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Contact Information: Email us at: customerservice@ moananursery.com
Moana Lane Garden Center
The Florist, Greenhouse &
1100 W. Moana Lane, Reno
S. Virginia St. Garden Center
Outdoor Living, Tree Land & Moana Rock
11301 S. Virginia St., Reno
Pyramid Hwy. Garden Center
Spanish Springs Nursery
7655 Pyramid Hwy., Sparks
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
All three locations Including all 3 Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shops, TreeLand & Moana Rock. Pyramid Hwy. store closes at 5 pm. The Florist at Moana Lane is closed Sunday but great arrangements available in the cooler and orders taken by nursery teammates.
Landscape & Design Center
Water-Wise Irrigation, Hardscapes, Maintenance & Water Features
1190 W. Moana Lane, Reno
775-825-0602 X 134
NV Lic. #3379 A, D, E
CA Lic. #317448
Moana Nursery Rewards Members Only Special ...
Christmas Preview Open House!
1100 W. Moana Lane
Thursday, November 6th
9 am - 8 pm (see below)
15% Savings on All Bagged Potting Soils, Mixes & Mulches/Compost.
Limited to stock on hand. Discounts on regular retail price..
Timely, Local High Desert Tips ... Now is the Time To ... Plants in the ground -- especially newly planted trees, shrubs and perennials -- need the equivalent of one inch of precipitation per month. Plants in containers need more since they dry out faster. If natural precipitation does not arrive, this will be necessary throughout the winter for ALL plants. Visit this helpful link on high desert winter watering to read our fact sheet titled IF-13 Winter Watering.
The primary cause of so many dead trees seen in our area this year is the lack of consistent winter watering over the past several years. Without it, they become stressed and susceptible to disease and insects and die.
- Continue to plant spring blooming bulbs this month as weather and soil conditions permit; be sure to add Dr. Earth Bulb Food or Bone Meal, water well and mulch with Gardner & Bloome Soil Building Compost after planting.
- Cut to the ground all remaining dried perennial material not intended for winter interest; add to compost pile except for diseased plants and peonies.
- Add 3 - 4 inches of Gardener & Bloome Soil Building Compost to garden beds once the ground has completely frozen.
- Use Moelmax to repel burrowing rodents and Plantskydd to protect perennials from deer squirrels & rabbits.
- Turn irrigation systems off only when sustained freezing nights & no warm-up on the horizon. Water as long into winter as you safely can.
Christmas Preview Open House
1100 W. Moana Lane
9 am - 8 pm
Thursday, November 6, 2014
Join us for holiday cheer and inspired Christmas shopping as we kick off our Holiday Pet Giving Tree partnership with the Nevada Humane Society.
15 Minute How to Demos
10:00 Wreath Decorating
10:30 Fall/Winter Containers
11:00 Succulent Container
Exclusive Open House Savings for Rewards Members
Wine, local Pigeon Head beer & snacks catered by Fernando's Creative Food will be served in the afternoon and evening. Gourmet food tastings will be available throughout the day.
Nevada Humane Society: will be onsite from 11:00 am to 2 pm with pets and raffle off a pet gift basket.
Meet Local Artists: 5:30 - 8:00
Pamela Cruz combines many of her artistic talents in creating her gourd art, including scroll work, carving, weaving, painting, and photography. Terra cotta artist Bonnie Jamieson combines terra cotta and fused glass with a whimsical flair. Artwork by both artists will be available for sale.
Live Music: 6:30 - 7:30
The Galena High School Jazz Choir will perform from 6:30 to 7:30 pm.
Gift Drawings: All purchasers will be entered into drawing for 5 unique gift baskets.
From the Florist at Moana
New, Unique Offerings from the Florist at Moana Nursery
November is here.....send a pumpkin and they will be sure to cheer!!!!!
Or select from our custom designed bounty of fall arrangements. Call 775-825-0671 to place your order. We can deliver or you can pick up.
Deck the Halls ...
Yes, it is hard to believe, but Christmas is just around the corner! Come in and see our wide selection of festive holiday decor and ornaments to make your season sparkle.
|'Baby Blue' Spruce|
- Baby Blue Spruce, Serbian Spruce, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Burning Bush; Maiden Grass.
- Tillandsia, Amaryllis and Paperwhite holiday bulbs & Ivy topiaries.
|Dwarf Alberta Spruce|
By Bree LakeSucculents and tillandsia are great plants for creating fun and interesting Do-It Yourself projects since they can grow just about anywhere. Below are a few noteworthy projects to get the artistic gardener inspired.
Two fun ways to display them: make a recycled container or turn them into living jewelry.
Moana has a great selection of succulents and tillandsia at all three of our locations to get the artistic gardener inspired.
