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Cool weather limiting your outdoor time. How about a new outdoor fire feature to warm up the family?!

Read on: http://www.sonorangardensinc.com/newsletters/2015/11-12.html
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IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY TO GET READY FOR FALL LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION AND UPKEEP!

Yes, we know it's still blazing hot out there, but before you know it Fall will be upon us. That means:

• New plantings: trees, flowers, gardens and more 
• Fertilizing 
• Potted plants for Fall 
• Irrigation adjustments and repair 
• Lighting adjustments 
• Possible additions like an outdoor fireplace, an outdoor kitchen, a beautiful new patio and ramada

Whatever you can dream, our Sonoran Gardens' Design, Construction and Maintenance Team is ready and able to make your dream a reality! We're just a phone call away at 520-579-9411.
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From design to construction, check out our latest project from a beautiful home in the Tucson Mountains. Whatever you desire we can make happen!

Contact us today! 
http://sonorangardensinc.com/landscape-services-tucson/
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July Landscaping Tips!

Our July landscaping tips are brought to you by the Arizona Landscape Contractors’ Association, Janet Waibel, and the Sustainable Landscape Management program.

Tree and shrub pruning is best done on a scheduled that suits the particular plant. Very little pruning should be done in the hottest month of the year such as July and August. Plants are already stressed in the heat and don’t need the extra stress of being pruned. Palms and native desert trees are the exception to this rule.

Plants that can be pruned in July and August include:

- Palms 
- Acacia 
- Ironwood 
- Mesquite 
- Palo Verde 

Plan accordingly to wait and prune these plants in the Fall months (September, October and November):

- Yucca stalks 
- Hesperaloe stalks
- Mexican Bird of Paradise 
- Red Bird of Paradise 

Are you interested in a new landscape for your home, or adding “phase 2 or 3” to your current landscape. At Sonoran Gardens we can do it all, from the landscape of your choice to outdoor kitchens, water features, real and synthetic grass and potted gardens!

Have a great summer and stay cool!

The Niccum Family
Sonoran Gardens

http://sonorangardensinc.com/july-landscaping-tips/
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Summer pots are blooming! Wouldn't these look great at your home?

At Sonoran Gardens we specialize in adding vibrant colors to homes and offices throughout Tucson. With winter flowers now dying off, now's the time to plant summer annuals such as Vinca, Pentas, Angelonia, Coleus, Zinnias, and Sweet Potato Vine.
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The Nacarati Residence Before and After 
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2015-06-24
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Gardening must read notes for June!
Do not expect new plant growth during June and early July, however properly watered and cared for plants can still be installed. Watch for signs of water stress and sunburn • Increase watering, but beware of hot hose water. In addition, discourage mid-day watering, it can shock the root system. • Stop mosquitoes before the summer rains by eliminating places where water may collect • Watch for pests like cactus longhorn beetles and agave snout weevils • Garden in the early morning or late evening to beat the heat.
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Are your outdoor living spaces in need of maintenance. At Sonoran Gardens our Custom Care staff does a lot more than anyone you've ever hired and we do it right! Call us for your estimate today at 579-9411.
Our maintenance packages include:
Plant Care: pruning, weed control, fertilization, lawn care
Irrigation: monitoring, adjustment, replacement/repair
Lighting: inspection, adjustment, evaluation, replacement/repair
General clean-up
Potted Garden Maintenance
Water and fire feature maintenance
Ongoing communication including a written report after each visit
Coordination with Design and Construction Services
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