Native Plant Laws and Rules | View the native plant rules (on pages 41 - 51, starting with the section titled, "Appendix A. Protected Native Plants by Category" is the listing of protected native plants.) View the law by going to Chapter 7. Bringing in Plants from Outside Arizona
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NATIVE PLANT LIST for Arizona and New Mexico . This is a "starter" list of native plants for Arizona. It is intended for residential or commercial landscapers who want to create attractive and varied native landscapes.
Find locally grown plants that grow well in the southwest desert area of Phoenix. Make your gardening and landscaping low maintenance with plants adapted to arid climates.
Arizona Plants Guide. Arizona Living Landscape & Design in Queen creek, San Tan Valley, Gilbert, Chandler, & Mesa AZ 480-390-4477. Click on the images for larger pictures and details of the plants. Some images and content courtesy of Mountain States Wholesale Nursery. Also check out their plant catalog.
Trees are the largest plants for our landscapes and provide the greatest benefits. They add permanent structure to the design and can become the ceilings and walls of our outdoor living spaces. Select trees for the function you want, whether it is providing cooling shade, screening for privacy, or enhancing views.
The Arizona Native Plant Society is a nonprofit organization devoted to Arizona's native plants. Its mission is to promote knowledge, appreciation, conservation, and restoration of Arizona native plants and their habitats.
A Selection of Landscape Plants for the Southwest Alphabetical by Common Name. NOTE: These links take you to material developed by Dr. Margaret Livingston, University of Arizona Landscape Architecture, for the Plant Sciences Course 520
The Sonoran Desert is located in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico in North America.. The Sonoran Desert Region, as defined by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, includes the Sonoran Desert and some surrounding areas.All of Sonora, the Baja California Peninsula, and the islands of the Gulf of California are included. Also included are parts of Sinaloa and Chihuahua, some ...
Management plans for each Active Management Area reflect the evolution of the Groundwater Code, moving Arizona toward its long-term water management goals. The plans include mandatory conservation programs for all persons withdrawing, distributing or receiving groundwater designed to achieve reductions in withdrawals of groundwater.