Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Only 4 More Days - The Arboretum Tomé Open House

The Arboretum Tomé is a collection of rare trees endemic to the desert Southwest. Started by the founder of Trees That Please Nursery and Soil Secrets in the 80′s, the collection includes a huge variety of Oak trees, the genus Quercus, along with Redwoods, Giant Timber Bamboo, and Maples, including a Western native sugar maple called the Bigtooth Maple, Acer grandidentatum.

You are invited to see this unique collection of native high desert trees during our annual ‘Spring Fling in the Trees’ open house.


The Arboretum is a great place to spend some time under the shade of mature native trees, to study and observe, to be inspired, or to see the great variety of native landscaping trees the southwest has to offer. The Arboretum is also used as an outdoor classroom where lectures are performed. Tours are available for school field trips, students, academic professionals, and individual showings.


The Arboretum is the proving ground for Soil Secrets and contains a production nursery for Trees That Please Nursery. This botanical garden exhibits trees of the world which have been planted in soils that were formerly toxic clays. These soils were fixed using the products of Soil Secrets.



Our Spring Fling is Free
May 19th  9:30 to 4:00
Located at 9 Gilcrease Road, Los Lunas, NM 87031

Bring your sack lunch and enjoy the shade of  Fruit Trees, Redwoods, Maples, & Oaks.

Lectures at 10 am on Soil Building, Landscape Design, and
How to Successfully Plant Trees.

In the afternoon enjoy live music by Mike Montiel.

Visit our Website for more information and directions:  www.treesthatpleasenursery.com

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