Hurry In! Our New Mexico RISTRAS are Going Fast!

Hurry in because these Ristras are going fast! ristraz1Stop by the St. Michael’s location for a beautiful selection of fresh Ristras, grown right here in New Mexico! From long and short Ristras to beautiful wreaths.

These handmade Ristras are not sprayed with any products/chemicals and are perfect for using in your culinary creations! Only available at Payne’s South.

What To Do in November!

For garden enthusiasts wrenbirdNovember means end-of-the-year yard cleanups, and the last bulb, tree and shrub plantings of the year. Here are some ideas on what to do with:

BIRDS/WILDLIFE

Stock up on birdseed!
To protect feeders from bird-hunting cats, or squirrels, hang up feeders away from trees and easily climbable structures, as high off the ground as possible.

If cats and squirrels aren’t a problem, hang feeders near evergreen trees or shrubs so the birds can have winter cover while they feed.

Repair or throw out damaged bird feeders and get new ones.

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Growing Herbs Indoors!

The approaching Northern basil1New Mexico Winter doesn’t mean an end to fresh herbs, just a relocation. Fresh herbs can be grown indoors and their easy care, decor, accessibility, and economic savings make them even more appealing.

If you don’t have an outdoor herb garden that you plan to transfer inside you can create a new one by getting a variety of ready to plant herbs at either of our Payne’s Nurseries.

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The Garden Guru Discussed What Outdoor Chores We Should Still Be Doing?

lynnonradioREVLast week the Garden Guru discussed outdoor chores before the winter. He suggested many clever things that what we should do with our outdoor pots. Listen in and see what other items are on Lynn’s list of “THINGS TO DO NOW!”

Tune in every Friday on KHFM Radio (95.5 FM) between 4 and 5 pm you’ll hear Lynn Payne’s tip of the week. The “Garden Guru” himself provides information on different topics including gardening tips, fun facts about plants, how to plant and prepare your garden for each season and special announcements.