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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Introduction to gardening in the desert. First look at what I’ve done with a typical tract home back yard. Takes place July 2013 in San Tan Valley AZ. Desert… Video Rating: 4 / 5 This single story home with pool in Desert Ridge on a quarter acre is NOT LISTED ON MLS! Home located around 4800 E PATRICK LN Phoenix, AZ 85054 – CALL Sylve… Video Rating: 0 / 5

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  • Doug Tozier 5 years ago

    I tend to stay away from the typical desert plants… especially if thorns
    are involved! No septic in my yard, and just PVC sprinkler system for the
    grass. If it wasn’t for my wife I probably would be eliminating the grass!?

  • fifi corina 5 years ago

    You are one man to admire growing all those plants in the climate
    conditions over there!?

  • JoAnn Whitcomb 5 years ago

    We have a 16 year old Desert Willow that has invaded our septic 50 ft away.
    Their roots really travel far looking for water! Fair Warning ;)?

  • Brendan Findlay 5 years ago

    Just dont get involved in any agave…..a nightmare….?

  • Cindy Mulvey 5 years ago

    Good for you, Doug.Glad you thought of arose for Laura,?

  • Sylvester WOJO 5 years ago