Full Sun Succulents and Cactus

Full Sun Succulents & Cactus

If you live in a hot and sunny region of the world, like Arizona, your plants need to choose the right plants.  Full sun succulents and cactus are drought tolerant plants that can handle more hours of sunlight per day, higher heat, and tolerate drought conditions. Top 7 Full Sun Succulents & Cactus Selecting the…

Lawn Mower Troubleshooting

Lawn Mower Troubleshooting

If you’re lawn mower starts then dies, or if your lawn mower won’t start then this lawn mower troubleshooting guide is for you.  It will help you solve some of the most common problems that DIY’ers can typically handle.  Keep in mind that it is important to follow the owner’s manual for your brand of lawn…

How To Grow Cilantro In Arizona

How To Grow Cilantro In Arizona

To grow Cilantro in Arizona you’ll need to plant the seeds in September and continue to plant seeds once or twice per month until April. Fresh cilantro or coriander is best fresh, and you can’t get fresher than your own herb garden. It’s easy to plant, grow, and harvest cilantro anywhere in Arizona. We will…

Gardening How To Start

Gardening: How To Start

The first step to start gardening is to choose the type of garden you want: flowers, herbs, or vegetables. Then choose a location in your yard. How To Start Gardening Landscapes are pretty plain without some color and growing your own herbs and veggies provides the freshest produce for your family. It takes a little…

Are Palms Tree Native To AZ?

Are Palms Tree Native To AZ?

A lot of the residents in Arizona are wondering “Are Palm Trees Native To AZ?” Although there are thousands of palm trees to be seen around the Valley, most of those are not native of Arizona. The majority of palm trees are actually native of tropical climates, such as Florida, Southern California, South Carolina, and…

How Fast Do Palm Trees Grow?

How Fast Do Palm Trees Grow?

There’s a lot of residents in Phoenix Valley interested in knowing just how quickly palm trees grow in Arizona. The first factor in calculating the rate at which your palm tree will grow depends on the specific species of your palm tree. While several different palm trees can grow as much as 2 to 3-feet…