Planting Wildflowers in Arizona

Planting wildflowers under a tree really puts that extra punch to your yard, especially if you live in Arizona. I planted seeds in the spring and I still have a few daisy flowers growing, even in 113 degrees. Yes, flowers do grow in Arizona, all they need is water and TLC.

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By Gayle from Queen Creek, AZ

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