Ocotillo fencing is a popular design element here in the arid southwest, where its rustic appearance accentuates our very unique sense of space and style. If you’ve been wanting to try ocotillo fencing in your own garden but have questions about how it works, this blog post is for you! Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions about ocotillo fencing.
January is a busy month for gardeners as we continue to water carefully with one eye on the thermometer while preparing our gardeners for a brand new year! Here is Civano Nursery’s list of garden chores to take care of this month…
Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Here’s Civano Nursery’s collection of November garden tasks to take care of before you’ve finished the last of those turkey leftovers.
We’ve gotten a lot of requests for a list of garden chores to do each month, so your wish is our command! Here’s Civano Nursery’s collection of October chores to keep your garden happy, healthy, and beautiful.
Aloe is one of my favorite plants to have growing in the garden. In addition to its many practical uses around the house, it’s an absolute champion in our climate. Deer and rabbits tend to leave it alone, while hummingbirds go crazy for the tall spikes of orange or yellow flowers that often bloom very early in the year. While this plant does enjoy a fairly pest- and disease-free existence, there’s one common critter in Southern Arizona that can cause lots of damage to susceptible aloe species, and it’s a particularly difficult critter to treat!