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Not too long ago, I was talking with a friend about life in the Mojave Desert.
A few days into fall, there’s a quick payoff to some maintenance in your yard.
Planting season is nearly here and Norm Schilling has plans and ideas to share.
Since we have four or five growing seasons here in the great American Southwest, we’re able to ask the question that gardeners in many other regions only wish they could, what do you want for your
Some plants are surviving the summer in your yard . That doesn’t mean they’re happy. Norm Schilling offers his advice.
Norm Schilling has profiles of figs and pomegranates – two fruits that thrive in the desert.
What can we learn from the recent streak of triple digit days. Hint: It’s a desert out there. Here’s Norm Schilling.
Not everyone loves cactus.
There’s red yucca, yellow yucca and then there’s the really giant one . And what do you get if you leave a yucca plant alone for ten years - a really big one.
Even though we might think tending our gardens is a leisure activity, raising flowers, fruits and vegetables does require a certain amount of work.
It’s not planting season with one exception says Norm Schilling.
If you’ve committed to a veggie garden then you’ll know in this desert climate it should be well underway by now, but Norm Schilling has a different approach to his veggie garden this year.
Growing plants in raised beds is one sure way to save on gardener’s backache.
What’s the effect of wind on our yards? Norm Schilling takes stock of the impact of the last week’s high winds in the Las Vegas Valley.
Summer’s just around the corner. We tapped local experts for tips on getting your car, pool, patio and more in shape for the hot months ahead.
As they sprout across the valley, school gardens are growing more than vegetables and herbs. They’re cultivating a broad new approach to elementary science education — and stronger community roots.
Drought. Water shortages. Scary to contemplate, but is it as serious as all that?
These six neighborhoods — affluent, poor, urban, rural — couldn’t be more different. But they do have one thing in common: a can-do desireto make life better on the block.
Norm Schilling guides gardeners to keep up as Spring approaches. Selected pruning will keep things on track in the yard.
With spring in full swing Norm Schilling reviews the desert natives that inhabit his yard.
Don't look at the calendar. Look at your plants to tell you what do to in the yard right now. Your plants think Spring is near, so use this time to transplant and prune.