We want to help you select local plants that thrive in our natural habitat but are also both beautiful and economical. This will result in plants that are easier to care for and better support our local ecosystem. Our Grow Native initiative is here to help show you the way!
News and Blog Posts
- ASK CARIANNE – Mistletoe management in desert trees is controversial for homeowners.I work with HOAs and residential clients regularly, and this is one of the most common questions I get! My clients are often shocked when my advice is that they should consider doing nothing! Let me explain…
- ASK CARIANNE -Native penstemons re-seed themselves in landscapes, can I control where they grow?I heard that our native penstemons re-seed themselves in landscapes, but I want to have a little more control over where they grow. What should I do?
- Plant Profile: Desert IronwoodDesert ironwoods are thorny, long lived, slow-growing native trees that nurture a wide range of plants and animals in the Sonoran Desert.
- Summer Happenings Newsletter is now OnlineChapter and statewide news for all members.
- Plant Profile: Sacred DaturaSacred datura is a beautiful but deadly plant. All parts of the plant, especially the seeds, are poisonous.