March Madness In The Garden!-What To Do?

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It would probably be easier to list what you can't do this month than list all the gardening possibilities for the month of March-so this is just a sampling of gardening opportunities! Plant Something!-Warm season veggies (most anything you eat an actual fruit off of ie: tomatoes, peppers, squash....) Plant shade trees, it is now safe to plant frost tender sub tropicals … [Read more...]

Garden Tips From “The” Guru

The Harper Boys receiving a centennial honoree award from Dr.s Jeffrey Silvertooth, Shane Burgess, and PResident Dr. Ann Weaver Hart of the U of A

This Saturday is our "First Saturday" Hot Dogs and Horticulture day for March at Harper's. It is also Harper's 70th anniversary in business. To celebrate both events we've arranged to have John H. Harper do our "horticulture" segment and be on hand to answer any and all questions you might have regarding gardening, especially vegetable gardening.  This is a great opportunity … [Read more...]

Discount Day Today!

Our Original location on Thomas Rd. in Phoenix

It's Wednesday, that means ladies and seniors get 10% OFF all purchases!  It also means Double loyalty "check ins"! With 10 "check ins" you receive a $25 Harper's Gift Card, so today you can get 20% of the way there in one visit and save on everthing you buy! just another reminder about this Saturday's "hot dogs and horticulture" event. … [Read more...]

Who Am I?

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It's plant trivia Tuesday once again, if you can be the first to ID this fresh spring beauty one is your FREE!! March certainly came in like a Lion yesterday, but wow the rest of the week looks great! This week leads up to our big 70th birthday bash on Saturday. Make sure you plan to get in on the learnin from John H. Harper, aka Viejo at 10am and the grilln at noon!! … [Read more...]

Harper’s Is Turning 70


March 2015 marks our 70th year in business! Join us for a birthday bbq and some FREE garden information this Saturday March 7th at 10am. John H. Harper will be on hand to answer your questions. John Harper has been growing plants, landscaping and gardening in the valley since the 1940s! No one in the garden … [Read more...]