Month: March 2012

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

Garden Haikus

Here are two Haikus inspired by the garden, I thought I would share them with you. Though the haikus are not mine, the photographs are. I transplantornamental grassin the speckled sunlight Posted by Dymphna in Karumi Garden Haiku sunlit garden pondfull of fish and newborn frogs:heron flies above Posted by Crafty Green Poet

Wordless Wednesday

Agave vilmoriniana – Octopus Agave Euphorbia tirucalli ‘Sticks On Fire'(tree) Echinocactus grusonii (Golden Barrel Cactus) I’m offering another complimentary telecall and it is tomorrow night! 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 abundance into your […]

What To Do In Your Southern California Garden in March

Spring has sprung, or has it just always been spring? This year really has been a mild and rain free (not good) winter, and I think both the plants and us humans are a little confused. Well, in any case I’m going to give you a list of chores for this month confused or not. […]