Phone: (480)882-9553 Fax: (480)882-3488

State of Arizona Register of Contractor (ROC):
ROC291815 (K-21 Dual Landscaping)
ROC291814 (KA Dual Engineering)

State of Arizona Office of Pest Management (OPM):
OPM 9296 (B3 Weeds & B5 Turf and Ornamental Pest Control)

Saturday, November 15, 2014

New way to order work online
Click the link to go to our square up (Square read) store. We are in the process of adding items so check back for more soon. Currently have:
1) One-time landscape cleanups
2) Tree trimming
3) Sprinkler repairs

Thursday, August 7, 2014

New name, same faces!

Starting July 1st, Pacheco Brothers Gardening Inc (of Arizona) became Pacheco Gardening & Landscape Services. PBG Inc is still in full operation in CA under the ownership/leadership of brothers George & Gary Pacheco. George Pacheco & Mark Pacheco (who had been the Branch Manager of AZ operations since 2005 when operations expanded to Queen Creek, AZ) are now the Father and Son ownership team of the new Pacheco Gardening & Landscape Services. All other aspects of the company will remain in place for a seemly day to day operation transition. You will have the same employees and professional equipment to service your property.

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Time to plant some vegetables!

Not everything you can get a store will grow here in the Phoenix Valley, but with the right planning most can be growing with some success. Now should be a good time to start prepping to garden of your spring/summer gardens. If you’re going to grow the garden from seed the night might still be a little cold to get good germination quite yet, depending on your part of the valley. But a lot of nurseries started getting good stock in of starter plant (small 4” pots.) [If you are using starter plants and live on the outskirts of town be prepared to cover them in the event of a late freeze, as we all know it’s been known to happen here in late February.]
Some good choices for the first-timers out there are the Tomatoes and Peppers. Roma and Cherry Tomatoes seem to do okay with little attention. JalapeƱo Peppers do good too. Anaheim and Bell Peppers tolerate the heat but sometimes the late afternoon sun can discolor the fruit. If you have the room, Watermelon and Cantaloupe are always a sweet choice too.
For those of you that doesn’t feel like planting something every spring and fall, try replacing you Mesquite tree with a fruit tree. What about some fresh homemade apple sauce in the summer?

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

It's been a mild winter so far

It’s been a mild winter so far

            Freezes can happen as later as early March and are fairly common into late February, so we are not out of the woods yet. But by the current trend, landscaper and home owners are going to have some abnormal decisions to make in a month or so.
            Most years the frost damage forces everyone to cut-back their Lantana, Bougainvillea and Yellow Bells, but not this year. Many properties are going to still need to do a hard cut-back or rejuvenate cut, because the plants are can get too big for the spot they are planted if left to grow even bigger.
            On larger properties with properly spaced plants, imagine how much prettier (more flowers) your yard will get if you let the plants just keep growing.

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