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Desert gardening

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Desert gardening. Get inspired and try out new things.
House of Desert Gardens | Paradise Valley, USA | Colwell Shelor Landscape Architecture #desert #garden

House of Desert Gardens demonstrates landscape architecture`s extraordinary power to go beyond the pictorial - to unite the ecological, sensory, & spatial characteristics

41 gorgeous garden paths | Inviting entrance | Sunset.com  This is a favorite idea for us.

Dozens of inspiring ideas and designs to show you how to make a gorgeous garden path with flagstone, gravel, grass, concrete pavers, and more.

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

I have had a hard time wrapping my head around the whole planting season here in Phoenix, which is mildly problematic because I have really been bitten by the garden bug. We’re preparing our soil for the new year planting (see, it’s confusing here, no?) and at FHE tonight we planted our seeds in cupsContinue Reading

RAMBLINGS FROM A DESERT GARDEN....: Small Space Garden: Hummingbird Paradise

This special garden is a wonderful example of how a garden limited on space can be used to create a lovely hummingbird paradise.

Living in desert regions is quite challenging given its extreme climates and aridity. Here are some desert backyard ideas on a budget which we know, you can pull off.

Living in desert regions is quite challenging given its extreme climates and aridity. Here are some desert backyard ideas on a budget which we know, you can pull off.

Non-native plants; not Martino’s favorites. But in a Scottsdale garden on a steep hillside, the transplants are happy planted among “the ten million rocks we found on the site, including hundreds of house-size boulders,” he says. #gardenista

Non-native plants; not Martino’s favorites. But in a Scottsdale garden on a steep hillside, the transplants are happy planted among “the ten million rocks we found on the site, including hundreds of house-size boulders,” he says. #gardenista