David Salman on August 22nd, 2008

The Blue Orchard Mason Bee is a native species found throughout the US. This mighty pollinator, doing the work of 120 European honey bees, is not affected by many of the maladies harming honey bees. To attract and build a population of these industrious native bees in your garden you need two basic elements: flowers […]

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High Country Gardens on August 22nd, 2008

It’s that time of year—everything’s blooming and the greenery couldn’t be better. Still, a few more things can be done to perk up the mid-summer garden. Share on Facebook

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High Country Gardens on August 22nd, 2008

Historical writings give glimpses of the kinds of plants in earlier environs. For example, when the Spanish conquistadors crossed the Rio Puerco just west of Albuquerque, they wrote of wading through chest-high water and walking among grass that brushed the bellies of their horses. That same area today is a mere a trickle of water […]

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