Popular Ways to Use Your Stone Fruit

Posted by Jessica Downs on 3/8/19 8:00 AM

Benefits of Growing a Personal Fruit Garden

Backyard farming and gardening have become a popular hobby over the last decade. There are many reasons that could factor into the huge upward trend of growing our own food these days such as convenience and safety. With the constant concern about what is being used to grow our fruit at a commercial level, people have slowly been turning into their own grower.

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Topics: Homegrown Fruit and Citrus Trees

25 years of Moon Valley Nurseries and How We Started

Posted by Jessica Downs on 3/8/19 8:00 AM

This year commemorates a significant milestone for Moon Valley. We have been growing trees, creating and rebuilding landscapes, and changing lives for 25 years!

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Topics: Insider

March Landscape Tips for Texas Yards

Posted by Jessica Downs on 3/1/19 8:01 AM

Moon Valley Nurseries Yard To-Do List

It is kind of hard to believe that it is already March, especially since Texas was just hit with lots of rain and might be getting more in the next few days! Despite what our surprise weather is doing, spring is just a few weeks away and warm days are, in fact, on the way. This is usually the time of the year where we recommend putting in a bit more effort toward your yard now. We are especially excited because the rain that dropped on our yards is an amazing bonus for helping our yards succeed sooner and stronger.

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Topics: landscape tips

Top Trees for Late Winter Planting

Posted by Jessica Downs on 2/22/19 8:00 AM

While most places in the world cannot even think about planting anything until mid-late spring, Texas can handle it! Our weather gives us the opportunity to plant almost any time of the year. With the weather being colder this time of year, it’s important to make sure you are planting trees and plants that can handle that cold the best and still thrive. Moon Valley Nursery experts have put a list of the best shade and flowering trees to plant in late winter so keep reading to learn more!

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Topics: Winter Planting, Spring


Posted by Jessica Downs on 2/15/19 8:00 AM

Spring Landscaping     

As much as it feels like the year has just barely begun, it is already halfway through February, which means the weather is getting warmer every day and the outdoors is calling your name. Now is the time of year to start taking a good look at your yard and check on how well your lawn, trees, and other plants are doing and if they need some extra help getting back to optimal health.  

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Topics: landscape tips, Products

With February, Comes Roses

Posted by Jessica Downs on 2/8/19 8:00 AM
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Topics: Monthly Tips, Roses

Moon Valley Top 3 Flowering Trees For Spring

Posted by Jessica Downs on 2/8/19 8:00 AM


The sight of flowering trees in a yard can brighten up any neighborhood and add plenty of curb appeal. Flowering trees come in all sizes, fit in any landscape styles, create allure to your yard, and will most likely fill the air with a sweet fragrance during blooming season. Spring is here, and the colors are about to start changing all over the place - if they haven’t already!

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Topics: Flowering Trees


Posted by Jessica Downs on 2/1/19 8:00 AM

The Month of Love….ing to enjoy your Yard for Spring

It is officially February, and if you have lived in Southern Texas long enough you should be familiar with the fact that spring could be right around the corner. The last month brought us some cold temperatures, even a few freezing nights, but the days are getting warmer as the sun stays out a bit longer each day.

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Topics: Monthly Tips, landscape tips

Top 3 Reasons to Plant Fast-Growing Trees

Posted by Jessica Downs on 1/25/19 8:00 AM

1.    Shade

When planted around your home, trees can create a completely different environment than what you would have without them. Not only do trees around your home add massive shade to parts of your landscape, they can make the temperature drop and give you a cooler experience than your neighbor just right across the street. They can even keep the interior of your home cooler, which means less strain on your A/C unit.

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Using Pre-Emergents to Control Weeds in your Yard

Posted by Jessica Downs on 1/25/19 8:00 AM

Apply Pre-Emergent Herbicides

Pre-emergent herbicide works by putting a chemical barrier down, in granular or liquid form, over the top of the soil. This will stop the weeds from germinating above the soil line. To reduce the number of weeds or eliminate them completely, a pre-emergent should be applied at least twice a year. We recommend applying in the beginning of spring and fall.

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