Getting Potted in the Desert Book
Marylee Pangman shares a wealth of information, gained through 20 plus years of creating successful potted gardens in the desert.
There is no other book on the market that addresses the desire of desert dwellers to create a garden ‘like back home.’
A Month by Month planning guide plus;
- Ideas for creating and caring for potted gardens
- Advice on container selection and plants.
- Bonus chapters including seasonal flowers and plants lists.
- Strategies for dealing with specific challenges like desert critters, the desert sun and water usage.
Getting Potted in the Desert is also available at the following locations:
Tucson: Tucson Botanical Gardens and Antigone Books
Since then, Marylee has been compelled to share through her recent venture The Potted Desert, all that she learned about container gardening over 20 years of blistering summers and record breaking winters.
Marylee sees container gardening as a way to have an oasis garden while conserving water as the demands of pots is far less than heavily planted areas and beds.
Getting Potted in the Desert
The book, “Getting Potted in the Desert" has been a long process of gathering all of these desert gardening experiences into one volume available for sale.
It is not just the difference in seasons but the intense heat, long growing seasons and challenging winters that require a different mindset as well as a defined practice to maintain a beautiful container garden.
Marylee used the practical learnings of growing potted gardens for 100’s of customers and teaching her tried and true methods for success to create this resource.
With that in mind, Marylee strives to help homeowners keep their money out of the compost heap and create the garden of their dreams from the very first planting.
Newcomers to the desert and long time ‘desert dwellers’ alike will benefit by putting Marylee’s practices to use. This easy to follow guide will take you from black thumb to a garden of wonder. People will say to you, “I thought you lived in the desert. I did not realize you could garden successfully there!"