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Top-5 Yard and Garden Landscaping Companies in Tucson, Arizona

OPPORTY is an all-around platform that creates beneficial connections between businesses and people. Our team is excited to present an exclusive list of the TOP 5 Lawn Care Services Firms in Tucson City. The list includes the best of the best Lawn Care Services with successfully practicing attorneys who are valued as authoritative leaders in their niche.

Our final rating is based on the overall analysis of dozens of companies, assessed by different factors, including customer reviews, satisfaction level, website, social media activities, other social activities and so on. Up to 50 factors. Read more here.


Arid Adaptations Nursery

FOUNDED IN 2012, ARID ADAPTATIONS IS A LOCAL NURSERY SPECIALIZING IN CACTUS, SUCCULENTS, AND CAUDICIFORMS. WE ALSO FEATURE MANY PLANTS THAT ARE FROST AND HEAT HARDY, IDEAL FOR ARIZONA LANDSCAPES. ARID ADAPTATIONS ALSO OFFERS CONSULTATION, POTTED INSTALLATIONS, AND DESIGN SERVICES. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION.We have been growing plants in Tucson since 1992. The last ten years were at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum as a horticulturist in the botany department. As our personal plant collection began growing out of hand, it became obvious that a nursery was the only answer. With six greenhouses, 50,000 plants, lots of dogs, 15 chickens, turtles, and great landscaping we have a wonderful oasis in the desert.

FOUNDED IN 2012, ARID ADAPTATIONS IS A LOCAL NURSERY SPECIALIZING IN CACTUS, SUCCULENTS, AND CAUDICIFORMS. WE ALSO FEATURE MANY PLANTS THAT ARE FROST AND HEAT HARDY, IDEAL FOR ARIZONA LANDSCAPES. ARID ADAPTATIONS ALSO OFFERS CONSULTATION, POTTED INSTALLATIONS, AND DESIGN SERVICES. CONTACT US FOR MORE INFORMATION.We have been growing plants in Tucson since 1992. The last ten years were at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum as a horticulturist in the botany department. As our personal plant collection began growing out of hand, it became obvious that a nursery was the only answer. With six greenhouses, 50,000 plants, lots of dogs, 15 chickens, turtles, and great landscaping we have a wonderful oasis in the desert.

Plants For Southwest

Plants for the Southwest and Living Stones Nursery are one and the same. By 1985, my plant collection had outgrown my home and so I left my job as plant propagator at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum to take care of this growing number of plants under the guise of running a plant business. (Luckily it worked!) Fortunately, my then not yet wife, Jane Evans owned a piece of property where she had her flower shop and I could build my nursery, Plants for the Southwest. In 1987, we acquired the Storms’ lithops collection and were immediately thrust into the mail order world, where we took the name Living Stones Nursery for our catalog business. In 1990, Jane closed the flower shop to work full time in the nursery. We currently have two greeters, Aurea and Wasson (dogs). The facilities consist of nine greenhouses and various shadehouses and outside growing areas, each of a different configuration, totaling about 17,000 sq. ft.. We specialize in succulent plants and cacti from around the world, but we also grow some of the interesting and uncommon desert shrubs, wildflowers and trees, mainly from our region here in the southwest. All of the plants that we offer for sale are nursery propagated plants. Nearly all of these are plants that we have grown from seed. For a few species, we root cuttings and for a very few, we buy seedlings from other growers. We live at the northern edge of the Sonoran desert and are subject to both freezing temperatures (12 nights below freezing) and some extremely hot days (as many as 100 days above 100F, with 10 or more above 110F!). Our average rainfall is 12 inches, with half of it falling in the winter and half in late summer. (This is the defining factor of the Sonoran desert. The Mojave desert receives most of its rain in the winter and the Chihuahuan desert is mostly a summer rainfall area.)

Plants for the Southwest and Living Stones Nursery are one and the same. By 1985, my plant collection had outgrown my home and so I left my job as plant propagator at the Arizona Sonora Desert Museum to take care of this growing number of plants under the guise of running a plant business. (Luckily it worked!) Fortunately, my then not yet wife, Jane Evans owned a piece of property where she had her flower shop and I could build my nursery, Plants for the Southwest. In 1987, we acquired the Storms’ lithops collection and were immediately thrust into the mail order world, where we took the name Living Stones Nursery for our catalog business. In 1990, Jane closed the flower shop to work full time in the nursery. We currently have two greeters, Aurea and Wasson (dogs). The facilities consist of nine greenhouses and various shadehouses and outside growing areas, each of a different configuration, totaling about 17,000 sq. ft.. We specialize in succulent plants and cacti from around the world, but we also grow some of the interesting and uncommon desert shrubs, wildflowers and trees, mainly from our region here in the southwest. All of the plants that we offer for sale are nursery propagated plants. Nearly all of these are plants that we have grown from seed. For a few species, we root cuttings and for a very few, we buy seedlings from other growers. We live at the northern edge of the Sonoran desert and are subject to both freezing temperatures (12 nights below freezing) and some extremely hot days (as many as 100 days above 100F, with 10 or more above 110F!). Our average rainfall is 12 inches, with half of it falling in the winter and half in late summer. (This is the defining factor of the Sonoran desert. The Mojave desert receives most of its rain in the winter and the Chihuahuan desert is mostly a summer rainfall area.)

