As it turns out, shockingly, not all the plants that you put next to each other in the garden are going to get along. In fact, some plants actually hinder their neighbors ability to thrive and stunt their growth. Here’s a list of buds that won’t work out for the best next to each other:
Here in Arizona, having trees in our yard is a great way to provide some natural, cost-effective shade. However, if you notice your tree isn’t as full as it used to be, there could potentially be indicators that your tree isn’t as healthy as it could be.
Here in Phoenix, we’re not exactly known for our rolling hills. But just like in the Midwest, homeowners still need to level their yards in the desert as well. Here’s what yard leveling and tails, and how much you can’t expect to pay for it.
Different plants require different attention – and this follows suit with herbs as well. Being in the desert, it is important to account for the heat when you decide to plant an herb garden, so we comprised a list of the 4 best growing herbs easy to grow in the Arizona heat!