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Making The Most Of A Shade Garden

It’s not too hard to create a thriving garden in an open sunny yard. Plants that love the sun aren’t hard to come by, and any local garden center is quick to display a wide […]

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A Mother’s Day Tour Of West Sonoma County

Who out there has made fabulous plans for mother’s day? And who plans to just throw something together last minute, solving problems of procrastination with a last-minute bouquet and maybe prayers for a short a […]

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Time to Start Garden Seeds for Summer!

At my farm, we just finished up the first round of seeding in the greenhouse to get ready for all our heat-tolerant summer crops. Some of these crops just take so long to grow, that […]

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The End of the Rain

With this past week’s stressful forecast of more rain, my heart sunk as I looked out over the already-saturated fields. Farmers all around the area are struggling to keep their employees busy, finding inside work […]

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Breaking Ground in a New Garden

In my last post, we began our new series, How To Start A Garden, with some back end planning work. I suggested that you get a soil test done, draw a map of your space, […]

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How to Start a Garden: Part 1

In this series of posts, we’re going to dive into the process of building a garden from the ground up. It can be pretty overwhelming to move into a new space and set out to […]

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The Best Seeds to Start in February

Here in northern California, I typically don’t begin seeding most of my crops in the greenhouse until March. There are some plants, however, that really benefit from an early start. Below I’ll share with you […]

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Gardening in a Flood

As gardeners, frequent and heavy winter rains can sometimes spur contradictory thoughts. We all know we need the rain. But does it have to come pounding down at once, wreaking havoc on our gardens in […]

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A New Year, A New Garden

Gardens are pretty unique in that they can start over each new year, almost from scratch.  With some crops, it can turn into a huge frustration, especially if it’s something that you only get one […]

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