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Attracting Wildlife You Want to Your Garden

One of the rewards of creating your garden is being able to sit back and enjoy the nature it attracts. There’s nothing like seeing butterflies float around your plants, bees grabbing pollen from flowers and birds filling up your space with song. In addition, when you bring these insects and birds into your space, you […]

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How Gardening Fits Into the Root-to-Stem Movement

Here’s one of those statistics that just leaves your mouth hanging open in disbelief: According to the Environmental Protection Agency, people in the United States generate an average of 4.4 pounds of trash per person per day. Now, on the plus side, about one and a half of those 4.4 pounds gets recycled or composted. […]

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Planting for Beauty All Season  

Welcome to spring! After the winter we’ve had (goodbye, record-breaking snowstorms) I hope you are all looking forward to beautiful blooms in garden beds and containers that will add so much to your backyards, patios or windowsills.  One of the tricks to having a garden that gives you pleasure all season long is knowing that […]

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Extending Your Garden’s Life Throughout the Fall

Even in Northern Arizona, where frosts come as late as mid-June and as early as September, gardening does not have to be a summer-only activity. There’s a lot of life left in your garden at this time of year and plenty to do, including enjoying what you’ve already planted, getting some new flowers and vegetables […]

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Make a Little Garden Out of Life

Every day, we are challenged with busy schedules, deadlines, never ending technology and social media avenues. We often rush through our daily routines and then think, “Where did the day go?” We go home to our family, friends, pets and neighbors. We spend quality time with them and then prepare for the next daily adventure. […]

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Viola’s Flower Garden Transplanting to Highway 89A

Regular commuters on Flagstaff’s east Route 66 may well miss seeing the vibrant colors of Viola’s Flower Garden. In June, Viola’s owners Robyn Walters and Art Escobedo were told the property had been sold and they needed to find a new location. Although this was not the first time the couple had to transplant their […]

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Children’s Garden Beginning to Blossom at Foxglenn Park

The development of a whimsical and meaningful Children’s Garden is taking shape and on schedule at Foxglenn Park in Flagstaff, the result of a successful capital campaign. Organizers say fundraising efforts will continue to complete the project by next summer.   Currently, phase one of the JLB (Jack’s Little Brother) Project is underway, which includes […]

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