(delivery & installation extra)
Fresh veggies are still available:
Onions, okra, Armenian burpless cucumbers & red chilis (call for availability).
In This Issue
Arizona grown & climate acclimated plants: 1gal.-24" box. Some hard-to-find varieties. Poinsettias-fundraiser prices available. Grass, vegetable & flower seeds. Wide variety of fertilizers & soil amendments such as Great Big Plants & 1st Step Soil Acidifier. FountainsHerbicides, fungicides & insecticides (organic & inorganic). Soil testing with a correct prescription ($49.50); horticultural consultation. Greenworld Mulch & B-2 soil mix, Lodgepoles
ROC: K21-140831 K03-248145
Design, install & maintenance, including irrigation. Landscape systems & tree trimming. Solara adjustable patio covers. Pavers, Water features Arid & Tropical. Plants, BBQ, Fireplaces, Hardscaping, Unique Plant Selection. Financing available Fully licensed & bonded
& Much More...Call 602-437-2233 or visit our website: http://www.gardenersedenaz/
AZ Home & Building Expo at Phoenix Convention Center Sept. 12-13
We will have FREE tickets!
No Classes in August Click on link for complete schedule.
Sept. 19 9am: Water Features & Aquatic Gardens
10am: Solving Phoenix Soil & Water Problems
Call 602-437-0700 to reserve your spot for the free classes & sign up for our email list. Held at 3401 E. Baseline Rd. Phoenix, AZ. Click on the address link to get directions.
Weekly Gardening & Green Tip:
Planting rows of tall shrubs or small trees can provide a wind break. Hot winds can be even more damaging to your landscape than the heat of summer alone. The effect is like that of a blow dryer on your plants. Most of the afternoon wind in the Phoenix area is from the west, so that would be a good place for a living wall. Note: Before attempting to diagnose or treat any problem, be sure to either bring in a sample of the plant (or email us a photo) or a soil sample for verification with our Garden Pros. Also, please remember that we can't see it over the phone!
Don't kill those weeds--eat 'em!! Several species of so-called weeds are actually edible. Examples include: purslane, dandelion, amaranth, storksbill, shepherd's purse & others. Make sure you haven't already sprayed them with weed killer & that they are thoroughly washed.
Feature Tree: Palo Blanco (Acacia willardiana)
A slender graceful upright deciduous/evergreen tree with sparse foliage up to 15 - 20' tall, 10 to 15' spread; peeling outer bark reveals the white inner bark; very small leaves at the end of elongated petioles. The common name translates into "White Stick", describing its unique peeling white bark. It is native to the rocky hillsides in Sonora Mexico. Its leaves are made up of a thin 4" midrib that divides to form two leaflets about 1 - 3" long. Each leaflet then bears ten tiny leaflets. The canopy is almost transparent providing only the very modest of shade. It has white to cream colored, catkin type flowers appearing in the spring. Slow growing & low water use. Available in 15G & 24" box.
Feature Plant: Monk's Pepper (Vitex rotundifolia)
Indigenous to Hawaii, it is a sprawling shrub 6 to 8' in diameter and 6" to 2' tall, but can reach 4' in height and 12' in width in protected areas. The round leaves are gray-green to silvery and 1 to 2" long. The foliage has a spicy fragrance. The 1" flowers are bluish purple and are produced in small clusters at the ends of the branches which become 1/4" round bluish black seeds. Drought & salt tolerant. Although it can be invasive if planted in coastal areas, here it becomes deciduous in the winter. Available in 1G.
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Feature Plant: Purple Heart (Setcreasea pallida)
A native of Mexico, it's named for the striking purple color of the plant in full sun or light shade. The lance shaped leaves will reach 7" long by 1" wide and are covered with pale hairs. The fleshy stems are first erect, later lying on the ground as a creeping herb, around 16" long. They make an attractive basket subject and can be used as a ground cover.Blooming in mid-summer to early fall, the 1/2" pale pink flowers bloom at the ends of major stems. Available in 1G.
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Phoenix, AZ 85042
602-437-0700 (Gardener's World)
602-437-2233 (Gardener's Eden Landscaping)
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Don't forget to use your Bonus Bucks in August!!
Don't know about Bonus Bucks? Bonus Dollars are distributed April 1st to May 31st and September 1st through October 31st. Earn Bonus Dollars totaling 10% of your total purchase (before tax). Example: A $100 purchase earns 10 Bonus Dollars.
Bonus Dollars are redeemable August 1st through August 31st and January 1st through 31st to be used for up to 50% of your purchases in August and January. Example: If you have 10 Bonus Dollars you may use all 10 Bonus Dollars on a purchase of $20 or more (before tax). Bonus Dollars are not valid with other discounts or coupons. Bonus Dollars are not valid on sale items, sod, or special orders. Sales Limited to Stock on Hand. Not redeemable for cash.
Greenworld Bulk Mulch Was $15.00/yd.
Now only $12.50/yd.
Just tell the salesperson you saw our ad on this blog!
Cannot be combined with other discounts.Limited to stock on hand.
Offer Expires: 8/31/09