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.
We’ve received a new shipment of Bougainvilleas, Hibiscus and Citrus plants. These colorful tropicals and citrus bearing fruit plants not only make any room brighter, they make great Holiday gifts as well!
Come in and get the variety you are looking for. Ask our experts for advice on how to keep these tropicals healthy through the winter months.
One of the most important secrets to successful gardening in New Mexico is mulch, mulch, mulch. Composts make the best mulches because they improve the soil they cover. Bark mulches are used for decorative reasons or to hold compost mulch in place, but may interfere with nutrient cycling if directly in contact with the soil surface.
Payne’s recommends applying mulch around trees and in flower beds to add a layer of insulation from the cold as well as to serve as an evaporation barrier.
If you have a small area to cover, stop by either of our stores for bagged compost or mulch. For larger areas, Payne’s Organic Soil Yard offers compost and mulch by the truckload – bring your pick-up truck or we can deliver a dump truck full.
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Last week the Garden Guru discussed how we should do a little housekeeping in our gardens, especially raking the leaves on our lawns and gardens. It’s really important to make sure to clean up the leaves on your lawn so they don’t hold moisture. Listen to the Garden Guru to find out what else we need 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.