High Country Gardens on January 17th, 2014

Bulbs provide gardeners with a quick and generally inexpensive way to add color to our gardens and landscapes.  There are two groups of bulbs we use throughout much of the United States; Fall planted bulbs that bloom from early spring to early summer (Daffodils, Tulips, Allium, Muscari, Crocus and many others) Spring planted bulbs that […]

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David Salman on October 2nd, 2009

This Mediterranean native bulb commonly known as Lily of the Field or Winter Daffodil provides a brief but fabulous bit of color in the fall xeriscape. The large, deep yellow, six petaled flowers appear suddenly in late September here in Santa Fe’s high elevation, short season Zone 6 climate. (They bloom later in warmer areas.) […]

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David Salman on March 5th, 2009

  It’s a wonderful time of creation, enjoyment, and confusion. Our constant mixture of warm temperatures and cold winds and nights makes it difficult to decide what to do and when.   As a quick guide, check through this brief list. Share on Facebook

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