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Queen Creek’s Veggie Gardening in the Desert

July 31, 2023

Join Master Gardener Cathy Rymer and discover the secrets to successfully plant, irrigate and grow vegetables in our desert environment! You will also learn to tell the good bugs from the bad and how to safely eliminate the ones we don’t want in our gardens. This FREE Water-Smart Workshop will be held on Saturday, Sept. 9, from 9 to 11 a.m. in …

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Conserving Water In Your Garden — 13 Essential Tips

June 4, 2019

A healthy, thriving garden needs water, there’s no way around that. However, many people waste huge amounts of water, and it’s possible to make a lot less of it go a lot further. Here are our top 13 essential tips for conserving water in your garden. Why bother saving water? Before we look at how to save water, let’s just …

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Fall Planting – Wildflowers and More!

October 22, 2014

Fall is a fantastic time to plant because soil temperatures are still warm, encouraging root growth and development while allowing plants to get better established before next summer’s heat sets in. Also, with cooler temperatures, plants need less water and it is a much more forgiving time of year to put new plants in the ground. It’s also the time …

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