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The hardest thing about lockdown this spring was being unable to see and touch our babies in the nurseries. So we settled for calling in and curbside delivery to start getting our green on. Taos gardeners voted Petree Nursery and Greenhouses as the Best Nursery in 2020’s Best of Taos survey, which is where a whole lot of Taos gardeners go, because everything is locally grown, so the money stays in Taos. All Petree’s fans were itching to get into that 35-acre operation and see what Sylvia and Mike Petree and staff had worked on over the winter. more
For a time, I had four large plastic pots in my sun-soaked living room. I arranged them in a square and put a chair in the middle. In the pots I grew a jungle of shapely tomato plants, basil, thyme, carrots, daikon radishes and a random assortment of flowers. At some point I lost count of the hours I sat in that chair bathing in the tonic of the plant-laced scents of petrichor. more
Morgan Sanders, a massage therapist and owner of a local landscaping business in Taos, died of a suspected suicide at the Río Grande Gorge Bridge on Thursday (April 9), her family has confirmed. She was 37. According to an obituary her family sent to the Taos News on Wednesday (April 15), Sanders was born in Amarillo, Texas, on Nov. 8, 1982. more
Members of the Taos Heartwood Coalition came together over the weekend (April 4-5) to finish planting three crab apple trees and two Jefferson elms in Gusdorf Park. Funded by the Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos, the project provided reprieve from the COVID-19 pandemic through an investment in the park’s future. Certified arborist Felix Banuelos was joined by Beth Enson and David Gilroy to shovel holes and hoe soil for the Jefferson elms Sunday (April 5.)  more
Before the pandemic hit the fan last week, the Taos Seed Exchange provided a free community service to gardeners, farmers and seed enthusiasts on Saturday (March 14) at Earthgoods, 120 Bertha Street, Taos. more
I passed one of my neighbors on the road in the end of February. She said she had been enjoying my gardening articles in the paper but added that she only has a small flower bed in her courtyard. She was wondering when she should clean it up. I told her to look for this month's article about tasks for the garden, because now is the time to start. more
As I write this, the forecast is for another 89-degree day, the umpteenth in a row. A weak monsoon season has not brought relief each afternoon, so it seems like it will never cool … more
Mayor Dan Barrone was in attendance at the July 24 ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the repaired and reconstructed adobe wall in front of the Taos Center for the Arts at 133 Paseo … more
The Taos Lilac Festival has been celebrating the joys of springtime in Kit Carson Park since 2013. For the first time, this year’s festival ... more
Turning a parking lot into a “secret garden” is first-grade teacher Connie White’s dream come true. And now it’s bearing the fruit of a statewide STEAM organic farming … more
Felicia Ferguson said "the reopening of Lumina Sculpture Gardens started, as many things in life do, amid a torrent of events, which I found myself swept into like a rushing stream … more
Locals and visitors alike will have the chance to take a rare peek inside some of Taos' most beautiful dwellings and art galleries when Los Jardineros Garden Club of Taos presents its … more
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