Winter Vegetable Garden – Southern California

Gabriola Greens - July 2013

We are so lucky to be able to grow a Winter Vegetable Garden and now is a great time to start planning yours if you live in Southern California.  Each year I speak at the Green Thumb Harvest Faire and this year instead of speaking about something to harvest, I’ll be sharing How To Create Your Garden Sanctuary.  Don’t think that I won’t sneak in a few veggies and fruits in the mix, however since I won’t be sharing edible gardening info, I thought I’d re-run a popular post from last year.

Please take a look at my  Winter Vegetable Plant List article and if you are at Green Thumb or another nursery this weekend, start planning for (really the easiest of all seasons) the  winter vegetable season.

If you are interested in getting some help in your garden, would like to have a professionally design landscape (and hardscape) just give me a call at 661-917-3521 or contact me through my website and we can chat about it.




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