So, we are hot (OK, warm) one day and a bit frigid the next . Up and down when it comes to the temps in Tucson but isn’t southern Arizona grand this time of year?
Specific to northwest Tucson you can be cold one day and drive about five miles north and be much colder there.
It’s cold but not too cold. Thank goodness.
But even though it’s been in the 40s and 50s – and yes, even the 30s – this is a great time to plant those plants that can take the cold better than you or I can.
There’s plenty to select from, adding color to a cold winter’s day with something that will last all the way until April – most likely.
We have it, well, because that’s why we are here.
Here’s a few of what would be perfect for this time of year:
• Wildflower seeds and plants (penstemon , blue bells, African daisy, and more)
• Nandina (heavenly bamboo) for nice color
• Euryops (Yellow bush daisy)
• Pyracantha (red berries)
• Photinia (red and perfect for hedges)
• Roses (potted ones are blooming)
• Deciduous fruit trees

And don’t forget, we deliver and plant!

Come on by and we have all the answers to your questions about winter planting. Stay warm and let the plants just mentioned take the cold for you.