What Payne’s Grows Here

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Payne’s Nurseries and Greenhouses of Santa Fe, New Mexico is a full-service nursery that operates two retail Garden Centers and a bulk organic soil yard. We have been in business since 1952, and Payne’s philosophy is well-known throughout northern New Mexico: offer top quality products at the best possible prices and provide knowledgeable, helpful service from our professional staff.  ¡Y nos hablamos Español!

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One of the greenhouses at Payne’s South store
on St. Michael’s Drive

Some of the things we grow include:

  • Perennials including flowering plants
  • Annuals such as petunias, daisies,  geraniums and many more
  • Herbs such as basil, oregano, thyme, mint, rosemary and many more
  • Seasonal bedding plants such as alyssum, marigolds, pansies and many more
  • Seasonal vegetable starts including a variety of chile plants as well as “heirloom” or open-pollinated tomatoes, selected for their superior flavor and ability to ripen in our unique climate.peppers

CLICK here for our 2016 list of Terrific Tomatoes!

CLICK here for our 2016 list of Plentiful Peppers!

We also grow seasonal blooming plants including

  • Poinsettias in a wide variety of colors and sizes
  • Easter lilies
  • Amaryllis, paperwhite narcissi, tulips, daffodils, and many more bulb plants
  • Many tropical houseplants, cacti and succulents

We also offer:

  • A complete range of seed-starting and container growing supplies
  • A wide variety of pest and disease management products, both conventional and organic
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    Gorgeous poinsettias are grown in Payne’s greenhouses beginning in early July so they are big, beautiful and ready for decorating beginning in late November.

    Bagged goods such as soil amendments and fertilizers, both conventional and organic, selected for Northern New Mexico soil conditions

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Pansies and violas ready for spring planting in one of Payne's greenhouses.

Pansies and violas ready for spring planting in one of Payne’s greenhouses.