Monthly Archives: January 2016

But Nothing Will Grow There

The poor black walnut, Juglans nigra, is often maligned. People seem to roll their eyes when they see they have on in their yard, or have to contend with one in their recent project. Some dislike it because it is the first to lose its leaves in fall a sure sign that winter is coming. Others know that […]

Seasonal Interest

  Finally it is starting to feel like winter. During this mild weather the birds, chipmunks, squirrels and others have had an extended harvesting and caching season. In some landscapes it is a struggle for resident winter wildlife to find food that will sustain them through the coldest seasons. Often when planning a landscape the […]

Slow Season…What Slow Season? -or- Stop by and say Hello!

  There’s more to this plant growing business than sowing seeds and watering seedlings. During this time of the year is when we are out and about meeting new people and introducing them to New Moon Nursery. It can be a tough decision to make. Do we leave the farm, where seeds are being sown […]