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Earth Day Events 2018

With this gorgeous spring weather, Earth Day in the North Bay is bound to be one for the books. Get outside this weekend and celebrate with some of these great events around town! Check out […]

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Ten Things To Jump Start Your Garden

It’s spring! Time to get out into the garden, no matter how much you’ve neglected it over the winter (and I know I’m not just speaking for myself here). But what to do, how to […]

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How to Multiply Your Dahlia Stock By Taking Cuttings

I’m sure I’m not alone in saying that dahlias are one of my very favorite summer flowers. While they come in all shapes and sizes from the tiny to the huge, it’s hard to beat […]

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Farmer Meetups

For the third year in a row, I had the opportunity to travel ten hours north to attend the Oregon Small Farms Conference and the Pacific Northwest Cut Flower Growers Meetup. It’s one of my […]

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Seed Starting Tips And Tricks

Last week I wrote about some great garden seeds to start right now. But as we all know, not all seeds are created equal! There are some seeds that seem to be tricky year after […]

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5 Garden Seeds To Start This Month

February and March are confusing times for the California gardener in any normal year, and this warm winter especially. We start feeling that itch to get outside, and the warm afternoons make it feel just […]

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Winter is for Planting Roses!

As January draws to a close and the days start to get a little longer, it’s time to jump out of hibernation and take care of one of my favorite flowers: the rose. I planted […]

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A Year Year, A New Garden

Happy 2018, gardeners! I love this time of year because it allows me to be purely optimistic. It’s so different from, say, July, where all of the goals and plans I haven’t yet accomplished are […]

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A Fascinating Talk on Fire Ecology

A few weeks ago I attended a fabulous talk on fire ecology hosted by the California Native Plant Society. The speaker was Dr. Sasha Berleman, who earned her PhD at Berkeley and focused her research […]

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