Month: February 2012

Wordless Wednesday

Bromeliad…forgot which one I bought Agave attenuata ‘Huntington Blue’ + Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ + Sedum ‘Tricolor’ (Groundcover) Salvia greggii – A Red Variety I’m offering another complimentary telecall! Joining me will be Elaine Giftos Wright of The Wright Way of Feng Shui, and we’ll be talking about using Feng Shui in the garden to attract […]

What’s Happening in Southern California – Garden Edition March 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 Scissorhands from Worldwide Exotics There is also another great Farmer’s Market:Thursdays in Old […]

How to Care for Kalanchoe

I’ve written about caring for indoor holiday plants, and included Kalanchoe (the pretty little flowering variety called Kalanchoe beharensis) in the post. Well in Southern California those plants and a lot of the genus can be used outdoors in our gardens, so I thought I’d give you some tips for caring for them outdoors. Kalanchoes […]

Wordless Wednesday – Mild February in NY

I’m offering another complimentary telecall! This is second in the series. Julie Molinare (me…Your Garden Goddess) will be chatting with Special Guest, Alex Ventura of Ventura & Son Masonry. Please join me for a complimentary teleclass I’m giving on what you need to know before making changes to your hardscape. This call is good for […]

What To Do In Your Southern California Garden in February

February is the reason that I moved to Southern California. After a few years of traveling here on business, and friends that had moved to entice me, the weather was the final punch that knocked me onto the left coast. I love NY don’t get me wrong, but February’s cold and slush can get old […]