Depends on the “desert” that you are looking for. In addition to a Google search, you can also check the landscapeonline site: http://www.landscapeonline.com/research/article/16929 . The link takes you to their page which in this case lists some l.a. firms in New Mexico & Arizona…they were listed in the magazine prior to that year’s National ASLA Conference. It by no means lists all of the firms that “work in the desert” but may get you started.
I suggest perusing the University of Arizona’s publications site. Lots of scientifically based resources, many free, some for sale. Here you’ll find comprehensive lists of dryland plant species, including those that are pest and wildfire resistant, lists of invasives, and seed sources: http://cals.arizona.edu/pub Also try Judy Mielke’s book, ‘Native Plants for Southwestern Landscapes’, which includes selections for all three deserts in the U.S.
Depending on the project, I usually start investigating what is available in the trade alongside what plants may be suitable. No point spending lots of time looking into plants you cannot get…. unless of course this is for the sheer joy of it.
So suitable plants for the USA may or may not help if you are working in Mexico
Are you looking for a few well known Landscape Architectses then you should contact with http://www.allinonelandscaper.com. Few months ago, I contacted with this company.They redesigned my house at very cheap prices.I was fully satisfied with their landscape maintenance services.
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