Arizona Fall Landscaping and Gardening

Parts One and Two  — Arizona’s unique fall season challenges gardeners and requires specific planting techniques and seasonal care for gardens and lawns.

This series is an invaluable guide for those new to Arizona as well as long-time residents. Local experts show viewers how to create lush landscapes with low-water use plants that flourish in our desert climate. Also featured are tours of the Desert Botanical Garden, Boyce Thompson Arboretum, Tucson Botanical Garden and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Parts One and Two are 90 minutes each.

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