When talking to your landscaper about keeping your lawn green all year long they will probably suggest planting two types of grass: Bermuda and Rye. If you are not familiar with the Arizona climate you may wonder why you have to think about two different types of grass. It is because of the climate and lack of water; we need …
For many homeowners here in the Valley, winter months are great for outdoor activities such as barbecuing, having company, and playing sports. It’s also a time for holidays, families and often, stress. One thing that is sometimes a concern is how to transition the yard healthfully through these winter months. Winter landscaping in Arizona is important because many of the plants that grow in our landscape need special attention during these colder months.
For those of you that are unfamiliar with the term, Xeriscape means to landscape in a way that removes or reduces your need for irrigation. In Arizona it is a very popular landscaping method and can be seen all over the state.
This blog post is the second of a 2-part series that will describe the smartest way to hire a Tempe landscaper.
This blog post is the first of a 2-part series that will describe the smartest way to hire a Tempe landscaper.
Tempe landscaping company, Corona Landscape, is a family-owned and operated full-service landscape maintenance company that provides landscaping in Gilbert, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Ahwatukee and Ocotillo and is now offering a number of additional Spring landscaping services.
The Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, AZ will be hosting a spring plant sale on March 19, 2011. Read more about Chandler landscaping ideas on our blog.
Corona Landscape is a family-owned and operated full-service Ahwatukee landscaper. Read more about our landscaping services on our blog.
Are you considering hiring a Phoenix landscaper? Read more about how they can help you save on our blog.
Read what our clients think of our family-owned and operated full-service Phoenix landscaping company on our blog.
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