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Although Tucson has warm weather most of the year, especially compared with cities in the Midwest or on the East Coast, there are still some landscape maintenance tasks you must perform each season if you want your lawn to stay bright green all year round....

If you want to add visual interest to your yard, create separate “zones” within your landscaped outdoor space, or provide more outdoor seating for friends and guests, you can have a custom-built seat wall installed. These features can serve both practical and aesthetic purposes in...

One of the perks to living in Tucson is the fantastic weather year-round. In other climates, homeowners only have a few short months (or even just a few weeks!) of warm weather to enjoy outdoor activities like grilling and dining. But here in Southern Arizona,...

Now that summer is here, it’s time to turn your attention to weed control. Though there were below-freezing temperatures in Tucson this winter, those days are firmly behind us now! Warmer temperatures and Monsoon rain bring weeds back to life here in the desert. Prevention...

Water is one of nature’s most precious resources, especially in a dry, desert environment like Tucson. Even native plant species need some water to grow and thrive amidst your landscaping. If you have had trouble with your plants, it could be related to watering. In...

As residents of Tucson know, it’s a dry heat here for most of the summer. However, the arrival of mid- to late-summer brings the notorious monsoon with heavy rains and high winds that can cause serious damage. Roadways flood, roofs leak, and without the right...

You don’t have to install expensive high-voltage landscape lighting systems in order to provide your property with safe, aesthetically pleasing illumination. Low voltage lighting solutions such as halogen lamps and LED bulbs ensure that you can keep your grounds lit up at night without incurring...

If you want to make a colorful addition to your garden this spring, planting annuals can provide a splash of vibrant flowering hues that can withstand high Tucson temperatures in the late spring and early summer. Annuals will last one growing season, and the varieties...