Early Phoenix was lined and fed with a network of canals delivering water to a once barren desert floor. Lining the canals and early streets were thousands of trees. Trees provided the first “air conditioning” to early Phoenix dwellers. Folks in the late 1800s and the early part of the 20th century didn’t take shade for granted-do you? Trees and properly placed plants can save you hundreds of dollars on utility bills, create a great place for a pic nic or nap, enhance the value of your home, and just make it a whole lot nicer place to live!
Arbor Day is tomorrow, Friday April 27th. Celebrate by “just planting something”. A tree for more shade, a pot for curb appeal , a flowering shrub for beauty……don’t just stand there-“plant something” Click on the picture below for more reasons to plant from our friends at APS. Harper’s will also make it worth your while thru the end of the month:
Good Growin-Since 1945-Harper’s Home Grown…It’s What We Do & Who We Are!!!