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April/May 2021

Springtime in Arizona, April/May 2021 Editor's Letter

Established as a creative mecca more than 50 years ago, Rancho Linda Vista continues to inspire.

Wayne Helfand turns a love for the Earth’s gems and minerals into a must-see Valley destination at Rare Earth Gallery.

A simple design concept produces an extravagant masterpiece.

Container gardens provide mini-landscapes for patios large and small. These plants, recommended by Melinda Walton of Berridge Nurseries, flourish in pots with minimal maintenance.

We rounded up our 10 favorite local Instagram accounts where home gardeners of all abilities can find community, inspiration and encouragement.

A guide for what to plant based on your home’s elevation in Arizona this spring and summer.

For architects and developers in the Valley and beyond, John Penn is the go-to for 3D prototypes.

Japandi combines two simplistic design styles: Asian and Scandinavian. Here is a look at the trend, along with some decor picks.

A husband-and-wife design duo dream up an earthy getaway in North Scottsdale

A curated collection of modern, functional kids’ rooms by local interior designers.

Native plantings and thoughtfully curated plantings give this re-imagined landscape new life.

Old-World aesthetics bring new life to a 1970s Chandler home.

What to do, where to go, what to see and who to know from our sister publication, PHOENIX magazine.

A ’90s-style landscape takes on a contemporary vibe with splashes of color, distinctive plantings and an unusual water feature.

Troubleshoot challenges with a pro. This month: a socially distant garden sanctuary for mom; the perfect time to harvest artichokes; and a sooty canker conundrum.

Nestled into a Sonoran Desert landscape, a hillside property is a showcase for sustainability, diversity and visual delight.

A new home makes the most of its views of Camelback Mountain.

A fresh pick of our favorite new patio, pool and porch furnishings and accessories to help you kickstart spring and summer.

Landscape designer Greg Trutza shares his favorite seasonal desert flowers.

Two busy physicians made sure their Paradise Valley home fit their lifestyle—and showcased their art.

Tucson Marketplace April/May 2021 Special Advertising Section

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