101 Alameda NW, Albuquerque, NM 87114 - Get Directions!

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The right tree for your yard.

At Jericho Nursery, you’ll find a wide variety of trees and shrubs perfect for your Albuquerque, New Mexico area home or business landscaping needs.

Trees & Shrubs

We SO STRONGLY believe in compost and root stimulator that we TRIPLE OUR WARRANTY on your plants when you buy and use these products. Our 30 day warranty is TRIPLED TO 90 DAYS when you buy and use these products in September, October, and November. IF you buy a deciduous tree that would still be dormant when the 90 days is up, we guarantee that tree will leaf out in Spring (April/May).

GENERAL Planting Guide

This guide is GENERAL; when it’s hot & you’re thirsty, so are your plants.

  1. Dig a hole about twice as wide but only as dep as the soil level of the container. This can fluctuate on large containers & B&B trees. The plant should end up at ground level.
  2. Mix native soil about 50/50 with compost to back fill around the root ball. Then make a well about 3 inches deep around the plant for maintaining water. The well should be approximately 2 to 3 feet in diameter.
  3. Water heavily at the time of planting, if it’s hot, water daily for 2-3 weeks. Then slowly reduce watering to 3-4 times weekly.
  4. Use root stimulator once weekly for AT LEAST a month. Longer is always better. PLEASE, please, please be sure to winter water, once every week over the winter.

Let the green
be seen!

From flowering trees like beautiful purple robe locusts, red buds to desert willows; shade trees like ash, maples, willows and cottonwoods, our expert staff can recommend the right tree for your yard. We also carry a large selection of hardy fruit trees for our garden zone, as well as the fertilizers and supplies to help produce a bountiful crop.

Shop our expanded greenhouses on Alameda just east of Second Street for trees as well as a huge selection of shrubs that grow well in New Mexico. From boxwood to rosemary, crepe myrtle to rose of Sharon, Indian hawthorn to many colors of fragrant lilacs, forsythia and spirea among many others, you’ll find the color and shape to enhance your garden.

Looking for xeriscape plants for your southwestern garden or areas that receive a lot of direct sun and little water? Our xeriscaping plants include a variety of cactus, ocotillo, yucca, chamisa, sages, and grasses to provide color variation and movement within the space. Many of our shrubs and perennials also work well in xeriscapes, including lavender, cotoneaster, butterfly bush, apache plume and Indian blanketflower.

Browse our photo gallery below for trees and shrubs you’ll find at Jericho Nursery and shop our expanded greenhouses on Alameda, just east of Second Street, or our Pan American and Osuna location,. You’ll also find a huge selection of flowering annuals, perennials, roses, garden art and gifts, pots and pottery, fountains, and landscaping needs.

At Jericho Nursery, we’re your Gardening Angels, providing All Your Yard and Garden Needs™ for New Mexico gardeners.

Tree Tips From Rick Hobson

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Types and Uses of Shrubs

Types and Uses of Shrubs

There are many common forms of shrubs that can spruce up your outdoor landscaping and may offer other benefits and uses. Pyramidal shrubs are triangular shaped and have many leaves. They are common to many types of coniferous trees, such as junipers. Pyramidal shrubs...

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Watering and Transplanting Trees and Shrubs

Watering and Transplanting Trees and Shrubs

Watering Watering is one of the most important parts of landscaping, especially in New Mexico. Often our trees and shrubs do not get enough water because we are watering frequently, but not deeply. It is better to water deeply and infrequently to will encourage the...

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All You Need to Know about Fruit Trees

All You Need to Know about Fruit Trees

Taking care of your fruit trees is important to their fruit yield and overall health. Here are a few tips on what your fruit trees need. Planting Fruit trees that are bought in containers can be planted year-round! All they need is well-prepared soil  and water....

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