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April/May 2024

The 2024 Garden Issue!

In this home’s meandering gardens, there is a surprise around every corner.

An updated Coronado Neighborhood home gets a garden to match.

Landscape designer Peggy De La Garza re-imagines a North Scottsdale landscape.

California transplants embrace the beauty of Arizona’s native flora.

While bringing it into the 21st century, a couple honors the history of a 1929 Willo home.

Panoramic views of Fountain Hills set the stage for a home’ innovative design.

In his bold, chaotic charcoal and mixed-media portraits, Joshua Hernandez explores the boundaries between realism and abstraction.

Scottsdale design showroom John Brooks Inc. debuts a new retail destination.

As it marks its 35th anniversary, Artlink is celebrating a renaissance, reaffirming its mission to cement the arts’ place in the Phoenix community.

After World War II, Valley churches went in a new architectural direction.

Your architecture, interior design, building and landscape questions answered by Valley pros.

What our editors are reading this month

Tucson Marketplace April/May 2024 Special Advertising Section

What to plan, prune and pluck in spring according to your elevation.

Dye your own beautiful fabrics with the help of colorful plants grown in your own garden.

The art and science of fabric dyeing, desert-style

Whether you are a hardcore bibliophile or simply enjoy the timeless pleasure of curling up with a good book, consider carving out a dedicated literary oasis in your home.

Nearly 30 years after the Royal Palms’ landscape transformation, the gardens are a testament to the hotel’s majestic history.

Dive into the warmer months with these cool poolscapes and outdoor accessories.

Dress up your dishes with the floral flavors of edible blooms.

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