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Trees That Please Nursery - After The Wind!

On A Windy At Trees That Please Nursery This Is What You Might See  You Gotta Look Quick As We Fix'em Fast!
Walk Through The Nursery & Help Us Pick Up Some Fallen Trees!
Napping Purple Leaf Plums On A Pillow Of Mulch!

Sleeping Junipers

Resting Cypress!

One Gallon Gambel Oaks - Tripping Hazard!

Black Hills Spruce Catching A Snooze

Peach Tree Down

Apple Turn Over!


Trees That Please Nursery is open Daily until 5:00 pm.
We are located in Los Lunas, New Mexico on Highway 47,  about 4 miles south of the Albertson's - BIG 5 shopping center.
3084 Highway 47 Los Lunas, NM 87031
Photos and Narrative By: Stephen Sain Staff Plant Physiologist
Trees That Please Nursery A Retail and Wholesale Nursery Serving Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, and Belen Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Cacti, Perennials, Gardening Advice

Consider These Flowering Plant Combinations!

Trees That Please Nursery suggests that you use  Flowering Plant Combinations in your Landscape. 
Flowering Plant Combinations add texture, depth, and color!
Use these Flowering Plants together:
Spanish Broom and Mexican Hats

Jupiter's Beard and Mexican Hats

Honeysuckle and Day Lilies

We Invite You To Come in and see all the flowering plants we offer!
Trees That Please Nursery is open Daily until 5:00 pm.
We are located in Los Lunas, New Mexico on Highway 47,  about 4 miles south of the Albertson's - BIG 5 shopping center.
3084 Highway 47 Los Lunas, NM 87031
Photos and Narrative By: Stephen Sain Staff Plant Physiologist
Trees That Please Nursery A Retail and Wholesale Nursery Serving Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, and Belen Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Cacti, Perennials, Gardening Advice

Huge Water Savings On Baja Grapes June 2015

Grape production on TerraPro treated vines. 

Now watering every three weeks instead of every 4 days before treated.  

Non treated control row production on same 3 week water schedule. 

TerraPro Treated typical row on San Vicente Ranch. 
Regards 
John Miller California Soil Secrets Distributor Spec International (520) 825-3717 or  520 240-1841 email specintlinc@aol.com.

Would You Like To Leave A Footprint In The Year 2715?

Trees That Please Nursery grows the Columnar English Oak (Quercus robur var. Fastigiata) from acorns.
The Columnar English Oak has a lifespan of 700 years.
So If You Would Like To Leave A Footprint In The Year 2715 Plant A Columnar English Oak!
Our Nursery Staff  just up-potted a couple hundred

into 5-gallon containers.

This oak is a native to Europe. It has an upright and narrow columnar growth form.


It can grow to 50 to 60 feet in height and about 10 to 15 feet in width. It makes a good substitute for the Lombardy poplar but with super long lifespan and no root suckers popping up around the yard.

Plant them at the entrance to your property like giant Roman Pillars or Columns. The Columnar English Oak grows best in full sun and needs regular to low water. It is hardy to USDA Zone 4

Photos and Narrative By:
Stephen Sain
Staff Plant Physiologist
Trees That Please Nursery A Retail and Wholesale Nursery Serving Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Los Lunas, and Belen
Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Shrubs, Cacti, Pe…

Organic Cotton in Big Lake Texas, treated with TerraPro.

Here's another Proof of Concept of how Humic Acids that are bio-identical supramolecular can actually improve the soils ability to manage water to the crops advantage.   This works equally well in urban landscaping as it’s the supramolecular chemistry of these carbon rich high thermal energy molecules that actually make a soils ecology functional and habitable. These molecules have many Mechanisms of Action, including functioning as chemical shuttles and participating as Oxygen electron donor and acceptor systems helping with microbial respiration in the soil.   
Organic Cotton in Big Lake Texas, treated with TerraPro: 
On the left in the photo below is the part of the field treated with  450 pounds of TerraPro per acre.  

Treatment was done after the cotton germinated and was a few inches high.  The granular TerraPro was surface broadcast and not incorporated into the soil, as the site has buried drip irrigation.  The right hand side of the field was not treated with TerraPro, but bo…