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Smoke Tree

Smoke Tree

Smoke Tree  Brief Description The Smoke Tree is one of the most unique plants you’ll ever have in your landscape. It received its name from its smoke-like airy seed clusters. The airy seed clusters turn Gold/Yellow or Pink/Purple depending on the variety. In addition,...

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Nandina

Nandina

Nandina Brief Description The Nandina is great because it is colorful and easy to maintain. They resemble bamboo because of their upright stalks. They have small flowers in summer and ornamental fruit (they look like small berries) in Fall. The Gulf Stream variety has...

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Dwarf Mugo Pine

Dwarf Mugo Pine

Dwarf Mugo Pine Brief Description Dwarf Mugo Pine is easy to recognize because it looks like a short, smooshed down pine tree. It might even make you ask “when is that pine tree going to grow?” It is an accent shrub and adds texture to the landscapes. It requires...

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Autumn Sage

Autumn Sage

Autumn Sage  Brief Description The Autumn Sage is a small shrub boasting flowers of multiple colors. It’s a great addition to any landscape because of its beautiful flowers and ease of care. It’s also been known to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The botanical...

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Red Yucca

Red Yucca

Red Yucca  Brief Description The Red Yucca is a staple in desert landscaping. Because it’s a yucca, it stands out in a sea of shrubs, it has beautiful red or yellow flowers and is very low maintenance.  Origin Texas & Mexico  Description  Common Name - Red Yucca ...

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Russian Sage

Russian Sage

Russian Sage  Brief Description The Russian Sage is a colorful shrub that fits perfectly in any landscape in greater Prescott. Its spike-like clusters have beautiful flowers near the top. They are very low maintenance and drought tolerant.  Origin Central Asian &...

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Euonymus

Euonymus

Euonymus Brief Description Euonymus are great landscape shrubs because they’re easy to care for, they add color, and they’re drought tolerant.  Some have rich colors and variegated foliage. They’re popular in Greater Prescott and are mostly seen in the form of a...

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Juniper

Juniper

Juniper  Brief Description The Juniper is an evergreen tree, shrub or groundcover with an astounding 60-70 species. From those species are hundreds of varieties. To put it plainly, there are so many types of them that there’s likely more to be discovered. They come in...

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Red Tip Photinia

Red Tip Photinia

Red Tip Photinia Brief Description The Red Tip Photinia is a great shrub for your landscape and is very recognizable by the red leaf's new growth. Once those leaves hit a certain age, they’ll turn green like the rest of the shrub. You must be very careful where you...

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Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Bush Information Brief Description The Butterfly Bush gets its name because its nectar-rich flowers attract butterflies & hummingbirds. The Hot Raspberry variety has deep Magenta flowers while the Buzz Midnight has deep purple flowers. The Butterfly...

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Smoke Tree

Smoke Tree

Smoke Tree  Brief Description The Smoke Tree is one of the most unique plants you’ll ever have in your landscape. It received its name from its smoke-like airy seed clusters. The airy seed clusters turn Gold/Yellow or Pink/Purple depending on the variety. In addition,...

read more
Nandina

Nandina

Nandina Brief Description The Nandina is great because it is colorful and easy to maintain. They resemble bamboo because of their upright stalks. They have small flowers in summer and ornamental fruit (they look like small berries) in Fall. The Gulf Stream variety has...

read more
Dwarf Mugo Pine

Dwarf Mugo Pine

Dwarf Mugo Pine Brief Description Dwarf Mugo Pine is easy to recognize because it looks like a short, smooshed down pine tree. It might even make you ask “when is that pine tree going to grow?” It is an accent shrub and adds texture to the landscapes. It requires...

read more
Autumn Sage

Autumn Sage

Autumn Sage  Brief Description The Autumn Sage is a small shrub boasting flowers of multiple colors. It’s a great addition to any landscape because of its beautiful flowers and ease of care. It’s also been known to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. The botanical...

read more
Red Yucca

Red Yucca

Red Yucca  Brief Description The Red Yucca is a staple in desert landscaping. Because it’s a yucca, it stands out in a sea of shrubs, it has beautiful red or yellow flowers and is very low maintenance.  Origin Texas & Mexico  Description  Common Name - Red Yucca ...

read more
Russian Sage

Russian Sage

Russian Sage  Brief Description The Russian Sage is a colorful shrub that fits perfectly in any landscape in greater Prescott. Its spike-like clusters have beautiful flowers near the top. They are very low maintenance and drought tolerant.  Origin Central Asian &...

read more
Euonymus

Euonymus

Euonymus Brief Description Euonymus are great landscape shrubs because they’re easy to care for, they add color, and they’re drought tolerant.  Some have rich colors and variegated foliage. They’re popular in Greater Prescott and are mostly seen in the form of a...

read more
Juniper

Juniper

Juniper  Brief Description The Juniper is an evergreen tree, shrub or groundcover with an astounding 60-70 species. From those species are hundreds of varieties. To put it plainly, there are so many types of them that there’s likely more to be discovered. They come in...

read more
Red Tip Photinia

Red Tip Photinia

Red Tip Photinia Brief Description The Red Tip Photinia is a great shrub for your landscape and is very recognizable by the red leaf's new growth. Once those leaves hit a certain age, they’ll turn green like the rest of the shrub. You must be very careful where you...

read more
Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Bush

Butterfly Bush Information Brief Description The Butterfly Bush gets its name because its nectar-rich flowers attract butterflies & hummingbirds. The Hot Raspberry variety has deep Magenta flowers while the Buzz Midnight has deep purple flowers. The Butterfly...

read more

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About Us

We are fully licensed and insured with the Registrar of Contractors ROC # 296972 and the Office of Pest Management OPM # 9492 so you can feel as confident in our training and knowledge as we do!