Garden Chores For February – Southern California Style


It is time for me to remind you of your Garden Chores For February.  First and foremost, since it is Super Bowl Sunday tomorrow – it is great to get your Rose Pruning done.   If you are not a fan of either team, it is perfect to prune roses between the commercials!  If you are a fan, I guess there is always the morning before the game.

Roses aren’t the only things that we lucky Southern Californians have to pay attention to.  In case you lost last year’s list, here is your Chore List  with  some of the other things you might have forgotten about, like putting another quick crop of lettuce or greens in for those smoothies.

Garden Design, plant consultation, or hardscape discussion we can share them all! I love collaborating with my clients to help them create the garden of their dreams. You will be amazed at what you can do when you have a partner in landscape design crime. Give me a call at 661-917-3521 or visit my website and contact me there.




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