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Brewing Your Own Vermicompost Tea

Brewing Your Own Vermicompost Tea

Vermicompost tea is simple to make and has multiple benefits to your plants.

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Spring Gardening in California

Spring Gardening in California

I'm on the road again and one of my last stops was at Renee Shepherd's home and gardens, where my friend Carolyn Dille and I enjoyed a lovely lunch and a tour of Renee's impressive gardens.

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Raised Beds for Your Garden: Framing Materials

Raised Beds for Your Garden: Framing Materials

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There are many ways to go about framing a raised bed and material ideas are endless. There's only a couple of things that deserve some consideration before you put one or two together this spring.

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Pruning and Grafting Workshops with Lee Reich

Pruning and Grafting Workshops with Lee Reich

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Lee Reich, author of The Pruning Book, is offering two hands-on workshops in April at his home in New York's Hudson Valley. Space is limited, so pre-registration is necessary. Register by sending a check to...

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QUESTION: When can I start a winter garden in San Diego?

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Recently moved into a new home with small-med sized yard and will be putting in some raised beds but probably not till mid summer after we get the inside of the home finished. Will that be in time to...

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California Springtime

California Springtime

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I am on the road again--springtime--and I am off across the country speaking to gardeners and herbal enthusiasts from coast to coast and in-between.

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Homegrown / Homemade: How to Plant Onions

Homegrown / Homemade: How to Plant Onions

Onions have the reputation of being difficult to grow, but don't let that deter you. If you choose the right type to grow, start from seed, plant properly, and provide the plant with the right growing conditions, you can expect success.

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Whats In YOUR Bucket?

What's In YOUR Bucket?

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A good bucket (or two, or three) can be a loyal friend in the garden tool department.

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Lake Valley Seed: Now Thats Italian!

Lake Valley Seed: Now That's Italian!

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Does winter have you longing for a trip to the Mediterranean? If you can’t afford to travel to Italy, here’s the next best thing.

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What Are Microclimates?

What Are Microclimates?

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If you think that the numbers on the USDA zone map have the last word on your garden - think again.

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QUESTION: What do I do with an overlooked garlic bulb that is sprouting in the ground?

QUESTION: What do I do with an overlooked garlic bulb that is sprouting in the ground?

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Last year I grew garlic- great stuff, BUT I evidently missed harvesting one. This year we have warmed up all of a sudden, and I noticed this clump of foliage coming up. I thought it was green onions...

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Vegetables Can Break Your Heart

Vegetables Can Break Your Heart

Survey results of 1300 new vegetable gardeners show that despite the hard work and environmental challenges, 91 percent plan to keep on gardening.

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In Memory of an Herbal Mentor, Thomas DeBaggio (1942 to 2011)

In Memory of an Herbal Mentor, Thomas DeBaggio (1942 to 2011)

The passing of author and herb grower, Thomas DeBaggio is a great loss to the herb and plant community, and all who knew him.

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Your Vegetable Garden Will Thrive With Compost

Your Vegetable Garden Will Thrive With Compost

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Beloved compost, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways...

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Spring is in the Air!

Spring is in the Air!

Finally, the air has the sweet promising scent of spring and the harbingers are popping out and blooming. What are the signs of spring in your garden? Here are some of mine.

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Inside View for You

Inside View for You

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The Root-Vue Farm is a laboratory that lets little (and big) gardeners see what grows on beneath the garden soil.

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Watering Your Seed(ling)s

Watering Your Seed(ling)s

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There are basically three methods ror watering your seeds (or your seedlings).

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QUESTION: Squirrels in the garden and bird feeder invaders

QUESTION: Squirrels in the garden and bird feeder invaders

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I have recently moved from a home by the ocean to one more in land and I am shocked at the large squirrels that are everywhere.  They have already eaten half of the daffodil bulbs I have planted...

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Sunny Lemons Brighten Winter Days in Many Ways

Sunny Lemons Brighten Winter Days in Many Ways

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Not only do these mouthwatering fruits brighten our greenhouses or sunny windows, they add inimitable flavor to the food we eat as well as being a good source of vitamins and nutrients.

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QUESTION:  Guinea Pig Poop as Garden Fertilizer?

QUESTION: Guinea Pig Poop as Garden Fertilizer?

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Hello fellow gardeners!  We all know how wonderful rabbit manure can be, but how about guinea pig poop?  My kids are getting a guinea pig for Christmas, and it's diet is essentially the...

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