07 Apr Spring sale has arrived, discounts on all trees!
Aprils featured product is our large selection of trees. Our variety in trees is extensive and we offer delivery as well as planting to insure your tree has a healthy long life.
Earth Day is April 22nd
Green Goddess is committed to environmental protection!
Earth Day is the worlds’ largest environmental movement. You don’t have to wait for Earth Day to make sure your surroundings are clean. Clean up around your area, pick up trash on the street, and make sure your local lakes and streams are monitored for trash on a weekly basis. This all helps with pollution and climate change.
Helping to plant trees and plants refreshes our atmosphere and keeps pollution down. Today it has grown into a worldwide event to help make the earth a safer place for our kids and following generations.
“DON’T FORGET TO RECYCLE” and plant anything, it helps to purify our air.
The Green Goddess Gardening 101:
- Weeding – April and May are the worst months for weeds. Always pull weeds from their root. Use a weeding tool to get the best results.
- Planting – summer plants should be finished by now: summer really starts in May in Phoenix. This is the best time for tropical plants like Bougainvillea, Lantana, citrus, etc.
- Lawn: weed and feed your Bermuda grass lawn. It starts growing when the night temperatures stay above sixty. Re-seed those bare patches.
- Roses: remove dead flowers and fertilize roses after each bloom period for a final crop before hot weather.
- Citrus: check that all the trunk parts of citrus and young trees that are exposed to the sun are painted white. This keeps them cooler and protects them from sunburn. Use white latex paint diluted with water (1 volume white flat latex paint for 1 volume water)
- In the vegetable garden: Plant cantaloupe, eggplant, peppers, pumpkin, summer squash, watermelon and winter squash.
We will be closed Easter Sunday. Don’t forget Mother’s Day is right around the corner! We have a beautiful collection of amazing flowering plants and trees.