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  • Landscaping
    Jennifer Leon and her team of six licensed professionals keep the greater Tucson area's lawns and gardens in tiptop shape with a wide array of landscaping services. They can help homeowners turn up homes' curb appeal, fostering neighborhood goodwill or drumming up buyer interest. Free estimates are also available before the team commences any yard-beautification project.
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    2045 East 33rd Street
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Green Things
    Green Things offers a wide range of plants grown both in-house and by local sources, ensuring that all of its crops are prepared for the extreme climates of the Sonoran Desert. Erect a foliage fence around your private helipad with annuals ($1.49+), or populate your backyard with shrubs ($5.99+) that summon up all 17 colors of the rainbow. Green Things' inventory also includes towering trees ($18.99+) and tropical houseplants ($3.99+), as well as pottery, herbs & vegetables, and cacti?ideal for roadrunners seeking defense against technologically minded, biped coyotes.
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    3235 E Allen Rd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Native Seeds/Search
    Native Seeds/SEARCH (Southwestern Endangered Aridland Resource Clearing House) has cultivated Southwestern heritage for more than two decades by conserving and selling a variety of wild and agricultural seeds. Each purchase from the organization's retail shop fosters the distribution of more than 350 ancient and aridlands-adapted crops. Desert farmers can pick up packets of unsprouted panic grass, Bisbee black-eyed peas, Hopi striped sunflowers, or Tarahumara bilobal gourds ($3 each), while non-gardeners can adorn their keys, backpacks, or frontpacks with a 4-inch beaded-corn keychain, handmade by a Navajo tribe member ($20), or set their tongues aflame with chiltepines mined from the Sierra Madre Mountains in Mexico ($7). Native Seeds? earthy merchandise complements rustic meals and creative endeavors with many other foodstuffs, crafts, and life necessities, such as Eagle Creek devil?s claw seeds ($5), which, when fully grown, feature fiber for basket weaving, fanged fruit for eating, and flowers that speckle garden foliage and chatter with unsuspecting rabbits.
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    3061 N Campbell Ave
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Civano Nursery
    Civano Nursery presents visitors with multifarious flora, most of which were grown by expert horticulturists at a 70-acre farm in nearby Sahuarita. Pockets of climate-appropriate posies ($1.99+) or lush shrubs revitalize drab lawns and woo standoffish bees and butterflies. Gardeners who expect dirt to earn its keep can rubberneck through orchards of shade and fruit trees before plotting future salads over potted herbs and veggies. Clutches of hearty cacti, like their barbed-wire kin, can add a layer of security around lot perimeters and inspire spiky arm tattoos. Civano's attentive gardening gurus also dazzle acoustic nerves with jingling wind chimes and burbling water fountains ($89.99+), tuck adopted plants into glossy red planters ($9.99+), and ply budding botanists with sage advice. Tagalong kids and brown-thumbed companions can pass the time at an on-site petting zoo or practice putting green.
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    5301 S Houghton Rd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Pantano Stables
    No trip to Tucson would be complete without experiencing the flavor of the West by horseback. Pantano Riding Stables, a reputable family owned business, caters to riders on all skill levels. A large variety of horses are available to accommodate every type of rider. Reservations required.
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    4450 S Houghton Rd
    Tucson, AZ US
  • Terror in the Corn
    Armed with only their courage, adventurers work their way through darkened alleys of corn, the path lit by nothing more than a curtain of stars above. But they're not alone. Through this maze lurk crazed doctors, hungry zombies, and grisly artifacts of murder and mayhem––an army of bloodthirsty terrors standing between groups of unwilling victims and the exit. Not all the stalks at Buckelew Farms are haunted, however. Those who escape the Terror in the Corn unscathed can relax their nerves and test their navigational skills in the flashlight maze, where groups survey the darkness to find 12 different checkpoints that offer up clues to the maze. The casual-paced attraction offers up a challenge similar to a classic scavenger hunt, but without the creepy neighbors. Both mazes make a great ending to a day at the farm's 24th Annual Pumpkin Festival, where guests enjoy a lively collection of fall pastimes. Tractors tow carts of hay and families to pumpkin fields to pick out an ideal jack-o'-lantern candidate, and a smattering of colorful tents house arts and crafts activities, children’s games, and a petting zoo full of friendly beasts waiting to be pet, fed, and stealthily adopted. The farm will also be hosting a Great Pumpkin 5K race on October 14, during which participants chart a course through the farm and parts of the corn maze in order to win prizes and raise funds for the University of Arizona Medical Center Departments of Surgery and Neurology.
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    17000 W. Ajo Way
    Tucson, AZ US
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