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PDF Link Source: Irrigation Association

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Investing in a tree adds shade to your yard, value to your home and is a gift to your city. The Cool Urban Space Project by the City of Phoenix, University of Arizona and Arizona State University showed that a goal of 25 percent canopy could reduce near-ground temperatures in the city by 4.3 degrees. […]

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Thank you Randy for our #CareToKnow Tip this week!

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SCOTTSDALE — A crowd of nearly 400 packed the ballroom at the Omni Scottsdale Resort & Spa at Montelucia Thursday, Sept. 14 to honor Arizona’s Most Admired Companies of 2017. “We built the program to recognize those companies that have the biggest impact on the economy, on their employees and on the communities in which […]

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Click on the image below to read tips that will help with your Spring Rejuvenation.

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You may have started noticing that the flowers you planted in spring are slowly losing their vitality.  October is the perfect time to plant a fresh batch that will last through the winter and into late spring. With the holidays upon us, many people choose corresponding colors such as reds (we love RED) and whites.  Geraniums are […]

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Our Construction Division is making great progress on our first landscape installation job in Colorado. Click on the gallery below to see the work they are doing at Rocking Horse Phase 1.

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Please take a second and vote for our Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management team on Ranking Arizona!  We are nominated in 3 categories and would love your vote. Cast your votes by following the directions below.  Click on the image to go to the voting page. Thank you for your support!!!

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My name is Mike Eden. I’m the Business Development Coordinator here at CARETAKER LANDSCAPE AND TREE MANAGEMENT. Every week I send out a new ‘Plant of the Week’ to our team and partners to help educate us on the plants we care for in our fields of work. Please tune in for this amazing opportunity to […]

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This weekend the Tree Division of Caretaker Landscape & Tree Management was hard at work at the San Marcos Golf Course removing a monster of a tree. It was a Tamarix / Salt Cedar tree that was approximately 23 tons that failed due to rot in the trunk and a combination of high winds. The […]

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We are proud to announce that Caretaker Landscape and Tree Management made Landscape Management’s 150 List. Click on the link below to see the full issue. June 2014   pages JD27-JD28 Table of Contents

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Fall/Winter Tree Pruning Tips In October • You can safely prune most trees; however: • Ensure temperatures don’t drop below freezing. • Be careful not to prune frost -sensitive trees too heavily. • Desert Trees have large growth in spring/summer: trim trees in October so that they will “hold their prune” longer through the winter […]

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Long, narrow spikes of purple flowers cover this plant in the summer months. Although the flower color can range from white to dark purple, most trees have been selected for the darker flower color. To be sure, try to select this plant when it is blooming. These fragrant flowers attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. After […]

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Many small businesses start the same way — usually with a forward-thinking entrepreneurial person or group passionate about the opportunity to make a living doing something they love. Caretaker Landscape is no different. Twenty-five years ago, Susan Stephenson Harris, a retired banker from Oklahoma, moved to Arizona to relax and play golf. Six months later, […]

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Grand Opening – Welcome  David Weekley Homes to Acacia Estates David Weekley Homes is known for having great people and innovative design with a variety of customer options. The partnership in the grand opening between the Acacia Estates development team, David Weekley Homes and Caretaker Landscape centered on a true partnership where the great team […]

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Pre-Monsoon Pruning Did you know Caretaker Landscape has 4 ISA Certified Arborists? Proper tree pruning practices are important when attempting to limit storm and wind damage.  During monsoon rains, the wet ground makes trees more susceptible to failure due to what we call the “sail effect”.  The sail effect happens when trees have been primarily […]

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Check out this article published by AZRE Magazine.   With more than 1,000 new homes coming to Buckeye, Caretaker Landscape is poised to transform one of those new communities, Sienna Hills. Sienna Hills is nestled along the base of the White Tank Mountains. Located in Buckeye at McDowell Road and Verrado, this landscape of rocky ridgelines, […]

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Have you noticed all the Chilean Mesquite pods dropping? History – Native Mesquite trees dot southwest Arizona’s desert landscape, but the Chilean Mesquite is an interloper that has edged its way into drought-resistant gardens.  The Chilean Mesquite, Prosopis chilensis, is originally from Chile, hence its name, and it’s a relative of the pea family.  The […]

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