OUR NURSERY YARDS ARE BURSTING WITH NEW PLANTS AND TREES! STOP BY TODAY!
WE HAVE A PLETHORA OF ANNUALS AND PERENNIALS IN STOCK!
TROPICALS IN STOCK NOW!
WE HAVE NEW COLORFUL AND AMAZING TROPICALS AND HOUSEPLANTS IN STOCK.
JACK FROST MAPLE TREES IN STOCK!
|Photos: courtesy of Iseli Nursery|
|Jack Frost® maples are an exciting new collection of small to medium-sized landscape maple trees. This collection of maples has been hybridized over the last 20+ years, using Acer pseudosieboldianum as the foundation for hardiness, combined with the beauty of the branching structure and leaves of Acer palmatum. They have been evaluated and selected to tolerate the dramatic weather shifts in the upper Midwest of North America. |
The Jack Frost® collection of maples bring a new level of durability to a popular group of landscape trees!
PAYNE’S is currently offering 3 cultivars within this collection:
Ice Dragon Maple
Arctic Jade Maple
North Wind Maple
STOP BY EITHER LOCATION
AND GET YOUR MAPLE TREE TODAY!
GET YOUR GARDEN GROWING: FRESH STOCK OF FRUIT TREES NOW AVAILABLE!
CLICK HERE for a a list of our current fruit trees IN STOCK NOW!
Fruit trees in stock are from apples to pears, peaches to plums, we have a wide variety of fruit trees available that will suit any taste preference. Our trees are healthy, vibrant, and ready to bear fruit. Whether you’re an experienced gardener or just starting out, we have the perfect tree for your needs. We only stock those fruit tree varieties that produce fruit in our climate – USDA hardiness Zone 4.
Fruit trees are not only beautiful and ornamental, but they also offer many health benefits. They’re rich in vitamins and antioxidants, and can provide a sustainable source of fresh, organic produce right from your backyard.
At Payne’s Nurseries, we take pride in offering high-quality fruit trees that are sourced from trusted suppliers. We also offer expert advice on planting, care, and maintenance, so you can be confident in your purchase and ensure your trees thrive for years to come.
Stop by either location today and take home a beautiful fruit tree that will provide you with delicious and healthy fruit for years to come!
SHOULD WE CONSIDER JUNE AS PART OF OUR INTIAL PLANTING SEASON?
June is not too late to plant –ESPECIALLY since our growing season has been pushed out a bit. This Spring has been a short one — with unseasonably cooler temperatures and plenty of wind in May. So YES definitely there’s plenty of time to plant!
You can plant bush and climbing beans, calabacitas, eggplants, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, summer and winter squash, sweetcorn, tomatoes, zucchini, and anything else that you desire!
All of these are warm-weather vegetables that will catch up during this late planting season!
Climbing beans need support but they produce far more food over a longer period than bush varieties do in the same space. Plant tall sunflowers or sweetcorn now, then climbing beans about three weeks later. The beans will crawl up the stalks of the taller vegetables, saving you the expense and bother of beanpoles. You can also try planting in partial shade bolt-resistant lettuce and mixed salad greens (“mesclun”). Pick them young and plant on successive sowings.
JUNE WATERING TIPS!
Watering is best performed in the cooler times during the morning or evening. Remember, plants need 1.5-2 inches of water per week during hot weather, we’re talking about in-ground plants. Plants in hanging baskets, window boxes, and other containers, which rain does not moisten effectively when we have it, will need regular watering. Now with this hot weather … run all the hot water from the hose to keep from scalding the plants!
Here are some tips on how to water properly during the beginning of JUNE:
Please check your plants and make sure that they are receiving enough water. Without rain, here’s a list of watering techniques to consider:
* WATER LESS FREQUENTLY, MORE DEEPLY: Water thoroughly 1-2 times per week instead of a light application every day, in other words, soak the entire root zone.
* INSTALL A DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEM
* COLLECT AND CHANNEL WATER: Place rain barrels or other large containers under canales to catch roof run-off — IF we ever get any rain!!!
* GIVE EACH PLANT ONLY AS MUCH WATER AS IT NEEDS. But remember: new plantings need generous amounts of water to become established.
TJ’s TIP: Make sure to use a “slow” dripping watering technique with your hose or irrigation system. Don’t just spray all over the place like SCRUFFY in the photo. Keep the hose or other watering supplies closer to the plants … this way the water won’t evaporate so quickly during these windy and hot days!
VALERIE’S VIEW from the Greenhouse!
WANT WHAT MY NEIGHBOR HAS!
ASK THE GARDEN GURU?
|DO YOU KNOW WHY GERANIUMS ARE SANTA FE’S FAVORITE PLANTS?|
In this week’s archived show from previous years, the Garden Guru chatted about one of the most popular and easy to grow plants in Santa Fe are geraniums. Payne’s sells thousands of geraniums and it’s because they’re so colorful and they love Santa Fe’s climate!
The cool nights and the bright sunny days make them perfect for this climate and they’re really easy to grow! They require full SUN – a minimum of six hours a day and they will bloom all season long. But there is a trick to growing them so healthy. Listen to Lynn’s tip on his recommendation about transplanting and fertilizing geraniums.
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE GARDEN GURU’S ARCHIVED RADIO SHOW ON THIS TOPIC.
PAYNE’S PHOTO OF THE WEEK!
PHOTO OF THE WEEK!
Gorgeous Yellow Rose from Payne’s 2023 Season!
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ZODIAC SIGNS AND GARDENING? HERE’S THIS CYCLES PROFILE.
by The Old Farmer’s Almanac
Here’s THIS MONTHS ZODIAC SIGN PROFILE AND HOW IT CAN HELP YOU GARDEN:
GEMINI (MAY 21 to JUNE 20)
Gemini finishes the spring, but the sense that a change of seasons is near keeps you light and airy. Plants that mimic your style, such as dill, calendula, caraway, and parsley, are easy for you to grow and make your heart dance. Wild carrot and dandelion—whose airborne seeds swirl and twirl in the wind—bring joy and contentment. You find yellow flowers particularly captivating, and dashes of this color can be found liberally in your yard. Salads grace your evening meals (the quickness of “wash and eat” is indescribably tantalizing). Toss some calendula blossoms right in the bowl for an added dash of pizzazz and panache.