Come and join us this Fri & Sat for the final weekend of the Urban farm Pop-up nursery. We have a nice supply of citrus, a few deciduous, bunches of moringa's, guava's, acerola cherries and more. Plus we have a nice supply of Bioflora organic compost - buy 3 get one free - and Bioflora organic fertilizer. Stock up now on this incredible locally made products - they don't go bad and can be used for all your compost and fertilizer needs. Check out this link for all the specifics:…See More
"Interestingly some trees just tale a little longer to bud out. Like the pecans - literally are budding ut yesterday. Be patient with it. If you are really concerned prune it back a ways - that always helps."
I downloaded your planting calendar and have found it extremely helpful. I would like to plant some heat loving black eyed beans but I am having trouble locating seed. Any suggestions? thanks!
Greg, I want to talk to you about a pear tree. I have a Winter Nellis Domestic, but it needs a pollinator. Is it too late to order thorugh your winter order? Do you have any suggestions for a pollinator for my tree? Thanks Jim Hogan
I attended the tree seminar on 11/10 and then order trees online. I overheard you telling Ellen that you would be willing to do a site visit for $150. I live near Warner and Kyrene in Tempe and would like to have you do one for me if you are interested. I have some flexibility in that I run a home-based business coaching practice. Is this something you might want to do?
We had such a great experience at your place today! Thank you for sharing your home and your knowledge. I have learned so much about trees this week and have determined that I have 'loved' my garden and my trees with too much water... I'm sure I've killed 5 large trees over the past few years by rotting out the rootball. What you said about the 1930's two week citris irrigation schedule was an eye opener. After seeing your place today I am starting over with a new philosophy...don't water unless they ask...I will practice listening...=0)
I am trying to order trees and have them in the cart. When I use my sign in it is not taking it. I can log into this site but not the shopping cart. It's saying there is no match for the email or password.
I've tried to open the pdf- docs on the trees but it says they may be corrupt and won't open. I am able to open all other pdfs online so I don't think it's my system. Can you please help me?
Hi Greg...Our quarterly charity collections are drawing to a close at Ernst & Young (July 1-September 30). Just wanted to let you know that it looks like we've collected over $1200 for the Phx Permaculture guild. The organizer has a few more people to hit up for unpaid monies, needs to get it all organized, and then I'll get in touch with you to hand it over. Probably a couple of weeks from now. Talk to you soon. --martha jenkins (602-451-8479)
For those of us who cannot attend the fruit tree class, could you put a quick little synopsis here or somewhere about selecting trees and a couple of the important items you feel we should know in choosing trees. I don't know if it's your file or mine but when I try to load the pdf tree lists it's telling me they are corrupted. Can you check that for me? Thank you so much!