Commercial Landscaping

Sonoran Oasis Landscaping is dedicated to providing professional services, sick certified teams and quality relationships to our commercial and homeowner’s association clients.

Home Owners Associations

Communities and HOA's

Commercial Property Landscaping

Sonoran Oasis Landscaping is dedicated to providing professional services, generic certified teams and quality relationships to our commercial and homeowner’s association clients. Caring for the landscapes in a desert environment requires:

  •  A thorough knowledge of xeriscape plants and trees
  • Quick response and resolution of irrigation problems
  • The removal of weeds before they become a problem
  • Understanding of how the weather in the desert affects landscapes

To help our clients with the challenges of landscaping in the desert, we provide:

  •  An on-staff certified arborist
  • Rainbird-certified irrigation technicians and on-staff certified water auditors
  • A certified chemical spray team
  • Employees who are University of Arizona Extension Center certified through Smartscapes for Landscape Professionals

This helps ensure that our clients receive the most inclusive landscape services available through one company. Our goal is to create attractive, water savings landscaped areas that can be enjoyed by the homeowners, visitors, and employees of your community or commercial property.

Commercial Landscaping

Landscaping for a commercial property or homeowners association also presents its own unique set of challenges. We maintain landscaped areas with a proactive approach so that they look good at all times. Open communication with your property manager, owner or landscape chair ensures that a landscape maintenance plan is tailored to your particular property.

Home Owners Association Landscaping

Home owners associations supply their own challenges to landscaping.  We pride ourselves on our communication and ability to work closely with the HOA’s committee to meet the needs of their planned community.  From regularly scheduled maintenance, such as weed removal and shrubbery trimming, to periodic maintenance such as tree trimming and replanting of vegetation, Sonoran Oasis Landscaping’s meticulous care of your neighborhood makes them the choice of dozens of HOA’s in Tucson.

Have you heard of the Asian Citrus Psyllid?

Arizona Citrus and the Asian Psyllid There’s a nasty little bug that has made it’s way into Arizona and is causing damage to our citrus trees. It’s the Asian Citrus Psyllid. The Psyllid it’self isn’t such a big deal. It’s what it causes that’s the real problem. It causes citrus greening. This insect is smaller than the tip of a ballpoint pen and has made it’s way across the US. It started out in Florida in 1998 and has come all the way across to California. You’ll find it feeding on leaves and branches of up to 56 types of host plants.  And, it’s such a problem because it make the fruit misshapen and bitter. So, it becomes useless.  Currently, there is no cure for citrus greening and once a tree in infected it typically dies within five years of becoming infected. Look for curling leaves and insect honeydew (a sweet sticky substance) from the psyllid. Check your citrus trees every month for signs of the psyllid. Here are some tips from the Arizona Dept. of Agriculture about protecting our state’s citrus trees. WHAT TO DO WHAT NOT TO DO Buy citrus locally Ship or carry uncertified* citrus fruit, leaves, or plants into Arizona Buy citrus plants from reputably nursery Purchase uncertified* citrus fruit, leaves or plants from another state or online Share citrus with friends, family and neighbors locally Bring citrus fruit, leaves or plants with you from other states or countries as you travel Fertilize trees and watch for signs and symptoms of psyllid infestation or citrus greening Graft citrus budwood or clippings from sources that aren’t free... read more

Mosquitoes and Your Landscaping

Monsoon rains and our warm desert heat equals a breeding ground for mosquitoes. So, how do you stay safe and help keep them away from your outdoor areas? Here are some tips to protect yourself, your family and your pets. Always protect yourself. The less skin that you’re showing the better off you are. Wear pants, socks and shoes, a long-sleeved shirt, hat and gloves. Use DEET-based bug repellant and spray it on your clothes. You can even buy clothes that have bug repellant embedded in them. If you want a natural repellant, you can use citric oil. This comes in wipes that can be applied to your skin. And, if you want to avoid bug spray altogether, you can wear a Bug Baffler shirt (shown below). Another important element in keeping mosquitoes out of your yard is prevention. This starts with removing any standing water.  Take a walk around your yard and see where there might be water sitting. Examples are: Dog water bowls Gutters Swamp coolers Wading pools Overwatered lawns For ponds and fountains, get a Bacillus thuringensis or BT doughnut. It helps keep mosquitoes away from water and doesn’t hurt birds or fish. Citronella candles and torches are a good way to keep mosquitoes away in the evening. And, there are all-natural granular repellants that can be sprinkled on your lawn and other ground areas to keep mosquitoes away. These are non-toxic and have a pleasant scent. Whatever method you use, remember to be consistent in using it. Stay safe and you’ll enjoy your outdoor areas much more this summer. Call Sonoran Oasis Landscaping at (520)... read more

July is Smart Irrigation Month. Remember to water wisely!

July is Smart Irrigation Month. It’s one of the hottest months of the year in Arizona. So, it’s a good time to remember these tips to help save water.  Thanks to the Irrigation Association for this short article. Water Wisely Today’s irrigation systems include sophisticated controllers that allow you to easily adjust watering schedules to fit different needs. Get in the zone. Schedule each individual zone in your irrigation system to account for type of sprinkler, sun or shade exposure, and soil in that section. Different zones will almost always need different watering schedules. Consider soil type. Type of soil determines how quickly water can be absorbed without runoff. Watering more than soil can absorb causes runoff and waste. Don’t send water down the drain. Set sprinklers to water plants, not your driveway, sidewalk, patio or buildings. Water only when needed. Saturate root zones and let the soil dry. Watering too much and too frequently results in shallow roots, weed growth, disease and fungus. Water at the best time. Watering during the heat of the day may cause losses of up to 30 percent due to evaporation. Prevent water loss by watering when the sun is low or down, winds are calm and temperatures are cool — typically between the evening and early morning. Water more often for shorter periods. For example, setting your system to run for three, 5-minute intervals lets soil absorb more water than watering for 15 minutes at one time, reducing runoff for sprinklers. Adapt watering to the season. Familiarize yourself with the settings on your irrigation controller and adjust the watering schedule regularly based on seasonal weather conditions. Or invest in... read more

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