Potting Your Cactus
“If we want a free and peaceful world, if we want to make the deserts bloom and man grow to greater dignity as a human being – we can do it.”— Eleanor Roosevelt
After getting married in 2016, Scott & Kimball moved to Scottsdale, Arizona, and became enamored with the Sonoran Desert environment. Their home was a blank-slate for landscape and became a canvas to experiment with native plants and gardening. Learning as they go, their home has transformed into an oasis of lush landscape of colors and textures from the desert.
Scott, the carpenter, is a licensed Architect in Arizona & Washington and focuses on residential design. In his spare time, he can be found in his workshop designing and fabricating outdoor garden furniture including planters & potting tables or pouring concrete pots.
Kimball, the gardener, has completed the Master Gardener Program at the University of Arizona and is a 4th generation Arizonan. He discovered a talent for making the desert bloom. Kimball’s approach incorporates the principles of xeriscaping (designing specifically for areas susceptible to drought) and is passionate about educating on the ability to create colorful and thriving desert landscapes.
Measure twice. Cut once.
If someone gives you a cactus plant, then you're pretty cool.