Author: The Green Goddess

The Green Goddess Holiday Open House! Please join us for great food, festive atmosphere and good company at The Green Goddess and Earthstone Annual Holiday Open House: Friday, December 8th, 2017 Time: 12:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Location: 4139 East Bell Rd. Phoenix, Arizona 85032, Phone: 602-971-8110 We hope to see you here! 7th...

OCTOBER LANDSCAPE IDEAS HALLOWEEN With the fall season finally here, besides creating decorative Halloween landscapes, here are a few October tips for your garden. Due to the cool mornings and evenings the soil holds its warm temperature from the summer allowing roots of your plants to achieve maximum...

Is your garden beginning to look a little boring? Does it look the same year after year? Let Green Goddess bring your garden or any area on your property back to life with its fantastic selection of outdoor products. Fountains We have a huge assortment of decorative...

Negotiating the tricky details involved in creating a beautiful landscape around your home or business is best left in the hands of the experts.  With many years of experience, The Green Goddess' custom landscape team has turned ordinary outdoor spaces into eye-popping views. Creating the landscape...

20 Cities in 20 Days: Paradise Valley's business secrets PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Paradise Valley is best known for its expensive fancy homes and celebrities who live there but it also has a lot of rich history that dates back before that became the city's reputation. "We manufacture...

Just like us; during the hot temperatures, plants need extra water.  When windy conditions occur, like monsoon season, water evaporates faster and plants should be monitored to make sure they are getting enough water. New plants need more water to allow their root system to grow. ...

High heat information for hot summer areas With the arrival of summer as well as its heat, the rules of gardening need to change. Some plants, like succulents do well in the heat because of their ability to store water. Aloe Vera is an example of...

It’s that time of year again, planting season!  Here are a few tips to help with what is the best time to plant of few of your favorite vegetables and when it is best to harvest them: Beans -   Delicious green beans should be...

Spring in the Phoenix area is not the same as spring in different parts of the country. Here are a few tips to guarantee your garden flourishes through spring and summer months. With any frost behind us now is a good time to plant seeds. Choose...

Our weather in “the valley of the sun” is quite different from the rest of the country.  We have two main growing seasons.  The first is mid-February until the end of May and the second is September to mid-November. January is really considered the only winter month in the Phoenix area. As a result, care for your existing plants, shrubs and trees require little maintenance except to spray your dormant shrubs with water, prune your roses and deciduous trees (which are trees that lose their leaves seasonally, a tree that is shedding its leaves) and watch out for freeze warnings.