Rachel Hendrix

January 11, 2023

Announcement about Suzanne Probart, Beloved Founder of Tree New Mexico

A memorial tree planting is planned for April 1, 2023, at 1pm at the Woodward House. Woodward House is west on Arbor Road off Rio Grande […]
January 9, 2023

Arizona Cypress – January Tree of the Month

  Arizona Cypress Scientific name: Cupressus arizonica Family: Cupressaceae, Cypress Family. Arizona Cypress is found naturally on dry, sterile, rocky mountain slopes and canyon walls, but does […]
September 29, 2022

Douglas fir

Scientific name: Pseudotsuga menziesii Description: The Douglas fir is the largest native evergreen tree in New Mexico and Arizona. It is the most important timber species in […]
September 19, 2022

Bigtooth Maple

Bigtooth Maple Scientific name: Acer grandidentatum Description: This small-but-mighty, slow-growing tree or shrub is often used in the production of newer, fancier maple cultivars such as the […]
September 7, 2022

Netleaf Hackberry

Scientific name: Celtis laevigata var. reticulata Alternate Names: Western Hackberry, Sugarberry, Paloblanco Description: This small tree or large shrub is common throughout the Southwest and grows to […]
August 31, 2022

Bees and Trees that Please in New Mexico

Bees and Trees that Please in New Mexico Dr. Olivia Carril & Dr. Paul Polechla In two of every three bites of food we take, we […]
August 31, 2022

Arizona Ash

Arizona Ash is a fantastic desert shade tree and has an enjoyable shape and a (relatively) cool shade in summer. However, it grows to become a […]
August 24, 2022

Ponderosa Pine

Scientific names: Pinus ponderosa Alternate Names: Western Yellow Pine, Blackjack Pine Description: An evergreen, open-branched tree forming an open pyramid when young, becoming a short-conical head in age. […]
August 15, 2022

New Mexico Olive

Scientific name: Forestiera neomexicana Alternate names: New Mexican Privet Description: A deciduous shrub or small tree of the Oleaceae (ash) family. Native to New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and […]