How to Grow An Avocado Tree in the Desert || Weed 'Em and Reap

How To Grow An Avocado Tree In The Desert!

The Aravaipa Avocado can withstand temps as high as 120 degrees and as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit. Is a type "A" avocado, also needs a type "B" like a Winter Mexican avocado

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

13 Flowers for the Southwest Desert

All plants need water to survive. However, like plants that require more water, there are plants that grow in a lack of water. Check them out.

24 Best Drought Tolerant Plants That Grow In Lack Of Water

24 Best Drought Tolerant Plants That Grow In Lack Of Water. Looking for plants that don't need a lot of water? Want to be water efficient? Check out these beautiful plants that don't need a lot of water, plants that survive with little water.

How to use an olla to water your garden A blog by Sunset

How to use an olla to water your garden

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Vegetables That Grow Well in Arizona Gardens

An Arizona planting guide.  Things are different in the dessert -- print out what to plant when!

Arizona Planting Guide

Growing Vegetables in Drought, Desert & Dry Times: The Complete Guide to Organic Gardening without Wasting Water

5 Cost-Effective Organic Gardening Tricks for a Rewarding Harvest

latest book, Growing Vegetables in Drought, Desert & Dry Times, is the definitive guide to growing healthy organic vegetables without wasting our precious water resources. Read more about this book and enter to win one of five copies, courtesy of

I love the practical tips in this desert gardening post. We don't technically live in the desert, but I'm going to apply these ideas to our own unique climate too.

6 Tips for Desert Gardening

I love the practical tips in this desert gardening post. We dont technically live in the desert, but Im going to apply these ideas to our own unique climate too.

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Texas Sage (Leucophyllum frutescens) and all other Leucophyllum species have tiny hairs on their flowers, stems and their leaves, which help to deflect the sun's rays.& It is these tiny hairs that give the leaves a gray-green color.

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