Celebrating 10 Years in Business!

Celebrating 10 Years in Business
Sonoran Oasis Landscaping is now 10 years old.
It’s been a long road to get here but we made it. Ten years ago in March 2005 I started Sonoran Oasis Landscaping with the intention of providing all the services of a large landscape company with the personal attention of a small company.This has proved to be a good strategy.

We want to thank our clients, cialis generic cialis employees and friends. Without all of you, buy cialis cialis we would not be here today. I’ve learned a lot and we’ve grown as a company and we continue to learn and grow.

Here are some photos from our company picnic celebration. It was great to spend time with the families of our team members. And, everyone had a fun afternoon.

As a business owner, I look forward to the continued evolution and proficiency of our employees and company.

It’s an exciting time for us and I’m grateful for the friendships and relationships I have been privileged to make over the years.

Deborah Munoz-Chacon
Owner

May Blooming Shrub

If you look around Tucson, you’ll notice gorgeous yellow flowers on large shrubs. These are Yellow Bells (Tecoma stans). They grow very well in our desert environment and can handle our heat. You have to be careful though because they can freeze at 25 degrees or lower.

They grow to 6′ x 6′ and are used as a large shrub to add color. Yellow Bells do require some irrigation but not as much as some other desert plants. From the shape of the flowers it’s easy to tell that they attract hummingbirds when blooming.

This can make an attractive addition to your yard. Check it out at your neighborhood nursery.

 

We’ve had beautiful weather in Tucson this May. But, our temperatures are set to start climing. Here are some tips to keep your furry friend cool.

May Blooming Shrub

If you look around Tucson, you’ll notice gorgeous yellow flowers on large shrubs. These are Yellow Bells (Tecoma stans). They grow very well in our desert environment and can handle our heat.  You have to be careful though because they can freeze at 25 degrees or lower.

They grow to 6′ x 6′ and are used as a large shrub to add color. Yellow Bells do require some irrigation but not as much as some other desert plants. From the shape of the flowers it’s easy to tell that they attract hummingbirds when blooming.

This can make an attractive addition to your yard. Check it out at your neighborhood nursery.

 

Copyright © May 2015 Sonoran Oasis Landscaping, All rights reserved.

Our mailing address is:
P.O. Box 30937
Tucson, AZ 85751
(520) 370-5697

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