Aldershot of New Mexico

City: Mesilla Park, N.M.

Environmentally controlled square footage: 1,317,000

Number of offshore facilities: 0

Percentage of production space under permanent environmentally controlled structure devoted to each crop:

Flowering potted plants 85%
Potted foliage 5%
Ornamental bedding plants 5%
Container perennials 5%

 

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5 comments on “Aldershot of New Mexico

  1. Anonymous

    I purchased a 10″ dark purple calla lily. I live in the high dessert of AZ. I plan to grow it in a pot on the east side of my deck…morning sun, afternoon shade. The altitude here is 5800ft. I’ll overwinter it in the garage. I think it prefers acidic soil; is that correct? Please advise me as to feeding, moisture, etc. This plant is magnificent with 13+ blooms coming from a minimum of 4 bulbs. It was purchased at Costco. Thank you.

  2. Anonymous

    I recently purchased your gorgeous large container of tomato plants at Costco.
    There were no instructions provided on plant care and whether they should remain in the container or required transplantation. What kind of tomatoes are they and are they a hybrid and insect resistant?
    It’s so beautiful I want it to last all season.
    Please advise.

    Thank-you!

  3. Anonymous

    I purchased a 10″ dark purple calla lily. I live in the high dessert of AZ. I plan to grow it in a pot on the east side of my deck…morning sun, afternoon shade. The altitude here is 5800ft. I’ll overwinter it in the garage. I think it prefers acidic soil; is that correct? Please advise me as to feeding, moisture, etc. This plant is magnificent with 13+ blooms coming from a minimum of 4 bulbs. It was purchased at Costco. Thank you.

  4. Anonymous

    I recently purchased your gorgeous large container of tomato plants at Costco.
    There were no instructions provided on plant care and whether they should remain in the container or required transplantation. What kind of tomatoes are they and are they a hybrid and insect resistant?
    It’s so beautiful I want it to last all season.
    Please advise.

    Thank-you!

  5. Carol vogel

    Bought a 3.5" red mini rose plant today (krw18) at King Soopers grocery store in Denver. I was wondering if I could order 90 mini red rose plants just like it and have them shipped for an event on June 18th and if so I'm wondering what the price would be? They were 3/$10.00. Carol Vogel