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Palo Verde - for my too sunny AZ backyard! Palo verde was designated the official state tree of Arizona in 1954. "Palo verde" is Spanish for "green stick." Blooming in the spring, palo verde are beautiful trees found in Arizona that add vibrant color to the desert. Palo Verde seeds were a food source for the Pima and Papago Indians of Arizona (the seeds were dried and ground in mortars to make a flour used for mush or cakes). http://www.statesymbolsusa.org/Arizona/tree_paloverde.html

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Inspirations, Idées & Suggestions, JesuisauJardin.fr, Atelier de paysage Paris, Stéphane Vimond Créateur de jardins #garden #jardin #campagne #country garden #jardin de provence #jardindecuré

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Desert Courtyard Garden designed by landscape architect Steve Martino of Cactus City Design, Phoenix, Arizona. Love that orange and the paired down planting.

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