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Summer Watering for Phoenix-Area Trees

July 27, 2018

We don’t have to tell you it’s hot in the summer around Phoenix. Plants often need more water during peak heat, and trees are no exception. But it’s not just about air temperature when it comes to tree health – our unique…

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How to Prevent Tree Damage During Phoenix Monsoon Season

June 5, 2018

The annual Phoenix monsoons can be exciting – and dangerous. Extending from mid-June through the end of September, monsoon season brings with it torrential rain, dust storms, violent thunderstorms, and high winds that put trees and property at risk. Monsoon damage to…

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Excellent Evergreen Trees for the Anthem Area

May 21, 2018

Shade is a top benefit of trees, but trees also can block wind or noise, offer privacy for homeowners and provide shelter and food for birds and other wildlife. Evergreen trees give you those benefits year-round. We usually picture evergreen trees on…

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6 Benefits of Trees in the Low Desert

April 16, 2018

Growing trees in the low desert can offer many benefits to the homeowners who plant them, as well as to their neighborhoods. Consider these six reasons to plant trees in your Phoenix yard: #1 – Shade for Your Home (And Community) Placing…

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The 5 Best Spring Flowering Trees for the Anthem Area

March 12, 2018

Spring is a wonderful time to be outdoors in the Anthem area, especially if you love the sight and scent of early blooms on spring-flowering trees. Here are the best spring bloomers for our area: Desert Willow The Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis)…

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Is Your Agave Dying? It Could be the Agave Snout Weevil

February 26, 2018

Agaves are striking accent plants in Phoenix-area gardens and a favorite in our hot, dry landscapes. A frequently-seen agave is the century plant (Agave americana). It’s a large and gorgeous agave with sharp spines along its blue-green leaves and puts up a…

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It’s Time to Fertilize Trees in the Phoenix Area

January 16, 2018

Here in the low desert of the Phoenix metro area, we should see our final winter frost in mid-February. That means it’s time to fertilize some of your trees just before or as the low desert spring emerges and trees begin to…

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Most New Trees Don’t Need Support: What’s at Stake

December 19, 2017

A new tree is an investment that needs proper care for it to thrive. And if you plant a tree for shade in the hot Arizona desert, you’re probably anxious for it to reach mature size. So it’s not surprising that people…

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How and When to Water Desert Trees in Winter

November 14, 2017

Typically, trees go into a period of hibernation during winter’s cooler, shorter days, conserving energy by dropping leaves and slowing growth. Still, most trees in our North Phoenix yards need occasional watering during the winter. Reasons to Water Trees in Winter Trees…

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Choose and Plant the Right Tree For Your Phoenix Area Home

October 24, 2017

Fall is a great time to plant trees and shrubs in the Phoenix area. Here’s what to consider to help you select the best tree for your location and then plant it correctly to give it the best chance of thriving in your landscape for a long time to come.

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