Thursday, November 30, 2006
The first day of December brings chilly temperatures to Mission Hills Nursery and even chillier ones to Moose Creek Nursery. Our freshly cut Christmas Trees have been arriving from Washington with the last batch still covered in snow. Something fairly new to the holiday scene in San Diego is the Nordman fir, some call it the best Christmas tree as it doesn't drop it's needles. If you are looking for a natural looking tree come in and check them out. We also have Blue Noble Firs, Green Noble Firs, Fraser Firs and the original Douglas Fir.
Delivery and removal of Christmas trees is as easy as a phone call to either of our locations. A fairly new poinsettia this season Visions of Grandeur is getting positive reviews from our customers.
Getting back to the temperatures, be sure to cover your frost sensitive plants when frost is expected and water your plants, remember just the soil not the foliage.
Thursday, November 02, 2006
Have you driven or walked past Mission Hills Nursery and noticed the upper lot is empty?
What is going on you may have asked yourself? Are they going out of business?
NO we are getting ready for Christmas trees. In just over 2 weeks we will be receiving our first load of fresh trees from Washington.
Not to worry though we are still in the nursery business. Our employees are ready to help you find just the right plant, bag of soil or pottery you need.
Stop by either Mission Hills Nursery or Moose Creek Nursery and pick up a FREE package of California Poppy seeds compliments of bewaterwise.com while supplies last.
We are looking for holiday help, if you enjoy the fresh smells of Christmas stop by and see Toni