Southwest Gardener: Make Your Garden Feel Like Home

After more than two decades in business we’ve decided to retire, and Southwest Gardener will retire with us.
Our last day open will be February 22, 2020. 
The good news is we will continue to work with Gregory Ware to let you know of his gardening classes and plants sales. We’ll also keep a curated selection of locally made garden goodies on the website so you can still buy great gifts.
So stay tuned, visit the site regularly and if you get our emails, watch for updates.
Thank you for your friendship and support – you are an amazing community!

 

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FROM THE BLOG

Treasured Gifts!

Treasured Gifts!

Consider one of these gems for that gardener or nature lover on your gift list! The shop is full of beautiful treasures from local artists and around the country. We're happy to wrap up your goodies with tissue and a bow! (While you're here, choose a beautiful...

Fall Planting Guide

Fall Planting Guide

This is the time of year when Arizona's desert gardeners head outside to get a jump on fall vegetable and herb planting. Fall is our biggest planting season, when we can have successive crops of edibles, some that will last into early spring. It's a huge time for seed...

Growing Tomatoes In The Fall

Growing Tomatoes In The Fall

People new to gardening or to gardening in the desert are often surprised to learn there are actually two opportunities to grow tomatoes in this climate. The main season, early spring, is when most tomato planting takes place. The lengthening of days and a long spring...