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GARDENING GUIDESSouthwest Gardener's July Checklist
Hold on to your hat and prune those tree branches; monsoon season means damage prevention is keyFull Story
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Take advantage of May's warmth to prune spring blooms and plant vegetables and annuals for a summer bountyFull Story
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Protect your plants from too much sun while waiting for rain relief, and guess what? Those cacti might need a drinkFull Story
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