The number of the month is 100! Things really start changing in the gardens of Tucson once our temperatures permanently drop below this number, which should be happening soon. Get ready to let the dirt fly with Civano Nursery’s guide to September gardening in the low desert!
August is often a wet month in Southern Arizona, but don’t pack away your garden hose just yet. It’s time to get our hot and sunny gardens ready for the upcoming fall frenzy!
Things will be heating up soon enough, so enjoy the cool mornings and breezy evenings while they last! There’s no shortage of things to do in the garden this month, but don’t let it overwhelm you. Many of this month’s chores revolve around completing winter clean-up and preparing for the summer. Some plants need a dose of fertilizer to keep them growing strong, insect populations need to be monitored, and watering schedules should be evaluated to make sure your plants are getting enough water as the temperatures continue to rise.
January is a busy month for gardeners as we continue to water carefully with one eye on the thermometer while preparing our gardeners for a brand new year! Here is Civano Nursery’s list of garden chores to take care of this month…
Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Here’s Civano Nursery’s collection of November garden tasks to take care of before you’ve finished the last of those turkey leftovers.
We’ve gotten a lot of requests for a list of garden chores to do each month, so your wish is our command! Here’s Civano Nursery’s collection of October chores to keep your garden happy, healthy, and beautiful.
Have you ever seen strange white or brown lines on a leaf and wondered what caused these odd patterns? As our nighttime temperatures continue to warm up, you may begin to see them more frequently.