Friday, November 21, 2014

Love Plants But Think They Require Too Much Care?

Not all plants require a great deal of care!

If you love plants but think they are just too hard to care for
 - then Trees That Please Nursery can help!

Consider an Indoor Succulent  as they are easy to care for and do not require constant fusing about the water. In fact, they prefer to be watered infrequently. We suggest that after you water them let the soil dry before watering again. They do not require a constantly moist or wet soil to thrive. In addition, if you can provide a bright room or window then a succulent might be right for your home or office space. 

Succulents are great house plants for people who are away from the home alot 
since they do not need to be constantly moist!


Come into the nursery and consider the many succulent varieties we propagate. We have large and small varieties, plain or fancy containers, green as well as multi-colored varieties.


Consider a succulent house plant as a gift for the upcoming holiday season!


Photos & Narrative By:
Stephen Sain  
Staff Plant Physiologist

Trees That Please Nursery
Albuquerque's Native Tree Source

We Have Living Christmas Trees!

We have Living Christmas Trees that will fit your Holiday Space or Budget!

We have Austrian Black Pines, Bosnian Pines, Scotch Pines, 
Ponderosa Pines, and Black Hills Spruce!


Enjoy our inventory at the nursery location in Los Lunas!
We are open daily until 4:00 PM.

Get the Best Shaped Holiday Tree - Shop Early!
Tree Planting and Care Sheets Provided With Every Sale!


Photos & Narrative By:
Stephen Sain  
Staff Plant Physiologist

Trees That Please Nursery
Albuquerque's Native Tree Source

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Looking For Living Christmas Trees?

We have a great collection of Living Christmas Trees 
sure to provide Holiday Cheer for your home and yard.

We have Austrian Black Pines


Black Hills Spruce


Scotch Pines


Bosnian Pines 


and Ponderosa Pines.


Our Living Christmas Trees are available in different sizes, 
designed to fit your Holiday Space or Budget. A Perfect fit for your 
Living Room or Den this Christmas Season. 
Enjoy that Pine Scent during the Holidays.



Stop by Trees That Please Nursery
For a Bit of Holiday Cheer!
Come Early For Best Selection!


Photos & Narrative By:
Stephen Sain  
Staff Plant Physiologist

Trees That Please Nursery
Albuquerque's Native Tree Source

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Looking For Variegated Plants?

Are you looking for plants with unusual leaves that really catch the eye?

Check out our variegated plants, that is our plants with different colored leaves...

We have Schefflera


Ficus


Geraniums


Vinca


Euonymous


Spider Plants


More Geraniums


to name a few.


Stop In and Check Out our collection of Variegated Indoor and Outdoor Plants Today.

We are open:

Monday - Saturday     9:00 - 4:30
Sunday                        11:00 - 4:30

Photos and Narrative By:
Stephen Sain
Staff Plant Physiologist

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Our Annual Sale Is On - Come And See The Show!

Our Annual Sale continues through October!
Most of our Trees and Shrubs are discounted 25%
Fruit Trees are discounted 10%


Lots of Fall Colors Showing Now - So Come And See The Show!


Many of our Texas Red Oaks Are Displaying Vibrant Reds, Maroons, and Orange.


Come And See The Show!
Our Texas Red Oaks Are Discounted 25%!!


Photos and Narrative by:
Stephen Sain
Staff Plant Physiologist

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Pomegranates?

Trees That Please Nursery has been growing a Pomegranate Tree that had it's origin in Afghanistan. It has been in the ground outside now for several years and even went through a winter where the low temperature reached -19 degrees F. This year it produced flowers for the first time in July and August.


Several small fruits were produced and we tasted it for the first time on October 25th, 2014.


Taste was tart sweet.

We hope to make this variety available in the near future. Prior to growing this pomegranate we have had the variety "Wonderful" planted but it has a tendency to die back to the ground each winter. This new variety does not die back to the ground during winter.

Follow this Blog for more information and availability.

Photos and Narrative By:
Stephen Sain
Staff Plant Physiologist


Monday, October 13, 2014

Pink Lady Apple Trees On Sale!

During October Pink Lady Apples are on Sale at Trees That Please Nursery!


The Pink Lady Apple tree, also known as Cripps Pink, was developed in Australia from a cross between Golden Delicious and Lady Williams. It is a late season apple ripening in October. In fact, at the nursery we have a few Pink Lady trees with ripe apples on them now.


These trees went through our late frosts this spring and managed to produce a few fruits. Pink Lady apple trees require a long, warm growing season for best growth and development so should be ideal for many areas around New Mexico.

Pink Lady apples are both sweet and tart to the taste. They are good for fresh eating, pies, and sauce. They will keep for about 3 months in cold storage.

Pink Lady apples are not self-fertile and so require a second different apple variety nearby for pollination.

If Pink Lady Apples are one of your favorites come in during our October Sale and save. We also provide planting and care descriptions with every purchase!

Open Daily until 5:00!
Call Us at 505-866-5027 for more information....

Trees That Please Nursery Serves the Albuquerque Metropolitan Area,
New Mexico, and the Southwest.

Photos & Narrative By:
Stephen Sain  

Staff Plant Physiologist