Using living trees instead of fresh-cut trees to decorate for the holidays has increased in popularity. More than half of my local Christmas tree sales are for living trees that will be planted in January. Because of their waxy needles and high internal pitch, most conifers need surprisingly little … [Read more...] about Planting Your Christmas Tree After the Holidays
Watters Garden Center Prescott
You used to need a lot of land to grow fruit trees. Most standard-sized fruit trees mature at a height and width of between 18-25 feet. Not only do trees of this size require a big chunk of your garden, they are too tall to prune and spray without a ladder. Dwarf and semi-dwarf fruit trees have made … [Read more...] about Should You Plant a Fruit Tree?
Ken Lain of Watter's Garden Center offers Monday Garden, offering tips and insights to northern Arizona's unique outdoor landscapes. Watch the new arrivals for fall video. More information at Watters Garden Center, 1815 Iron Springs Road. (928) 445-4159 … [Read more...] about Monday Garden with Ken Lain