Rosemary is a popular herb used in many recipes for its distinct flavor and heavenly aroma. The herb is used mainly for its strong, resinous aroma that makes any food smell absolutely delicious.
Why Should You Grow Rosemary?
Rosemary should be a […]
Most people equate planting season with late spring after the last frost. Indeed, that is when you can plant most of your vegetables and garden plants. Planting after the frost protects the plants from freezing, of course, and planting early […]Read More
Got a green thumb? Even if you don’t, you can have a garden. If you are a novice and want a nice little edible garden in your backyard, then you are in luck!
The following plants are quite easy to grow. […]
Choosing plants for your home landscaping project isn’t always easy. But shrubs can be a great way to add texture and color to your yard. As an added bonus, many are low maintenance, give you added privacy and can reduce […]Read More
We’re proud of our chiles in New Mexico! While you wait in anticipation for the roasters that set up in late summer (oh that smell!) you can actually start growing your own at home.
Chile is a warm season crop that […]Read More
Looking to get your chile fix from your own garden? We have the chiles you want, including a variety of New Mexico chiles, as well as jalapeno and more. All flats of chiles are only $15, well more than half off […]
Your tomatoes are in the ground (they are in the ground, right?) but then you realize you’re going to need to grow some basil for that caprese salad you’re sure to make once your tomatoes are ripe. Container gardens […]
Roses in Santa Fe
Roses are one of our favorite plants here at Newman’s. Of course the flowers are beautiful and the scents divine, but there is something very zen-like about caring for roses that transport us from the bustle of […]
It’s tomato planting time! Next, to enjoying the fruits of your tomato-growing labor, one of our favorite times of year is tomato planting season. We have dozens of varieties of tomatoes, from Beefsteak to Black Truffle and cherry to Cherokee […]Read More