Southwestern Deserts

September, 2003
Regional Report

In the Garden

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Yellowing Leaves

Yellow leaves on desert landscape plants are usually caused by iron or nitrogen deficiency. Iron deficiency is the more likely candidate at this time of year, particularly on non-natives, such as citrus, roses, queen palms, and hibiscus. Iron chlorosis...
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Resources

Shows & Events

Arizona Highlands Garden Conference 2003 Sponsored by Master Gardeners from three counties, this event focuses on gardening between 3000...

Local Buzz

New Gardening Show Television shows geared for desert gardener are few, but John Chapman, master gardener and...
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Regional Reminders

  • Harvest Prickly Pear Fruit
  • Plant Palm Trees
  • Plan for Fall
  • Deadhead Annual Flowers
  • Care for Succulents

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