David Salman on July 5th, 2011

Now that it’s officially summer, and the heat has arrived, we’re all looking for ways to stay cool. Well your garden plants are feeling the same way. And that’s where putting a blanket down can help; a blanket of mulch. Mulching is a well practiced gardening technique of covering the soil with some type of […]

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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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Penstemon ‘Blue Lips’ is a High Country Gardens introduction (new plant to the gardening world) for 2009. While many gardeners judge a plant by only by its flowers, ‘Blue Lips’ is an excellent example of a perennial that is both dazzling in flower and sublimely beautiful with just its foliage. Share on Facebook

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David Salman on February 2nd, 2009

I admit that I have a fascination with cold hardy succulents, ornamental grasses and other plant groups that for some gardeners, are just a bit off the beaten path. But it’s many of these same plants that are bringing a whole new look to American gardens. Share on Facebook

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