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What to plant, prune and pluck in late summer,

These desert-adapted agave species are a living work of

A few simple ingredients can help your garden weather

Your guide to gardening and landscaping in the Southwest.

Whether you are looking for a splash of color to brighten a space or want to rearrange a room to make it feel new, Ronda Lish, president and lead designer at D & R Design in Chandler, is sharing the top summer trends to make the most of the season in your home.

SW Style

What to plant, prune and pluck in late summer, according to your elevation.

New book releases to add to your nightstand.

Soap is more than just good clean fun for a Phoenix artisan.

Phoenix Home & Garden Masters of the Southwest present their promising young visionaries.

Editor's letter for the 2022 August/September issue featuring Kitchens & baths.

Sonoran Scout

Plan your weekend with our curated list of top events around the Valley.

The healing plants of the Sonoran Desert. Restorva, which launched last year with its Luminous Botanical Moisturizer, uses creosote bush (also known as chaparral), prickly pear extract and aloe to create a product that is hydrating, soothing and offers anti-aging benefits

Scottsdale’s Pride Park is abuzz with new amenities and plants that are attracting people and pollinators alike

This month, Shawn Silberblatt and Chad Campbell will open Dialog, which was designed by Phoenix Home & Garden Masters of the Southwest award-winning architect Wendell Burnette.

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