Posted on October 31, 2013 by The Garden Guy /
With the cool weather this season approaching Dave the Garden Guy has some tips to follow to transition which will cover water, white washing your trees, no trimming of plants, and mulching which is key. Sunburn damage on plants occurs more in the winter than during the summer. To avoid sunburn damage, paint exposed parts of thin-skin tree trunks with a white latex paint. This is especially important for trees … Read More →
Posted on October 25, 2013 by The Garden Guy /
Garden Guy Dave Owens runs down everything you need to know about pruning trees and keeping them healthy.
Posted on October 17, 2013 by The Garden Guy /
With the summer behind us it is time to look at different types of flowers to plant around your house. Cool weather flowers are a variety of flowers that will bring lots of color to your home and some can last all the way up to spring time. They are very easy to maintain and hardly require any additional care except for potential frost damage so as the temperatures start … Read More →
Posted on October 3, 2013 by The Garden Guy /
Fall has just started and there’s barely a chill in the air, but now is the time to start planting veggies for your spring harvest.
Posted on October 2, 2013 by The Garden Guy /
Living in the desert southwest we are blessed to have the ideal climate for citrus trees. Citrus trees, due to their non-deciduous nature, are able to thrive in our mild winter and spring months, and then slow their growth in the colder and hotter months. Due to their ability to slow their growth, versus going dormant, citrus trees maintain their leaves and beauty all year long. They do not, however, … Read More →