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We will install your design or we can help you with your design at one or multiple locations..

Commercial Services

We will install your design or we can help you with your design at one or multiple locations.

Irrigation

We install, repair and maintain irrigation systems.

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Sonoran Scapes Landscaping, Inc. specializes in landscaping services for your home and/or commercial property. We pride ourselves on making your outdoor space or store front look its best!.

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We're not new to the landscaping industry. We have been servicing the greater Tucson area since 2000. We are experienced in maintaining landscapes as well as landscape installation. We are  licensed, bonded and insured!

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WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING

“We are new customers of this company and have been very favorably impressed with the quality of the work performed by your employees.”

ROBERT F.

"My Team shows up on time, works efficiently and quickly, and cleans things up well. Along with very competitive pricing, they provide a good service and excellent value!"

MAHAT M.

“ The Gardeny Guys are fast and efficient. They fixed our old Valve box for the Sprinkler system and we always have them do our Sprinkler Blowouts in the Fall.”

BARRY M.

"Best lawn service I have ever used. I use them for everything from mowing, fertilization and irrigation. I even had them pressure wash my house and it looks like new."

JEREMIE B.

"The driver was extremely professional, courteous, and the price quoted was fair. I would happily hire The guys from Gardeny again! He did an excellent job clearing my driveway of snow!"

ROBERTO L.

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17 hours ago

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Recent paver installation! Before and after.
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SSLI Plant Monday!!
TRAILING GAZANIA
Gazania rigens
Trailing gazania offers brilliant flower colors. Be sure to look for selections that offer a variety of flower and foliage colors. Tip: this plant may die out in the summer if overwatered.

THE BASICS
Type: Groundcover

Sun: Full sun

Hardiness: 15°F

Water: Low

Native to: South Africa

GROWTH RATE
Growth Rate: Moderate

Mature Height: 1 feet

Mature Width: 2 feet

Mature Form: Trailing

FOLIAGE
Evergreen

Color: Silver to green

Texture: Medium

WILDLIFE
FLOWERS
Flower Color: Orange, bronze, yellow, daisylike

Season: winter, spring

COMMENTS
Litter: Low

Thorns: None

Allergenic: No

Irritation: None

POOL-FRIENDLY RABBIT-RESISTANT WINTER COLOR
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1 week ago

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Landscaped the entryway to this HOA recently! We installed a new drip system, plants, rip rap and decorative rock! We also had some visitors while we installed the rock last week.
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SSLI PLANT MONDAY!!
Eremophila hygrophana: Blue Bells
Description
Form: Shrub.
Leaf retention: Evergreen.
Growth rate: Slow to moderate depending on water.
Mature Size: 2-3' high and 3-4' wide.
Flowers: Purple to blue, tubular, 1" long, resembling Texas Sage.
Bloom: Most of the year in regions without freezes.
Fruit: Tiny, hairy, seed capsules.
Leaves: Silver-green, lance-shaped, soft, fuzzy.
Stems: No thorns.
Roots: This plant is sometimes grafted onto Myoporum species rootstock.
Wildlife: Attracts bees, large butterflies, and hummingbirds.
Toxic / Danger: No.
Origin: Australia.

Cultivation and Uses
USDA hardiness zones: 8-11. Tip damage at 17°F.
Heat tolerant: Yes.
Drought tolerant: Yes. This plant does not do well in regions with high humidity.
Sun: Full sun.
Water after becoming established: Deep soak monthly to help the roots grow deeper. Do not water more than once every two weeks, taking rainfall into account.
Soil: Well drained, dry, low organic content, pH 6.6-8.5 (neutral to alkaline).
Mulch: Gravel or bare soil. It may do better without gravel.
First Year Care: Water lightly every day except after rain. Do not use mulch, not even gravel, so the surrounding soil will dry out quickly.
Planting: This plant can be grown in a container.
Prune: Cut away frost damaged branches after the danger of freezing is past. Trim only lightly to shape.
Litter: Low.
Propagation: Cuttings.
Uses: Ornamental, xeric garden, hummingbird garden.

Comments
This plant is a member of the Figwort family (Scrophulariaceae). It is sometimes mistaken for a Leucophyllum (Texas Sage) species.
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