Month: January 2012

What’s Happening in Southern California – Garden Edition February 2012

As always, I want to remind you to shop local, and get the freshest produce around by heading out to the local Farmer’s Markets in Santa Clarita: Sundays 8:00am – noonCollege of The Canyons Parking LotDon’t forget to visit my friend Sarah from Worldwide Exotics Please don’t visit on January 1st (this Sunday) they won’t […]

Backyard Orchard Culture From The Master

So, I’ve made an executive decision. I can’t add any Saturdays to this month so although I went to two amazing seminars last week at Otto & Sons Nursery in Fillmore, I am only going to write about the Backyard Orchard Culture Seminar presented by Tom Spellman of Dave Wilson Nursery. The other seminar was […]

Stuff I Love!

The time of the year when gardens are showing off not their lovely blooms but their bones and the accessories that the garden fairies have chosen to nestle among those bones. Yes, our gardens may still be blooming here and there however there is a lot less to attract our attention color wise right now […]

What To Do In Your Southern California Garden in January

This year’s first week of January has been a far cry from our last year’s snow! We’ve had unseasonably warm weather over the past week, but that doesn’t mean that you should change your gardening game plan. Here is a list of items that you should take care of in your garden this month. photo […]