What To Do In Your Southern California Garden In December


I delayed this a week or so, since I wanted to make sure I got the Frost Warning Post out in a timely manner.  Now I’d like to remind you about What To Do in your Garden this month.

Here is your Gardening Chore List for this month, not that you don’t already have enough to do with the holidays!  Remember to take some time for yourself, relax and enjoy your garden and your home.  A nice warm beverage in a cool garden, sharing chores with friends,  time to sit in silence, relaxing listening to the birds – you need that kind of sanctuary right now so if you don’t get everything on your list done  it’s okay.  Just be sure to take care of yourself and let your garden heal and sooth you.

Let me help you create the garden paradise of your dreams, large or small, edible or ornamental – if you can dream it, we can create it. I love collaborating with my clients and I’d love to collaborate with you. You can call me at 661-917-3521 or visit my website and contact me there.




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