Tucson Landscape Resources

Here are some helpful resources for Tucson-area landscapers and gardeners. We’ve collected these from around the Web. If you have others that you find valuable, please leave a comment on this page to let us know.

The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension: Pima County – Garden and Landscape – Includes information on Home Gardening, the Master Gardener program, and links to a host of other relevant websites.

The Arizona Native Plant Society – A¬†statewide nonprofit organization devoted to Arizona’s native plants. Its mission is to promote knowledge, appreciation, conservation, and restoration of Arizona native plants and their habitats.

The Tucson Gardener – Eclectic source of all kinds of information about gardening in Tucson.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum РThe world-renowned zoo, natural history museum and botanical garden, all in one place. A living inspiration.

Tucson Botanical Gardens – Another great source of inspiration, and right in the middle of Tucson. Look for their periodic sales of native plants.

Remember, if you don’t see your favorite site here, be sure to post a comment.

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Anton Nemeth 12.19.13 at 2:52 am

I have known Lee Bowser for many years and have appreciated his plans and installations, of which I have seen many. His work is thorough, timely, and artistic. His respect for the needs of the client is exacting, and that respect includes a sensitivity to taste and design considerations which enhance the possibilities of a given site with remarkable and perceptive results. he accomplishes this with economy and efficiency that are admirable. He has my highest recommendation as a designer and installer.

Anton Z. Nemeth

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