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Spring is upon us!

It’s time for lots of color with Spring Pots & Gardens.

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We are the pot experts! Let our Contained Gardener team show you how pots can light up your living areas inside & out! A few thoughts…

  • Sonoran Gardens and The Contained GardenerYes, you can have color in the warm Arizona climate and our potted garden staff is Tucson’s most highly trained in bringing you the best options for your home.
  • Summer annuals can begin being planted in mid-April and they should last until mid-October
  • Flower choice include Zinnia, Penta, Angelonia and Vinca
  • The Sonoran Gardens Contained Gardner irrigation team can set-up your irrigation system for pots, and your entire landscape if needed.

Irrigation

Make sure your irrigation controller is adjusted for spring. Your plants will need more water with the higher temperatures and low humidity.

Tips for keeping your plants healthy in the warmer weather:

  1. Inspect your irrigation system for leaks, breaks, and clogs. You will be running your system more frequently and any leaks or breaks will end up wasting a lot of money. In addition leaks and breaks can create unsightly wet spots and mud puddles in your area. Clogs in your system during the hottest time of year will restrict water to your plants and can result in stressed and dying plants.
  2. Listen to your plants – they will show you if they need water. Look for leaves that are turning a lighter shade of green or yellow, dull wilted, drooping, or curling leaves, stems or branches dying back. Be cautious of heat wilt. At the hottest part of the day many plants will experience heat wilt. Their leaves show signs of wilt because they are tired from reflecting the sun all day. These plants are not dying or under-watered; once the day begins to cool they will perk back up. Think about how you feel after a day in the sun – it can be exhausting! Use your finger to test the soil around the plant; if it is moist your plant is probably experiencing heat wilt.
  3. Program your controller for the season. Most landscapes will require time and/or days added to the irrigation schedule for the summer months. Knowing how much water your plants require and how much water your system puts out is integral to programming your control. You can visit Arizona's, Water Use It Wisely website for some great basic tips to determine how much water you need. In addition, reference your irrigation controller's user manual they typically provide information on appropriate programming.

If you need assistance programming your system, or are experiencing any issues, Sonoran Gardens can help you out with that. Call today – 520-579-9411. Or contact us.

Sonoran Gardens Landscape Design & Construction is a complete landscape design, landscape construction, custom care landscape maintenance, irrigation and lighting repair firm serving Tucson, Oro Valley, Catalina Foothills, SaddleBrooke, Tanque Verde, Marana, Vail, Sahuarita, Green Valley, and Southern Arizona.

4261 West Jeremy Lot #2, Tucson, AZ 85741   |   Tel: 520.579.9411   |   E-mail: chris@sonorangardensinc.com
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