You might think August is too late in the year (or too hot) to plant in your garden. But given that monsoon season often stretches into August, now might be the perfect time to plant.
Plants that are native to the […]
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
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 […]
Xeriscape is a type of landscaping used to cultivate plants in a region that faces drought-like conditions and where it is advised to practice water conservation. The term is derived from a Greek word Xeroes, which means ‘dry’. It is […]Read More