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Gardening Advice in Las Cruces

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Free Gardening Advice in Las Cruces

Our website has a ton of free gardening advice in Las Cruces New Mexico.   We are located in the Southwest portion of New Mexico elevation 3,908 feet. The population of Las Cruces is over 100,000 thousand.  Our gardening advice is for those who live in the lower elevations of the Southwest.

The southwest region is typically poor soil conditions.  The air is dry and moisture is low.  It is a challenge for most folks to grow things but with the right gardening information, you can grow just about anything here that will grow elsewhere.

One thing you can do right now is to join our Southwest gardening newsletter – it’s free.  You will receive gardening tips for the southwest or anywhere else for that matter.  Join Here. 

Where exactly is the Southwest?

According to Wikipedia, the Southwest is actually many states and regions.

Broad definitions have included nearly a quarter of the United States, including Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah. Narrowly defined, the “core” Southwest is centered on Arizona and western New Mexico, the extreme western part of Texas, and the very southern parts of Colorado and Utah.

Gardening Advice in Las Cruces


Our gardening tips are for all the above states and regions.


Come by today and ask our friendly staff for details on trees, shrubs, bedding plants and everything else in-between.

Find our garden centers in Las Cruces New Mexico

Find your gardening zone here – Plant Hardiness Zone

Month to month gardening tips – Southwest Monthly Gardening Tips

Or you can ask our friendly staff or Gary by filling out the form at Contact US

 

 

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