Critters, Smitters – put a barrier up

The topic of the week or past few weeks has been: how in the world do we get rid of all those critters coming around the house and eating all our stuff?
Well, we have products – and they’ve worked most, if not all, of the time. But because Tucson has gone without rain for more than 70 days and it’s as dry as, well, the desert (duh!) our experts here are saying that it might be best to purchase chicken wire and/or barriers to keep the rabbits and such out.
Yes, it’s that bad. You see them everywhere. They love to eat, too, and there’s nothing out there but the nice things you take care of at this time of year.
Come in and see what we have for your pesky problem, but if you really want to keep them out you’re have to use some elbow grease, some pliers and some chicken wire to keep them out for now.
Oh, yeah, while you’re here. Check out our summer stock. We have plenty of flowers and plants to suit your needs.

Filed under: News — by Katie @ 4:20 am on June 22, 2011

We will be closed Sunday, June 12; parking lot being repaved

You know we are always here for you at Rillito Nursery.

Outside of four days a year, we are always open. Sunday will be an exception. We will be closed on Sunday – yes, a rarity – because our parking lot is set to be repaved.

We always want our customers to have their best experience while visiting our shop but with our parking lot being redone we decided to close.

So add Sunday to the rare days were are closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Remember, though, it’s just this Sunday (June 12) but we will be back in business early Monday morning beginning at 8 a.m.

Thanks to everyone for your understanding. It doesn’t mean you can’t hurry in on Saturday to get what you need this weekend to work on your project on Sunday.

Filed under: News — by Katie @ 1:37 am on June 11, 2011