High Country Gardens on September 23rd, 2009

This Saturday at High Country Garden Stores in Albuquerque we are offering a free seminar on planting Trees and Shrubs. Fall is for planting! Find out why and what shrubs and trees to plant this fall. Go to our Events page here at The Xeric Gardener to get directions and a map to our store […]

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High Country Gardens on September 23rd, 2009

As part of our Fall Seminar Series at Santa Fe Greenhouses David Salman will explain how to grow delicious, healthy grapes and raspberries and which are the best varieties to grow in your New Mexico Garden. Check our Events page here at the Xeric Gardener for a map and directions to Santa Fe Greenhouses. We […]

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High Country Gardens on September 22nd, 2009

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David Salman on September 9th, 2009

Many years ago when I first became interested in ornamental grasses, I didn’t understand how to use them as a component of a landscape design. Now I use ornamental grasses all the time and have discovered how to combine them in the landscape with other plants. This seems to create a wonderful synergism that accentuates […]

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David Salman on September 8th, 2009

One of my favorite native genera is Zauschneria, also know by its common names such as Hummingbird Trumpet, Fire Chalice and California Fuchsia. (To botanists and botanically informed gardeners who read this blog, you’ll note that I have refused to lump them into the Fireweed genus Epilobium) Share on Facebook

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