High Country Gardens on March 29th, 2013

Continue reading about Three Spectacular Perennials for Hot, Sunny Locations

The flowering Phlox are some of our finest native perennial wildflowers families. Most well known are creeping Moss Phlox from the Eastern US, Phlox subulata and the much adored  and sweetly scented Garden Phlox, Phlox paniculata.  Less well known are our native Phlox from the Western US. Living in cold, high elevation Santa Fe, NM […]

Continue reading about Phlox nana ‘Perfect Pink’ ; Tough, beautiful, waterwise and the 2013 High Country Garden Plant of the Year!

Mike Lizotte on March 15th, 2013

Now that High Country Gardens has teamed up with American Meadows, one of the most well-respected providers of wildflower seeds in the country, it’s time to talk seed! With our new partnership not only will we continue to feature our customer favorites such as our ‘No Mow’ Lawn Mix and ‘Native Western Wildflower Mix’ but […]

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High Country Gardens on March 8th, 2013

We Americans love our lawns.  But more and more homeowners are looking to reduce the time they spend maintaining their patch of grass and spending less for water and maintenance.  Fortunately there has been a lot of research done over the past few decades with all these goals in mind. ‘Legacy’ Buffalo grass is an […]

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High Country Gardens on March 1st, 2013

With so many people I know, 2012 was a hugely transitional year. And with transition comes change. And change was a part of my life as well. After 30 years of running the family owned retail garden center, nursery and production greenhouse, I closed Santa Fe Greenhouses due to hard economic times and years of […]

Continue reading about The 20th Anniversary of High Country Gardens; A transition to the future