Sandoval County, New Mexico

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What kind of plant is this

This plant is coming up in several spots in my yard. Just wondering what it is.

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Sandoval County New Mexico about 4 years ago

watering a palm yucca

I just had a palm yucca planted in my front yard in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Do I need to water it?

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Sandoval County New Mexico almost 5 years ago

Hybrid cottonwood

I have a young cottonwood, bought from a nursery as a hybrid cottonless tree. Planted 4 years ago. Noticed this year that leaves on one quarter of the tree are much larger. Tree is healthy and thriving otherwise.
What is causing this? Will it become an issue?

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Sandoval County New Mexico almost 2 years ago

pruning chamisa

How should I prune an over grown Chamisa?

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Sandoval County New Mexico almost 2 years ago

Chamisa root structure

Please describe for me the root structure of chamisa. Do the roots extend out to tips of branches as they do in a tree? Are they a compact root ball like sanseveria? Are they a large woody mass like yuccas?

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Sandoval County New Mexico almost 5 years ago

Daylilies= What type of soil should I be using for planting a bed of...

Daylilies= What type of soil should I be using for planting a bed of numerous, Daylilies.

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Sandoval County New Mexico about 5 years ago

Larvae

Can u identify what bugs these will be??
Thank u!!

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Sandoval County New Mexico about 2 years ago

Bees weakening and killing 50 year old cottonwood trees

I work on a 56 acre recreation park. Three years ago we had a cottonwood tree that had to be over 50 years old. The tree fell half way down the main trunk, approximately 30 feet up. Where the tree was weakened and broke there was a huge bee nest in it. The bees were everywhere, thousands of bees. There was no honey comb. What kind of bees were these?

That colony of bees apparently moved to another tree and made it their home and 2 days ago THAT tree fell. Now the bees are searching for another tree and there are many to be found.

How do I get them out of our park? We have hundreds of families in the park every year. We have been lucky that those trees did not fall on anyone.

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Sandoval County New Mexico about 4 years ago

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