Happy New Year!
Your Rewards Certificate is available now from January 2 - February 29
Check your email!!!!! The amount of your reward is based on retail purchases only from July 1 thru December 30, 2019 with a minimum purchase of $100 to earn a Rewards Certificate redeemable at any of our locations. The rewards you earned have been added to your account and the savings will be available for you to deduct from your next transaction. If you have questions about how your rewards were calculated, refer to our 2019 Rewards Brochure .
All Rewards expire on February 29, 2020.  If you have any questions, email customerservice@moananursery.com.
20% OFF Wild Birds Unlimited
Winter Super Blend
(reg. $29)
Rewards Member Special. Discount limited to supplies on hand.
Offer not valid with other discounts. No rain checks. Expires January 13, 2020.
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HOUSEPLANT OF THE WEEK & SAVE 20% or more!

January 2 - 8 Philodendron Cordatum 4"
$6.99 (reg. $9)
Follow Moana Nursery on Instagram or Facebook and find out the specially priced featured houseplant on Thursday of each week.
REWARDS MEMBER SPECIAL
South Virginia St. Store
Michael Roth
Steve Packer
Pyramid Way Store  
Michelle
Cartnick
Moana Lane
Jon Bruyn
Lisa Braginton
COUNTDOWN TO SPRING!
50% OFF

IN-STORE
PLANT DOCTOR CONSULTATION APPOINTMENT

Beat the spring rush and book a ‘one on one’
In-store Plant Doctor Consultation
appointment 50% off NOW! 

60 minutes: $75
(reg. $150)
30 minutes: $37.50
(reg. $75)
Your Houseplant and YOU Seminar 
Saturday, Jan. 11 
10 am - noon
Inside Pyramid Way Garden Center

Join Plant Doctor Michelle Cartnick for a tour & interactive discussion about the selection & care of the proper houseplants that will thrive in your home or office. 

Bring photos of your problem plants and/or locations where you want to place plants OR bring notes describing the natural light available and any plant issues you currently have. Share your stories of success or difficulties you’ve had growing your houseplants and learn from each other! We look forward to a lively & informative conversation with you. 

All registrants will receive a 20% OFF
on regular-priced houseplants and houseplant supplies
the day of the seminar.  
* All specials highlighted within this newsletter are limited to stock on hand. Discounts on regular retails. All offers expire January 31, 2020, unless otherwise noted.
30% OFF
EARLY SPRING BLOOMING
#15 ‘Chanticleer’ Flowering Pear  - Tree seasons of interest; showy white flowers in early spring; glossy green leaves in summer turn red in fall. Easy to grow; thrives in the high desert.
#15 ‘Snowdrift’ Crabapple   Four seasons of interest ; beautiful, compact spring-flowering tree with a profusion of pink buds opening to pure white flowers. Showy display of small orange-red, bird friendly fruit in fall and winter. Glossy green foliage turns yellow in fall. Excellent disease resistance. Effective as a single specimen or planted in groups.
#15 ‘Prairifire’ Crabapple   - Four seasons of interest with beautiful crimson flower buds and bright pinkish red flowers in the spring, orange/red fall color, showy bird friendly fruit in fall – winter. Disease resistant & easy-to-grow crabapple. Its 20’ X 15’ size makes it a versatile single specimen or a large scale display.
#15 ‘Krauter Vesuvius’ Flowering Plum - An ideal small tree with light pink flowers in spring and beautiful, dark purple-black summer foliage. Large enough to use as a front-yard tree on city lots or as a well-behaved street tree in high-density neighborhoods. Great ornamental accent for landscapes.
HOUSEPLANT OF THE MONTH
Haworthia     
This delightful, small succulent makes a very attractive houseplant for lower light conditions. These small, low growing plants form rosettes of fleshy green leaves that are generously covered with white, pearly warts or bands, giving them a distinctive appearance.
NEW ARRIVALS
Echeveria
Monstera deliciosa – Swiss Cheese Plant 
Monstera adansonii - Swiss Cheese Vine
Desert Rose
‘Twisted Sister’ Snake Plant
Variegated Heart Leaf Hoya

  • Be consistent and keep bird feeders full through the winter. Birds grow accustomed to visiting your feeders, especially in severe weather when the snacks you offer may mean their very survival. If you’ll be gone for an extended period, a combination of seed cylinders and seed blocks can feed the friends in your absence. Or ask a neighbor/friend to keep the feeders full.

