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Moon Valley Nurseries

Moon Valley Nurseries started with one small location in a neighborhood north of downtown Phoenix known as “Moon Valley.” Keeping things simple, owner Les Blake began this nursery with the name “Moon Valley Nursery”. One of the things that Les found in the early days was that folks were always asking about having trees planted. (Back then, it was rare to find a nursery that offered package pricing where the price of the tree or trees included planting and warranty. In many cases, you had to contract with someone else to get the tree and do the planting.)

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Erick Martens

Knowledge regarding plant, Plant material, Eric is extremely helpful knowledgeble, +2
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Jennifer Smith

Jen is amazing knowledegable in all areas plants, Desert plant specialist, Arizona certified nursery professional, +1
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Elizabeth Mininni

Sugar Land, TX
Customer Service Manager, Landscape Maintenance, Plant and tree care expert advisor, +2
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What should I do if a tree has started to lose its bark?
May 2, 2017
There could be infection spreading under the bark. Sooty Canker is one possibilty, black powdery fingus spreading under the bark. Have an arborist look at it. May be able to remove infect branches, tr ... read more
I have two outside outlets (one on the back and one in the front). I noticed that the one in the front is flashing red. Why is that?
Sep 1, 2016
If it's solid red it might be indicating a tripped GFCI, if it's flashing it might be defective. When I say might it's because not all GFCI-s have the same type of light or color. Some are lit when o ... read more

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