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A chill is in the air, so the furnace or fireplace has been back to its warming work. This is a trying time of transition for many houseplants because the heated air causes the humidity in your home to drop.
After the summer storms and blazing sun made your landscaping flourish, it is time to transition to cooler months and winter dormancy. Will your yard be ready for the change of seasons? The landscape team at Prescott Landscape Professionals knows just what to do.
This is the season for trees with autumn colors … and not all trees are created equal. Increased garden success is had when plants are showing their colors.
Butterflies are some of the most beautiful and exotic creatures in the landscape. A butterfly garden offers two benefits: it’s an easy way to see more butterflies, and it’s also a way to help them since many local habitats have been lost to human activities like building homes and roads. It is easy to increase the number and variety of the winged beauties in your yard. Simply grow the plants they like to feed on!
Tips for Vibrant Blooms that Attract Winged Visitors and Keep the Garden Bright All Season Long by Lisa Watters-Lain, Arizona's Garden Gal The brightest flowers of the summer season wait until temperatures rise above 90 degrees to “do their thing.” Like sunbathers on...
Our Yards: the Newest Component of Modern Life to Go Smart By Matt Keppel April is the perfect time to begin tackling those landscape projects that will yield finished outdoor spaces with plenty of time to enjoy them. We are so lucky here to have the kind of climate...