Bach's Greenhouse Cactus Nrsy

Beautify your home's landscape with beautiful plants and cacti from Bach's Greenhouse Cactus Nursery. Our cactus nursery has been a family-owned company for over 40 years. We are proud to offer the best selection of Native Cacti to customers in Pima County, Arizona and surrounding areas. From beautiful pieces of petrified wood to pots to a wide variety of cacti, our plants and products make the perfect choice for your home, business, or even gifts.

Beautify your home's landscape with beautiful plants and cacti from Bach's Greenhouse Cactus Nursery. Our cactus nursery has been a family-owned company for over 40 years. We are proud to offer the best selection of Native Cacti to customers in Pima County, Arizona and surrounding areas. From beautiful pieces of petrified wood to pots to a wide variety of cacti, our plants and products make the perfect choice for your home, business, or even gifts.

Arizona Proscapes Inc

Family owned & operated from the office to the field. Having worked for a number of other landscape companies over the years, owner Dana Marchus was tired of the cookie cutter landscapes without quality or efforts to make sure the clients visions were really implemented. So in 1998 Dana left his previous employer & set out on the journey of starting his own business with quality & customers visions at the forefront. Nearly 20 years later & thousands of completed & unique projects, Dana still works side by side with his sons in the field to ensure customers get what they want & more!

Family owned & operated from the office to the field. Having worked for a number of other landscape companies over the years, owner Dana Marchus was tired of the cookie cutter landscapes without quality or efforts to make sure the clients visions were really implemented. So in 1998 Dana left his previous employer & set out on the journey of starting his own business with quality & customers visions at the forefront. Nearly 20 years later & thousands of completed & unique projects, Dana still works side by side with his sons in the field to ensure customers get what they want & more!

Arid Plant Designs

There’s more to a quality, beautiful landscape design in Tucson, AZ than just planting some shrubs and spreading some gravel. It takes a well-thought-out approach, an eye for cohesiveness, a mind for urban planning and the expertise of numerous landscaping jobs well done. When you want top-quality landscaping, trust Arid Plant Designs. We’re known for the colorful, picturesque landscapes we design and build, and for the personalized approach we take to every design we plan. We make it a point to consult with each of our customers and thoroughly survey each site we’ll be working on, to get the inspiration required to bring your vision of landscape excellence to life. We take pride in setting ourselves apart from other landscape contractors in Tucson, AZ not only in the thoroughness and quality of our services, but in the expertise we bring to the table. Owner David Hitchings not only has degrees in Forestry and Urban Planning from several reputable universities, he has assembled a team of seasoned veterans who know the power of logistics and hard work. We get jobs done quicker than the competition without compromising results, simply because we’ve streamlined efficiency for the benefit of our customers. So, whether you’ve got a dull landscape that demands a new design or you’re working to revitalize an existing, downtrodden piece of property, don’t hesitate in calling Arid Plant Designs for beautiful results you can see.

There’s more to a quality, beautiful landscape design in Tucson, AZ than just planting some shrubs and spreading some gravel. It takes a well-thought-out approach, an eye for cohesiveness, a mind for urban planning and the expertise of numerous landscaping jobs well done. When you want top-quality landscaping, trust Arid Plant Designs. We’re known for the colorful, picturesque landscapes we design and build, and for the personalized approach we take to every design we plan. We make it a point to consult with each of our customers and thoroughly survey each site we’ll be working on, to get the inspiration required to bring your vision of landscape excellence to life. We take pride in setting ourselves apart from other landscape contractors in Tucson, AZ not only in the thoroughness and quality of our services, but in the expertise we bring to the table. Owner David Hitchings not only has degrees in Forestry and Urban Planning from several reputable universities, he has assembled a team of seasoned veterans who know the power of logistics and hard work. We get jobs done quicker than the competition without compromising results, simply because we’ve streamlined efficiency for the benefit of our customers. So, whether you’ve got a dull landscape that demands a new design or you’re working to revitalize an existing, downtrodden piece of property, don’t hesitate in calling Arid Plant Designs for beautiful results you can see.

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