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SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners

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Desert Gardening Basics- Introduction to gardening in SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch
Plant ID - Plant catalogue of plants common to SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners*
Informational Links - All sorts of information pertinent to gardening in SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners*
Request a Plant Call - Have more questions? We'll come to visit!

Water-Wise Gardening - Ways to optimize use of water in the landscape
Benefits of Xeriscaping- Learn to use drought tolerant plants to conserve water
Irrigation in the Desert - Judicious use of irrigation can give you the garden you want and still save water

Prohibited Plants - What plants should NOT be planted in your yard?
Gardening Month by Month- Ideas for each month in the garden

What are Master Gardeners?
Become a Master Gardener

 
Who Are SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners?

SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardeners promote the Pinal County Master Gardener Program, administered by the University of Arizona, Cooperative Extension, Pinal County, Department of Agriculture and Life Sciences by:

  • Organizing educational programs and classes for residents of SaddleBrooke and SaddleBrooke

  • Diagnosing plant problems*,encouraging environmental responsibility through water conservation, promoting safe pest control practices, and offering plant selection guidance.

  • Encouraging residents to give back to their community by becoming active volunteers for the extension service by completing the Landscape and Garden Short Course and joining the SaddleBrooke/SaddleBrooke Ranch Master Gardener Program.

Disclaimers

1. Issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Jeffrey C. Silvertooth, Director, Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture Life Sciences, The University of Arizona. The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation in its programs and activities.

2. Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation, such as a sign language interpreter, by contacting the Pinal County Cooperative Extension at 820 E. Cottonwood Lane, #C, Casa Grande, AZ (toll free 866-836-5221). Requests should be made as early as possible to allow time to arrange the accommodations.

3. Trade names used in this publication are for identification only and do not imply endorsement of products named or criticism of similar products not mentioned.


 

* The term SaddleBrooke  is meant to be inclusive of HOA 1, HOA 2 (including the Preserve) and SaddleBrooke Ranch.

Photo Credits: Lyle Larson, Debbie Muise, Elissa Cochran