Phoenix nurseries around the Valley want you to plant something for less

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SRP and Arizona Nursery Association team up with Phoenix Nurseries

Phoenix nurseries around the valley are inviting you to plant something with a BOGO deal for SRP customers.

As one of the Valley’s leading suppliers of water, SRP is partnering with the Arizona Nursery Association to encourage you to visit Phoenix nurseries to experience what colorful, low-water-use plants can do for your landscape and your wallet.

Visit participating Phoenix nurseries now through Nov. 23, 2019, and present a copy of the Contact newsletter to receive a buy one, get one free coupon valid on 1-gallon lantana, hesperaloe or Texas sage. Substitutions can be made pending nursery availability.

Why plant something?

SRP recognizes the importance of planting something. Last year we partnered with the city of Tempe to plant more than 450 trees. We also invite customers to participate in free shade tree workshops with Trees Matter to receive two free shade trees.

According to Water Use It Wisely planting something lowers your heart rate, provides beauty and shade, improves your property value, lowers your energy costs, cleans the air and water, and creates a more inviting yard and community.

Virginia Cooperative Extension also says that one tree can remove up to 26 pounds of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere annually. That’s equal to 11,000 miles of car emissions!

If you’re entertaining a garden, see what plants and vegetables are best to plant now in Phoenix on Garden.org. Otherwise, we’ve listed some eligible low-water use plants and participating Phoenix nurseries below.

Eligible low-water-use plants

Participating Phoenix nurseries

Know what’s below before you dig

Be sure to call 811 or visit Arizona 811 to submit an online ticket prior to digging on your property. Accidents involving contact with underground electrical power lines not only can damage equipment but may also cause serious injury and even death.

Katie

Katie

Katie is from Tempe, Arizona and has been writing and sharing stories about SRP for the last seven years. In her free time, she enjoys visiting the White Mountains with her family, gardening and painting.

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