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To our returning employees, we send warm greetings and a big thank you for joining us for another season. We truly value your experience and loyalty. To our new employees, we hope to share with you the excitement of learning your job, meeting new people, and lots of fun working with plants, trees, and flowers.

Yes, we will have another frost, but there's SO MUCH you can do in April. Click on the image above to see all the details.

Not a Tomato

Effective today, you can grow cannabis on your property in New Mexico. As we understand it, you can have 12 plants per adult who lives in the home, but you will need to do some research to make sure you know the rules. No, we don't sell the plants, but we do have soils, amendments, fertilizers, and specialized knowledge to help you succeed if you decide to give it a try.

Apologies...

...but we know you expect a lot of full blooms on your roses when you take them home, and growing conditions at the Weeks rose nursery in California have delayed the bloom, so our delivery will be 8 to 10 days later than expected.

Be sure you sign up for our Text Alerts - we'll do a special broadcast as soon as we are unloading the truck!

Don’t be fooled by the size of the box! We have had customers report that they have seen ‘big box’ prices on some items actually higher than our full service prices. Just like all locally owned small businesses, we really appreciate your patronage, and when we save you money on a particular item, that’s a bonus for both of us.

We are receiving a huge order of locally grown (Corrales) perennials today, so they are hardened for our climate and can handle our next cold evening. Average last frost April 17, latest recorded frost May 10.

You'll find them arranged alphabetically by botanical name. Gallons are $14.99 and quarts $7.99 (same price as last year). We do have some PREMIUM perennials at $19.99 in a special display as you enter our perennials section.

We look forward to seeing you again soon!

Richard, Jennifer, and Your Gardening Angels


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