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cathy b.
Report | a month ago
not really, I enjoyed looking at the pottery & the guy there was very nice
vallerie w.
Report | 3 months ago
Very knowedgeable. They just moved to other side of valley from me.
Donald H.
Report | 4 months ago
Very helpful staff answered our questions and made suggestions on the plants which grew best in our climate.
Alison B.
Report | 4 months ago
Their location now is very far away. They are still getting used to their new locationand there was not much to.choose from unless you wanted something large. I think it will get better with time but it is too far now for me. If you live out on the West side it will be perfect for you.
Tom K.
Report | 4 months ago
They had a lot of choices of low water plants to choose from cactus, trees, succulents. Had a smaller selection on small cactus and succulents.
Deborah L.
Report | 4 months ago
Had a great experience, they were very accommodating and available to answer questions about the plants. I will definitely go back.
Laurence L.
Report | 4 months ago
Very nice and healthy plants, and the owner is very knowledgeable. We will return there for sure !
Susan H.
Report | 4 months ago
Wonderful items besides great plants
Barbara P.
Report | 6 months ago
The young man there was very, very helpful and friendly. They don't have a huge place but we found exactly what we were looking for. We will be back soon.
Maranda L.
Report | 9 months ago
Keep in mind that the name "Desert..." tells you what kind of plants they have. You won't see a bunch of Lantana and pretty flowers. You see desert plants. Exactly what I wanted.
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A man-made forest of native, drought-tolerant plants shamelessly gulps carbon dioxide from the air within Desert Foothills Gardens Nursery, a plant hub that also churns out pottery, fountains, sculptures, and more. Hundreds of varieties of plants vie for attention, from aloes and agaves to bougainvilleas and yuccas. Grace the top of your top hat with a one-gallon golden barrel cactus ($6), or grab a five-gallon purple prickly pear ($19) to accentuate the poolside. Various sizes of cardoons, saguaros, and white Argentine giants are also available.

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