Gardening in Arizona

Arizona Garden in February

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Arizona Garden in February “The February sunshine steeps your boughs and tints the buds and swells the leaves within.” — William C. Bryant Another name for your Arizona garden in February is “PLANT YOUR TOMATOES AND PEPPERS NOW!” month. Our upcoming summer heat shortens the growing season for these garden favorites. Planting as early as […]

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Types of Citrus Trees – Varieties of Citrus

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The orange is one of the most popular fruits in the world. Learn more about types of citrus trees including oranges, grapefruits, lemons, and more. Some are sweet, some are sour, and others add a unique flavor not found anywhere else. One of the three original Washington navel oranges planted in 1873 is still producing […]

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How to Grow Peppers – Growing Peppers

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Ever tried a fully-ripened, garden-grown pepper? If you think you don’t like peppers, tasting one just might change your mind. Peppers come in all sizes, shapes, and colors, and range from sweet to fiery hot. Learn how to grow peppers, and plant a few varieties to spice up your garden. 7 Tips for How to […]

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Arizona Garden in January

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Arizona Garden in January “Anyone who thinks gardening begins in the spring and ends in the fall is missing the best part of the whole year. For gardening begins in January with the dream.” – Josephine Nuese January is often the coldest time of the year in the Arizona garden. Although it’s colder, it doesn’t […]

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