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Water Plants Small Ponds

Water Plants for Small Ponds.   Most water plants are not susceptible to insects and or diseases.  Placing KOI, Goldfish, and Carp will help keep most insects away.  Fish poop will also help provide fertilizer for your pond plants. You can get these fish at your local pet store. Here are a list and photos of […]

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Best organic soils

Quit looking for the best organic soils…we have it right here at Guzman’s Garden Centers.  Located in Las Cruces, NM.  If you don’t live nearby ask for it at your local nursery.   Ocean Forest ™ organic soil is blended with premium earthworm castings, bat guano, and Pacific Northwest sea-going fish and crab meal. Composted […]

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Chilean Mesquite Tree

Chilean Mesquite Tree

The Chilean Mesquite also called a thornless Mesquite tree (Prosopis chilensis) does very well in the southwestern United States. It will grow to about 40’ft. tall and 40ft’ wide. It is a thornless mesquite tree and provides lots of good shade during the hot summer months.  A very majestic looking tree for home landscaping. It […]

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Plant Root Stimulator

Plant Root Stimulator

What is “plant root stimulator”?  Is it a vitamin for plants? Or is it just a type of fertilizer?  So how does it work? Do I really need to use it? Good questions? Without a good root system, your plants will have a tuff time growing and thriving. What is Plant Root Stimulator? It works by […]

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The Hardy Hibiscus Plant

The Hardy Hibiscus Plant (Hibiscus moscheutos) Also called Rose Mallow and Swamp mallow. The hummingbirds love this plant! It loves to be in water but once established it will become drought tolerant. It starts to bloom around summer and continue to bloom until October.  A fast-growing plant that is perfectly suited for the southwestern heat. How Tall and […]

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The Carolina Jessamine Vine

The Carolina Jessamine Vine. Is a showy spectacular display of fragrant, bright yellow flowers.  A well-mannered vine that climbs beautifully on a trellis, arbor or over fences and walls without smothering surrounding trees and shrubs. A showy vine that will add color during the late winter seasons.  It does not mind the cold weather. It can […]

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Grow Christmas Cactus

Grow Christmas Cactus

How to Grow Christmas Cactus (cacti Schlumbergera).  This plant is grown for its colorful blooms from white, bright pink, and deep dark red blooms and because the blooming season is right around Christmas time, thus its name.  It will also bloom again in mid-spring… it’s then called a spring cactus. The Christmas cactus is in the succulent […]

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5 Kinds of Plants for Your Landscape Business

5 Kinds of Plants for Your Landscape Business

5 Kinds of Plants for Your Landscape Business.  If you have a passion for lawn care and landscaping, you’re probably in the business already or are about to go into business. You’ll need a beginner guide (linked below) and you’ll need some ideas for what types of plants you will want to provide and install […]

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The Benefits of gas hedge trimmers

Benefits of Using Gas Hedge Trimmers

Benefits of Using Gas Hedge Trimmers Keeping the hedge requires time and effort. The best gas hedge trimmer will complement your personal needs. Most gas hedge trimmers are durable and powerful machines helping you do the trimming of your hedges, fast and easy. Whether you are looking to a purchase a machine for commercial or […]

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Shumard Red Oak information

Shumard Red Oak information

Shumard Red Oak information (Quercus shumardii).  Most Oak trees are slow to moderate growing the Shumard Red Oak is one of the faster-growing oak trees.  Turns a brilliant red-orange during the fall seasons it will drop its leaves once the winter season arrives. Where to place the Shumard Red Oak? A good tree for the southwest […]

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