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In the Garden | August 2, 2012
This is the first post in a series we’re calling Ask a Gardener,
where you get to ask our resident experts your gardening questions.
Feel free to send questions...
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In the Garden | July 10, 2012
Berry plants tend to be fairly low maintenance plants, put them in the right place, keep them watered and they will grow stronger, bigger and more productive every...
In the Garden | July 9, 2012
This year has brought record high temperatures to much of the country (again, but don’t worry, Exxon says this has nothing to do with global warming), so I wanted...
In the Garden | July 5, 2012
While the rest of the country has been under severe heat warnings and drought conditions, summer has finally arrived for us in California, and in my garden we have...
In the Garden | June 28, 2012
I consider mulch to be an indispensable part of the summer vegetable garden.
reduces evaporation of water from the soil
prevents weeds (many weeds need bare soil)
In the Garden | June 21, 2012
This week, June 18 – 24, 2012 is National Pollinator Week
which was initiated and is managed by the Pollinator Partnership.
Pollination and pollinators
In the Garden | May 11, 2012
There are few things more frustrating than preparing, planting and pampering a bed of peas or beans and then discovering that the newly germinated seedlings have...
In the Garden | April 26, 2012
If you’re like me, when the first warm days of spring arrive, you can’t wait to get out into the garden and start planting. It means winter is finally over...
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Escarole: If you desire delicious young tender leaves you can constantly thin the outer leaves, which helps to extend the life of the plant and provides you with tender green for saute or salads.
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