12 Feb 2019

Phoenix Home & Garden 2019 Garden Tour

We hope to see you on the Phoenix Home & Garden Tour in April.  2017 Masters of the Southwest Award winner, Chad Norris, will be showing off the jaw-dropping landscape of the Goldwater estate.  You can click this link to view a 3D Virtual Tour ahead of time.

April 6 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm – $50 per person – Click this link to purchase your ticket

Join Phoenix Home & Garden for its 21st annual Garden Tour, where guests have the exclusive opportunity to participate in this self guided tour of some of the Valley’s most luxurious residential gardens, outdoor living spaces and landscapes.

At each home during the Garden Tour, you will meet design landscape professionals, magazine editors and Master Gardeners while taking in the innovative design and unique plant combinations on display.

This event also serves as a fundraiser with a portion of ticket sales benefiting Desert Botanical Garden.

This is a RAIN or SHINE event.

A map listing the home addresses of the Garden Tour homes will be emailed to all ticket buyers one week prior to the event date.

05 Jan 2018

Eye on Design – The “IT” List

Check out the Luxe Magazine – Jan/Feb 2018 edition in the section “Eye on Design 2018” to read about our VP of Sales / Lead Design – Chad Norris. The magazine reads, “As part of our annual compendium on regional style, we’ve turned to the most trusted names in local design to discover tips, trends and ideas on what drives design aesthetics today.”

Chad Norris is featured on page 179 in “The IT List“, as one of the landscape experts sharing why gardens are a growing priority.  The article quotes Chad saying, “I’ve noticed a greater appreciation for the desert landscape, with homeowners asking for larger picture windows, telescoping doors and other elements that bring the outside in, making dramatic and colorful garden an even more important investment. Clients want to bring in a ton of color, texture, vibrant seasonal blooms, depth and visual interest without having to update flowers twice a year or hire a maintenance gardener.”

27 Oct 2017

Desert Foothills Landscape featured in two prominent home magazines

Desert Foothills Landscape is featured in Luxe Magazine Arizona in their October 2017 issue and Phoenix Home and Garden in both the October and November 2017 issues.

The Luxe article is titled “Special Blend” and can be seen here

The October Phoenix Home and Garden article is titled “Good for the Soul” can be read here. The November article is titled “Where the Heart Is” can be read here.

25 Oct 2017

Desert Foothills Landscape donates 2,000 plants worth $1M for Carefree Desert Gardens

One landscape designer and his wife and five co-designers along with up to 2,000 plants worth $1 million have made the Carefree Desert Gardens a reality.

The town will celebrate the efforts of landscaper Mark Wdowiak and his wife, Juanita, and their crew on Nov. 13.

A boojum tree and towering saguaros serve as a crowning achievement in the transformation of the town center that less than two decades ago was little more than a dirt parking lot.

Check out the full AZ Central Article here

06 Jun 2017

Winning out West

Author: Brooke N. Bates - Lawn & Landscape Magazine - May 2017 - "Winning out West"

Aaron Clark sustains a culture of teamwork that drives his people to succeed.

Providing phone and internet services isn’t that different from providing lawn care services. In fact, they’re “eerily similar,” says Aaron Clark, who has launched companies in both industries.

At the telecom company Clark started and ran for 11 years, technicians installed equipment for his patented technology, and then performed monthly maintenance. Now, Clark manages technicians who install landscapes and irrigation systems, and provide ongoing sprinkler service and lawn care maintenance.

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03 May 2017

Xeriscaping

How to Design & Maintain Low-To-No-Water Landscaping

Author: Lara Piu - ImagesAZ - November 2014

Coined in the 1980's, the term xeriscaping was created by Denver Water while developing its water conservation plan.  The utility company's design established the founding principles of xeriscaping: low-water-use plants, appropriate turf areas, efficient irrigation, soil improvements and appropriate maintenance and use of mulches.

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