Tag Archives: Plants

Planting Through the Low Desert Seasons

By Cricket Aldridge, Urban Farm Lifestyle Editor   One of the coolest things about gardening in the Sonoran Desert is that we can grow every month of the year, with the hardest time to grow being July through September, although … Continue reading

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Spring Plants your Pet Should be Avoiding

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern As they say, “April showers bring May flowers,” but are they flowers you really want around? Spring is a beautiful time of year. The weather is warm, there is always a nice breeze, … Continue reading

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Fatal Flowers

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern “Those flowers you brought home are so beautiful!” Your cat thinks as you walk through the door with a large bouquet. “I can’t wait to taste them tonight when you go to bed!” … Continue reading

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Go Nuts in AZ

By Kat Brown, ASU Nutrition student Nuts have been long touted for their super-food benefits. Whether you are grabbing them on the go or adding them to your meal, nuts provide energy and essential nutrients. Even better, many of them … Continue reading

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