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Hydrate Surprise – Hydrate With Greywater

Watershed Management Group wants to hydrate your neighborhood with our virtual landscape learning series! “Hydrate” is WMG’s free, 5-part, water harvesting project series offered throughout the Valley. Join us for Hydrate Surprise: Hydrate With Greywater! Learn how to harvest greywater to complete your backyard oasis. Attend the full series to… Read More

Hydrate Surprise – Hydrate Your Soils

Watershed Management Group wants to hydrate your neighborhood with our virtual landscape learning series! “Hydrate” is WMG’s free, 5-part, water harvesting project series offered throughout the Valley. Join us for Hydrate Surprise: Hydrate Your Soils! Learn how to turn waste into resources and build healthy soils. Attend the full series… Read More

Hydrate Surprise – Hydrate Your Food

Watershed Management Group wants to hydrate your neighborhood with our virtual landscape learning series! “Hydrate” is WMG’s free, 5-part, water harvesting project series offered throughout the Valley. Join us for Hydrate Surprise: Hydrate Your Food! Learn how to use rain tanks to support your vegetable garden. Attend the full series… Read More

Hydrate Surprise – Hydrate Your Plants

Watershed Management Group wants to hydrate your neighborhood with our virtual landscape learning series! “Hydrate” is WMG’s free, 5-part, water harvesting project series offered throughout the Valley. Join us for Hydrate Surprise: Hydrate Your Plants! Learn how to create a beautiful landscape with native plants and trees. Attend the full… Read More

Hydrate Surprise – Hydrate Your Yard

Watershed Management Group wants to hydrate your neighborhood with our virtual landscape learning series! “Hydrate” is WMG’s free, 5-part, water harvesting project series offered throughout the Valley. Join us for Hydrate Surprise: Hydrate Your Yard! Learn how to harvest the rain with only a shovel. Attend the full series to… Read More

PLANT OF THE MONTH: TEXAS EBONY

Texas Ebony is native to the lowland regions of the Gulf of Mexico from southern Texas to northeastern Mexico. The highly ornamental, glossy, dark green foliage is its most striking feature. This popular small to medium tree has flexible, zigzagged branches, and fragrant catkin-like spring flowers. The dense canopy is… Read More

5 Ways to Help Your Garden Weather a Southwest Summer

Summer is here. Residents of the Southwest are no strangers to the heat, which not only affects our comfort but can be difficult for the plants in your garden. Thankfully, there are several things you can do to help your garden weather the heat of a Southwest summer. Southwest Gardening’s… Read More

Spruce Up Your Sprinkler System

Spruce Up Your Sprinkler System and Save! Spring has arrived! The onset of warmer weather can lead to an increase in landscape irrigation. Before you ramp up your watering, be sure to spruce up your irrigation system. System maintenance can help save you a lot of money and water! Cracks… Read More

Plant of the Month: Coral Fountain

When you ask most people what they want in their garden, their most common answer is, “color”. One of the best plants that I like to recommend for warm-season color is the coral fountain. Also known as the firecracker plant (Russelia equisetiformis). It has beautiful, cascading foliage that resembles the… Read More

Water – Plant It Wisely: The Ultimate Spring Planting Resource

This spring, learn how beautiful water conservation can be. Spring is in the air; in the sweetness of the citrus buds, in the warmth against your skin, in the vibrant colors of blooming shrubs. Time to put your garden gloves and shovel to work and get your landscaping on par… Read More

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