Two lucky visitors to Southwest Gardening Blog have an awesome outdoor hat coming their way courtesy of our blog and Tula Hats. Our random winners will receive Tula’s ‘Laurel Lattice’,
Is there anything more frustrating to gardeners than weeds popping up overnight (night after night) in their beds and yards? In many areas of the Southwest, gardens look pristine, if
I enjoy spending time out in the garden, but the intense sun of the Southwest isn’t good for my fair skin, so wearing a hat is a must for me.
For healthy, happy, palms there are only three things you need to do. Just three simple things! Palm care tip 1: “Leaf” it alone! Prune no leaves (technically fronds) ever,
Gaillardia, or blanket flower, is an easy but bright flower to grow in Southwest gardens. The flower is native to areas of the Southwest, at least in open plains and