  • Stamp down the snow below feeders. Ground-feeding birds such as dark-eyed juncos, doves, quail, and many sparrows will be able to gather up the seed that drop from the feeders if they don’t have deep snow to try to contend with.

  • Provide birds with a supply of high fat seed like Nyjer, Peanuts, Finch Blend and Supreme Blend to help them stay warm -- especially important when there is a heavy snowfall.

  • Regularly check plants for signs of damage from ice, snow, wind or animals and lack of winter water. 

  • Mulch perennial beds and roses with 2-4 inches of G&B Organics Soil Building Conditioner if not yet done.

  • Apply Bonide All Seasons Horticultural and Dormant Oil Spray to trees & shrubs to prevent insect infestation; use according to directions. 

  • Remove heavy snow loads from evergreen branches by gently sweeping snow off with a broom. If branches have been anchored to the ground, gently lift them from underneath with a broom. Avoid beating tree branches with any heavy tools.

  • Allow any ice that accumulates on tree branches to melt. Avoid cracking ice with heavy objects.

  • Light pruning of deciduous (leaves fall off in winter) trees & shrubs can be done this month. Wait until late winter or very early spring before buds break to do heavy pruning. Immediately prune back any branches damaged by snow and ice.

  • Most houseplants require less water and much less, if any, fertilizer, because of their slow growth during their semi-dormant period; violets and orchids are the exceptions.

  • Monitor houseplants for insect problems that often occur when plants become stressed due to insufficient light, overheated rooms or improper water and fertilizing techniques. Isolate new houseplants or gift plants before adding to your existing plants. Pests to look for include spider mites, scale, mealybugs, whitefly and fungus gnats. Moana recommends Bonide Systemic Houseplant Insect Control, Neem Oil or Insecticidal Soap: use according to labels.

EASY CARE INDOOR HOUSEPLANTS
WINTER WEED CONTROL
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JANUARY BIRD OF THE MONTH:        
Spotted Towhee      
Pipilo maculatus
Spotted Towhees have a thick, pointed bill, short neck, chunky body and long, rounded tail. Males have jet-black upperparts and throat while their wings and back are spotted bright white. Their flanks are rufous red with a white belly. Females have the same pattern but are warm brown where males are black. 

Spotted Towhees live year round in our area and can be seen in open, shrubby habitat with thick undergrowth; they are also at home in backyards with brushy or overgrown borders.

Their diet varies with the season. During summer, Spotted Towhees eat mainly insects, including beetles, caterpillars, moths true bugs and more. In fall and winter they also eat, acorns, berries, small fruits and seeds. To attract them to your yard, provide seed or a seed cylinder with mealworms and berries on a tray feeder close to the ground. 
INTERIOR PLANT SERVICES
DESIGN & MAINTENANCE   
                                  Preserved Moss & Artificial Boxwood 
Panels constructed of preserved moss and artificial boxwood are perfect for creating and designing wall art for both indoor and outdoor applications.
For a complimentary consultation Vicky Ross, Manager,
Interior Plant Services Design and Maintenance,
call 825-0602 x134 
ORCHID SOCIETY SHOW & SALE
Feb. 7 – 9: Orchid society of Northern Nevada Orchid Show & Sale    
Inside Moana Lane Garden Center
  •  Friday, Feb. 7: 9 am – 5 pm
  •  Saturday, Feb. 8: 9 am – 5 pm     
  •  Sunday, Feb. 9: 10 am – 2 pm
Two Orchid Society Seminars – held in Landscape Design Center Seminar Room:

Saturday, Feb. 8 - 10 am: Orchid Potting Seminar
Hands on demonstration of the best techniques for successfully repotting any species of orchid. Presented by Christine Iwahashi

Sunday, Feb. 9 - 11:30 am: Orchid Basics: What Works Best in Reno               
Learn lots of tips & tricks to grown and re-bloom beautiful plants in this informative “how to” class presented by Peter Gulash.
CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING
Will be available at 6 drop off sites throughout the Truckee Meadows region
December 26 - January 7, 2020: 9am - 4:30pm
Suggested donation of $3 is requested to help support this program.
Visit KTMB.org for details
You can also sign up for a Christmas Tree Recycling volunteer shift at ktmb.org/volunteer .
Better Plants. Better Advice. Better Results.


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