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    Spring is around the corner

    Spring is just around the corner, the Oklahoma Redbud tree is just sprouting: Elina has begun to plant her vegetables; spinach, swiss chard, kohlrabi, cauliflower and cabbage. Meanwhile, Buddha and the Peacock, discuss the activity in the garden and how happy they are that winter …

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    Koi Pond – an oasis in the desert

    With the raising temperatures of a regular Las Cruces summer, the water temperature in our ponds has been going up as well and we have been struggling with algaes and oxygen shortage in the ponds. Our guests love the setup and the only logical solution …

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    Texas Ranger blooms

    With a little rain, our Texas Ranger exploded into bloom, making Buddha happy.

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    Koi Pond – how it started

    Earlier this month we decided to re-establish a pond we had, in the garden.  When we had the pond installed and Koi swimming, we realized we needed a larger pond.  Well that turned into another two ponds, connected by waterfalls … so now we have …

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  • Bataan Memorial Death March 2010

    Americas Best Value Inn, Las Cruces is again proud to be a sponsor of the Bataan Memorial Death March. We have a lovely courtyard garden where participants can relax before and after the event. BBQs and laundry facilities are available for your convenience. We will …

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  • USA Today Photo 3

    Elina had another photo published in the USA Today weather photo gallery. After another snow event, one of the statues in the garden looked like a sleeping child under a blanket.

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  • More snow…

    This morning we got more snow in Las Cruces, which was pretty but gone by early afternoon.

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  • USA Today Photo 2

    Elina had another photo published in the USA Today weather photo gallery. The photo was taken in the garden after snow covered the Aloe plants, hence the photo name “An Aloe’s Blue Christmas”

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