November Bird Of the Month: Black-billed Magpie
Magpies are black and white overall with blue-green iridescent flashes in the wing and tail. The upperparts are mostly black with a white patch in the outer wing and two white stripes ("backpack straps") on the back. Black-billed Magpies are slightly larger than jays with much longer, diamond-shaped tails and heavier bills. In flight, their wings seem to be too short to support their graceful flight. Magpies move in groups and give a variety of trill, cackle, and whistle calls. They flap steadily in flight, alternating deep and shallow wingbeats, and use their very long tails to negotiate abrupt turns.
Black-billed Magpies are widespread in towns, fields, and stream corridors of the West. They also concentrate in flocks at feedlots and other areas where food is easy to find.
Click here for the rest of Carmel's informative articles & local birds at www.reno.wbu.com . Sign up there for our monthly Wild Birds Unlimited Newsletter and more.
Gail's Plant of the Month: Amaryllis
This giant bulb is available in many colors for you to give as the perfect holiday gift. Just plant about a third of your bulb in soil, rocks or water and enjoy the bloom. Put one in a favorite pot with a couple of trailing ivy or pothos for a no fuss houseplant
Matt's Tree of the Month:
Black Hills Spruce
This slow growing, hardy and trouble free native of South Dakota will fit into any landscape and provide year-round beauty with its dense symmetrical shape and deep green needles. Black Hills Spruce endures extreme cold and is deer resistant.
*Seed Cylinders, Stackables, Seed and Suet Cakes -
Great source of food and energy for over-wintering birds.
*Excludes character seed cylinders and all Bark Butter products; offer expires 11/16/14.
Red Hots ... thru 11/16.
All Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Grasses & Perennials
30% Savings on Fall Bulbs - plant bulbs now to enjoy next spring and years to come!
50% Savings on All Pumpkins
Offers apply to full priced stock on hand
Save on Bonide Annual Tree & Shrub Insect Control
Apply now to protect your plants for one full year.
One quart $19.99 (reg. $24.99) (save $5.00)One gallon $57.00 (reg. $69.00 ) (save $12.00)
Home Improvement Specials:
#15 'Indian Magic' Crabapple (reg. $122) ... $59
|Gail's Gardening Tip: Put It To Bed |
Put your garden to bed with a blanket -- 3 to 4 inches of mulch. The mulch will help retain moisture in our cold, dry winters and protect the roots of your plants. As the weather warms, check on your mulched garden plants, uncover the crowns of the perennials but keep the roots protected. In mid-February add more mulch to help keep the weeds away, keep the moisture in and give your garden beds a manicured look that shows off your spring growing gardens.
Interior Plant Services - Resort at Squaw Creek
Commercial, Residential and Custom Resort Projects by Vicky Ross
Custom centerpiece with a mix of live and artificial plants designed for low light and minimal maintenance.
Call (775) 825-0602 ext.134 for more information.
20% Savings on Walk-on Bark and Flagstone
We are located right behind the Garden Center on South Virginia St. and are open 7 days a week. Call us at 775-853-1319 x 3.
- Walk-on bark is a great mulch for trees, shrubs, perennials and small fruits; it creates a favorable environment for earth worms and soil microorganisms. And tt can reduce water requirements up to 30%.
- Sunset Gold, Sunset Silver & Mesquite Charcoal flagstone, in the ¾-1 ¼ size, are perfect for walkways and patios.
- Need bulk material for your landscape project? We can deliver and spread!
Upcoming Seminars and Events:
Last Seminar of 2014
November 8: Ask the Plant Doctors
Join Lisa Braginton and Steve Packer, our arborists/horticultural experts who are also long time high desert gardeners for a Q&A. A few suggested topics are listed to help you with your own questions. Don't miss this opportunity to pick their brains!
- Watering. What IS the right way to do it?
- How do I pick out the right tree? Can't I just prune (branches and roots) that are too big?
- Does organic really matter? Doesn't' it' just let nurseries charge more?
- How do I have a green lawn in northern Nevada?
- What do I plant for birds/bees/butterflies? What do I plant to keep out deer/rabbits/squirrels?
- What are the most likely suspects for pests?
- BONUS: What is the secret to a beautiful yard, and why is all the information I find on the internet not working?
All seminars are free and held at Moana Nursery, 1190 W. Moana Lane, in our Landscape and Design Center unless otherwise stated. Seminars begin promptly at 10 a.m. and last one hour unless otherwise noted. Please arrive 15 minutes early as seating is limited to 60 and is first come, first served. Visit www.moananursery.com or call (775) 825-0602 for more information.
Plan & Plant
Now is the perfect time to use our Plan & Plant resource to easily design and get expert assistance for those dreams and changes you have for your yard. Take a look and see if it inspires you ... we all can be "landscape designers" with these simple tools.
Looking for ways to reduce your water usage by 10% or more?
Call 825-0602 x 134 to ask how we can tune up your irrigation system, or for more savings, ask about our Easy Turf ... truly superior artificial grass - - no watering.
Water Saving Lawn Hint ... Keep your grass longer this fall and "step on it" to see if it springs back. If it does, you don't need more water.