Extended coverage on Scottsdale's Canal Convergence, Tucson Museum of Art and award-winning architecture firm Studio Ma.
A look back at Phoenix Home & Garden’s illustrious legacy of celebrating the singular Southwestern lifestyle.
In addition to an extensive palette of plants, Dig It Gardens lovingly cultivates a community.
November 2020 garden solutions.
November garden checklist of what to plant in all elevations.
Tips from the pros that can turn your garden into a climate-friendly setting.
From ornamental gates to fantastical creatures, Ryan McCallister is shaping the future of Welding.
Elevate your Thanksgiving meal with stuffing that celebrates Arizona flavors.
Alfresco artforms add a personal touch to your exteriors.
Glorious Gardens, November 2020 Editor's Letter
A soothing Paradise Valley sanctuary showcases sleek lines, subdued shades and iconic Arizona views.
An overgrown garden is transformed into a lush landscape that celebrates its Sonoran setting.
A modern ranch dwelling with a unique subterranean living space blends into its charming suburban setting.
An Arcadia couple eschew traditional desert landscaping for a verdant garden that recalls a subtropical climate.
The ultimate guide to professional architects and builders in Arizona
Tucson Marketplace November 2020 Special Advertising Section
Since the first issue of Phoenix Home/Garden was published in 1980, many Valley businesses have grown and evolved with us. On these pages, take a look at them then and now. What a difference four decades makes.
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