November 2018 By Scott Canning, Horticulture and Special Projects Director November is still a good time to plant or transplant deciduous trees and shrubs. It is getting too late to transplant conifers, because they continue to transpire (lose water from their needles) through the winter and suffer from the root-pruning that invariable accompanies transplanting. They [...]
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Nina Katz Many of you have met Nina Katz, our New Mexico Youth Conservation Core (NMYCC) Lead. This month, we will have to say “so-long, farewell” to Nina as her 6-month term with us is ending. Nina has been a pivotal part of our team, from leading the NMYCC team of seven members in [...]
The Garden Journal on KSFR 101.1FM A lively, entertaining, and informative gardening radio talk show with four rotating hosts each month. Each week we talk with local, regional, or national experts about timely gardening and environmental topics relevant to Santa Fe and northern New Mexico gardeners. The Santa Fe Botanical Garden hosts the first Saturday [...]
SANTA FE, NM – The Santa Fe Botanical Garden is venturing out of the flowerbeds and into the recording studio. In partnership with the Santa Fe Master Gardener Association, the Botanical Garden is hosting a monthly episode of The Garden Journal on KSFR 101.1FM. On the first Saturdays of each month, the Botanical Garden will [...]
October 2018 By Scott Canning, Horticulture and Special Projects Director To repeat from last month: Your continued work in the garden will pay future dividends. Remember that terrifying adage: “One year to seed; seven years to weed!" At this late point in the season, you can save yourself some effort by simply removing the flowers [...]