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Plant More Shade Trees at an Unbeatable Value!

New year kickoff: in January and February 2016, cialis sale clinic Trees for Tucson is offering TEP customers cool shade delivered to your home at a special price of three trees for $15 – that’s $5 each, discount viagra delivery included! New participants welcome, and residents who received trees in the past are eligible to participate in the new year. Order trees today!

New participants welcome, and residents who received trees in the past are eligible to participate in the new year. Order trees today!

In Tucson, trees can be planted year-round including during winter months, as desert trees are frost-tolerant. Cool temperatures and moist soil from El Niño weather patterns make planting easier. Conditions are optimal for establishing new trees!

Trees for Tucson also offers a wide selection of native and desert-adapted trees including the popular Desert Willow, Mesquite, Palo Verde and Pistache, unique choices like Catclaw Acacia, Fan-Tex Ash, and Palo Brea, and evergreens such as Texas Ebony and Ironwood. Take a look at your choices!

Tucson Electric Power sponsors these trees to shade buildings and reduce summer cooling costs. To qualify for special shade tree pricing, you must be in the TEP service area and agree to plant the trees within 15 feet west, south or east of the home.

Order trees at or call (520) 837-6835 to receive a mailed or faxed form. Trees are delivered within a few weeks, and will be at least 3-5 feet tall. Tree planting and care instructions are provided at the time of delivery. Be sure to order trees soon! Special pricing ends February 28, 2016,

This is a great way to get low cost desert trees and have them delivered right to you. They have trees for common areas too. And, if you’re a Trico Electric customer, they have a program for you. Call us if you have any questions about the types of trees offered or the Trees for Tucson program. You can reach Sonoran Oasis Landscaping at (520) 370-5697. This article was provided by Trees for Tucson.







Do we need a birthday, wedding or anniversary to have chocolate cake? Not on January 27, because it’s National Chocolate Cake Day.

In America, chocolate was consumed primarily as a beverage until the 1830s or 40s. Chocolate cakes, as we think of them today, mostly did not exist then.  According to the Dover Post, chocolate cake was born in 1765 when a doctor and a chocolate maker teamed up in an old mill.  They ground up cocoa beans between huge millstones to make thick syrup.  The liquid was poured into molds shaped like cakes, which were meant to be transformed into a beverage.

A popular Philadelphia cookbook author, Eliza Leslie, published the earliest chocolate cake recipe in 1847 in The Lady’s Receipt Book.  Unlike chocolate cakes we know today, this recipe used chopped chocolate.  Other cooks of the time such as Sarah Tyson Rorer and Maria Parloa all made contributions to the development of the chocolate cake and were prolific authors of cookbooks.

Thanks to the National Day Calendar for this chocolaty information.

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