XERISCAPE: LANDSCAPING WITH STYLE IN THE ARIZONA DESERT



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General Placement of Landscape Irrigation Components
General Placement of Landscape Irrigation Components
General Placement of Landscape Irrigation Components
General Placement of Landscape Irrigation Components
Illustration Irrigation Filter
Illustration Pressure Regulator
Illustration Goof Plugs
Illustration Flush Cap
Stake Placement
Red Bird of Paradise



Cost Estimate Worksheet
General Placement of Irrigation Components
A well-pruned desert tree.
Good pruning on Palo Verde Tree.



The three-point pruning method.
Crushed granite covers a landscape.
Outdoor living in the Sonoran Desert - native plants provide shade, color and texture. Palo Verde tree (by chair), Ocotillo (center), Desert Marigold (yellow/foreground). Blanket Flower (orange and yellow/foreground) and Penstemon (dark red right center).
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