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Acknowledgements | Arizona Municipal Water Users Association

Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert

Arizona Municipal Water Users Association

Acknowledgements

This website is the online edition of the publication Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert. These resources were developed by the AMWUA Regional Water Conservation Committee, comprising representatives of AMWUA member municipalities with professional expertise in water conservation, horticulture, botany, and the plant sciences, and AMWUA staff, with the much appreciated assistance of local green industry professionals.

For providing recommendations and experience that guided the Committee in narrowing the list of plants to the 200 featured in the booklet, we would like to acknowledge the following individuals:

Rita Jo Anthony, Wild Seed, Inc.
Jonathan Arnold, City of Scottsdale Parks, Recreation, and Facilities
John Augustine, Desert Tree Farm
Louisa Ballard, Arizona State University Arboretum
Cathy Cromell, Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine
Libby Davison, University of Arizona Department of Plant Sciences
Ron Dinchak, Mesa Community College Life Science Department
Wendy Hardy, City of Scottsdale
Jay Harper, Harpers Nurseries and Flower Shops, Inc.
George Hull, Mountain States Wholesale Nursery
Mary Irish, Horticultural Writer/Consultant
Rob Johns, A&P Plant Nurseries
Kirti Mathura, Desert Botanical Garden
Judy Mielke, Logan Simpson Design
Terry Mikel, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
Ed Mulrean, Ph.D., Arid Zone Trees
Steve Priebe, City of Phoenix Streets Department
Janet Rademacher, Mountain States Wholesale Nursery
Marjie Risk, Arizona Department of Water Resources
Ursula Schuch, Ph.D., University of Arizona Cooperative Extension
Dwayne View, Treeland Nurseries, Inc.
Niko Vlachos, V&P Nurseries, Inc.
Jim Wheat, Jim Wheat's Landscape Center

For reviewing the final draft of the booklet and offering their professional criticism, comments, and suggestions, we would like to recognize:
Chester Leathers, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Arizona State University Microbiology Department
Rita Jo Anthony, Wild Seed, Inc.
Matt Johnson, University of Arizona Desert Legume Program
Janet Rademacher, Mountain States Wholesale Nursery
Steve Priebe, City of Phoenix Streets Department
Cathy Cromell, Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine

The first sentence of our booklet was inspired by text from Growing Desert Plants from Windowsill to Garden by Theodore B. Hodoba, with permission from the author and the publisher, Red Crane Books.

Partial funding for this project was provided by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

The information in this website is true and accurate to the best of our knowledge. It is offered with no guarantees on the part of AMWUA. AMWUA disclaims all liability in connection with the use of this website.

Copies of the printed publication Landscape Plants for the Arizona Desert are available from AMWUA member water conservation offices.

Visit www.amwua.org for more landscaping resources and water conservation information.