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    The Stonewall Foundation Raven s Way Survival School Vince Claudio Pinto Rainwater Harvesting Brad Lancaster Studies in Western Herbal Medicine Charles Kane Desert Tortoise Botanicals John Slattery Mano Metate Moles Amy Valdés Schwemm Flor De Mayo Arts Martha Burgess Bean Tree Farm Barbara Rose Sonoran Permaculture Guild University of Arizona Master Gardeners Program Native Plant Botany Resources Arizona Native Plant Society University of Arizona Herbarium SEINET Native Plant Database Southeastern

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  • Contact us
    Pass Blvd Tucson AZ 85713 Click on address for map We are open to the public Tuesday through Saturday between 8am and 5pm closed on Sunday Monday To reach the nursery department please contact us at Desert Survivors Inc 1020 W Starr Pass Blvd Tucson AZ 85713 520 791 9309 jim desertsurvivors org For any questions or inquiries about employment opportunities with our program service department or to reach our

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  • Nursery Pricing
    Sidebar Skip Coryphantha elephantidens Commelina erecta Nursery Pricing Our pricing structure is pretty standard for most of our stock No sales tax is charged as we are a non profit corporation One Gallon Regular plants 8 00 Five Gallon Regular plants 22 00 Fifteen Gallon Regular trees 55 00 One Gallon Cactus Succulents 10 00 or more Two Gallon Specialty Cactus 30 00 Five Gallon Cactus Succulents 25 00 or

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  • Native Grasses Available at Desert Survivors
    between 40 and 45 species available Feel free to inquiry as to the availability of any of these or if you are looking for native perennial grasses that are not currently on our list We may be working on new ones so we would love to hear what you are looking for At this time Desert Survivors only sells perennial grasses native to Arizona due to the incredible impact that

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  • Native Trees Available at Desert Survivors
    Tower Site Navigation Skip Home Plant Nursery Plant Lists Program Svcs About Us Events Photo Gallery Support Links Contact Us Native Trees Available at Desert Survivors Desert Survivors 2015 Back

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  • Mission Heritage Fruit Tree Project
    growing an assortment of pomegranates figs quince lima plum guava and mission grapes Some of the original trees have persisted on private properties while others have been found growing in wild riparian areas Jesus Garcia Yanez and Robert Emanuel of the Desert Museum were instrumental in starting the program and have provided much direction Jesus is responsible for obtaining genetic stock for most of these trees and has spoken extensively to the public about this project Other hugely significant partners and leaders in the project over the years have included the Santa Cruz Heritage Alliance Jonathon Mabry Tumacacori National Historical Park Native Seed SEARCH and the Friends of Tucson s Birthplace The orchard at Tumacori National Historic Park was replanted for the first time in over 200 years in the spring of 2007 using trees grown at Desert Survivors as part of this project Then in 2012 the historic Mission Gardens was replanted under the direction of the Friends of Tucson s Birthplace along the historic banks of the Santa Cruz River at the base of Sentinel Peak Figs Sosa Black Mission planted in 1880 s from Tucson Ruby found near perennial spring near ghost of Ruby near border White Fig Oro Blanco Ghost Town of Oro Blanco Santa Cruz County White Fig Presidio Black Mission fig from Presidio de San Augustin old Downtown Tucson Pomegranates Sosa A delicious soft seeded Pink pomegranate that appears to have been originally grafted onto a white pomegranite planted in 1880 s in Tucson Ruby White pomegranate found near spring near ghost town of Ruby near Border Santa Cruz County Josefina White pomegranate from Tucson extremely sweet with white fruit Quitobaquito White pomegranate from the iconic Quitobaquito Springs in Organpipe National Monument Edgar Canyon Red pomegranate occuring in a lush riparian area on the

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  • Butterfly Larval Host Plants - Desert Survivors (12/14)
    garden as nectar plants are much easier to come by Most of these butterfly caterpillars are not too destructive to the plants especially as the plants get a little bit bigger Although there are always a few proverbial bad apples in the bunch like the Gulf Fritillary caterpillar which can sometimes kill your new passion vines Also some of these species are from mid elevation in the mountains and will

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  • Butterfly Nectar Plants Available at Desert Survivors
    Us Butterfly nectar plants available at desert survivors Most of the plants on this butterfly nectar plant list are also great plants for other pollinators as well Try to find a nice balance between larval and nectar plants for your

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