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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote High Desert Companion Plants How do we know what plants will be successful or what plants can be planted together in our High Desert Landscapes? Luckily Mother Earth and Mother Nature have demonstration gardens all around us that show what combinations of plants grow well together. Plants that “Grow Well Together” means are successful in the same soil, temperature, and moisture conditions. We hiked the Pino Trail on the West Side of the Sandia Mountains. High Desert Companion Plants growing in the area where mesa meets mountain were recorded in the attached video. High Desert Companion Plants recorded in this video include: Apache Plume Bear Grass Chamisa Claret Cups Club Cholla Clump Grasses Gambel Oak Gray Oak Mountain Mahogany Pinon Pine Prickly Pear Three Leaf Sumac Tree Cholla Turbinella Oak Trees That Please Nursery specializes in growing these native plants. Contact the nursery for more information and pricing. Video Rating: / 5

3 Comments

  • IdahoViewing 1 year ago

    Um, where is the DIALOG??????????

  • Soil Secrets 1 year ago

    The Pino Trailis on the West Side of the Sandiasnot the East. It is correct on our blog and elsewhere but did not get it corrected here. Thanks for the catch!

  • Desert DAC 1 year ago

    Isn't that the west side of the Sandia Mtns, not the east?

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