Actually, this bug issue is similar to most other country’s bugs (e.g. Canada’s Beaver Fever bug, Mexico’s ‘don’t drink the water’ type bug) because it’s a bug indigenous to Arizona.
Make your landscape by growing a garden that incorporates all seasons. Select a wide variety of plants, autumn, springtime and winter. You can use trees with cool foliage or evergreens to keep your yard looking nice all year long.
Gardener – If your home inside is looking the part, but its outdoor area leaves a lot to be desired, why not call a local gardening service to draw up improvement plans and give it a makeover?
Instead of throwing seeds in the ground, start off easy buying plants that are already started. They have been started at the right time of year by experts, and are much easier to grow. It’s never a good idea to plant seeds directly in the ground unless the instructions on the back of the seed specifically say to do this. After several years of tending to a garden, we now start a few plants of our own inside first, then replant them outside when it gets warm enough. In colder climates this is the only way to grow most items.
The first of these vacation safety tips is for you to be aware of where you go when you’re vacationing in Phoenix. Phoenix is a big place and like most big cities it has areas of the city that are not too upscale.
Use a variety of plants, flowers and trees to add color and beauty to your landscape. Select shrubs that flower, or have additional coloring besides green. For more satisfying trees, look for a species that flowers dramatically.
Always choose native plants to include in your landscape if possible. This will make the landscape easier to maintain while allowing it to be different than other people’s landscapes. Plants that are naturally comfortable in your region will certainly require less attention than those that are not. Native plants will also need less attention.