Gardening in the Southwest

Gardening in the Southwest has so much to offer. But gardening in the Desert Southwest also has its challenges, which is why we put together this guide to help you create a beautiful, easy-to-maintain landscape. Enjoy the beautiful selections that draw birds and butterflies to your yard, and you'll appreciate the edibles you can grow, harvest, and eat in your southwestern garden.

Beloved, hardy, low-maintenance garden plants are the best friend-makers a...

Add low-maintenance beauty to your yard with these tough Southwestern plants.

With many parts of the country under drought restrictions, this flowery garden...

Pick these beautiful varieties if deer are a problem in your area.

Select these flowering shrubs for Southwestern yards and you're sure to be...

Get helpful tips and tricks from a professional landscape designer the desert.

Use these classic plants to bring welcome fragrance to your southwestern garden.

This Texas garden is made for relaxing with plenty of outdoor living options,...

Plant these desert-hardy trees and enjoy garden-fresh fruit in the Southwest.

Texas has eight different landscaping regions that range in temperature,...

What's the secret to growing beautiful, healthy roses? Picking the right...

With a little research and careful plant selection, you can make a success out...

Live in an arid region and yearn for a lovely landscape? Stick with desert...

Growing a lawn in the Desert Southwest can be a challenge. Here's a seasonal...

Creating desert landscapes in arid climates is a challenge only if you're...

Welcome desert birds to your garden with these colorful plants.

Monsoon rains have evaporated, followed by drier air and cooler nights....

Attract a variety of butterflies to your southwestern garden with these...

Use these woody plants to bring vibrant color to Southwest gardens.

When it comes to heat-tolerant plants, gardeners in the Southwest are experts....

Add a burst of fall color to southwestern gardens with these striking trees an...

Sharpen your spades and start preparing for a flurry of planting.

Welcome spring to your Southwest garden with these stunning early bloomers.

Enjoy the garden this month -- before summer heat arrives. Use our checklist t...

Grab a little time this month in the morning breeze to water, trim spent bloom...

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