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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote Best offers for your garden – http://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/1Wy5buU ————— Plants & Flowers That Grow Well in Phoenix, AZ. Phoenix, Arizona is set in the upland Sonoran desert, an ecosystem described as “lush,” “hot,” and “varied” by the Sonoran Desert Naturalist website. Far from being a stereotypical desert devoid of plant life, the Sonoran desert is home to a wide variety of indigenous plants and flowers. The region… Table of contents Plants & Flowers That Grow Well in Phoenix, AZ Flowers 00:48 Citrus Trees 01:48 Shrubbery 02:37 Succulents 03:08 Music by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/ Video Rating: / 5 This footage is from a while ago when I visited a friend in Phoenix, Arizona and did a tour of her houseplants! Phoenix typically has a dry climate, so all of the plants of this video do well in those conditions. Keep an eye out for a video next week showing some cool houseplant shops in Phoenix! Instagram: @pdxplantythings Facebook page: PDX Planty Things E-mail: pdxplantythings@gmail.com Patreon: PDX Planty Things **THANK YOU for watching my video! I live in Portland, OR and love houseplants. I create a variety of houseplant related videos such as repotting, care tips, and I am planning on making more videos talking about the Portland houseplant community and showing local plant shops. **Please SUBSCRIBE if you don’t already do so- I am doing a giveaway at 1,000 subscribers! **Check out my PLAYLISTS to watch video categories like “how to” and “repotting”. #phoenix #arizona #houseplanttour

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  • marty prez 1 month ago

    What is the name of the sensitive plant? The one you touch and it closes up? I grew up with them and we had large ones in our yard, I never knew the name of it

  • Yuezhong Zheng 1 month ago

    Could you list some of the plants you mentioned that are easy to take care of in you comment section? Thank you!

  • CrystalRenèe 420 1 month ago

    So cool you was in my city, the best part about living here my plants seem to grow year round.

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