It’s that time of year again! Oh wait it’s always that time of year here in the Tucson because 365 days a year we can grow!
There is always something to do in the garden. Either you are preparing and planting your next crop or you are simply admiring the beauty. Now that we are done throwing around the old pig skin we have work to do. This is the time to get your spring veggies in the ground and get your summer seeds sprouting. Keep in mind we are not done with our freezing temperatures but we can see the days getting longer and the desert creatures are starting to forage for their young.
At Southwest Garden Works we are observing that our bees are pulling wax and preparing for the spring rain fall, cialis generic telling us we shall have a productive season. Southwest Garden Works looks forward to every season change and is here to help reconnect you with your food source by transforming your yard into a successful efficient edible landscape. Either you have an existing garden or are looking to start growing the food you deserve we are here for you. As a new business we are excited to share our experiences with you so please check out our web site and blog. Our next posting on Southwest Garden Works blog will be a video blog about fermented composts and beneficial microorganisms.
I’d like to thank Reed Porter, buy viagra the owner of Southwest Garden Works, for today’s blog post. Southwest Garden Works provides installation and maintenance of residential vegetable gardens. If you’ve thought about adding a vegetable garden to your yard but don’t know where to start and don’t want to take care of it yourself but you want fresh vegetables you can pick yourself, talk to Reed about his services. Call him at (520) 419-2886 or visit his website at www.southwestgardenworks.com.