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My 100th Blog Post: Our southern California fruit, flower, and veggie gardens in June

Here are photos of the fruits, flowers and veggies growing in my coastal, urban, southern California garden in mid-June. Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, April 19, 2010

On Harvest Monday, gardening bloggers report how much produce they harvested in the prior week. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday for Gardeners, April 7, 2010

On Wordless Wednesday, photographers post a photo or photo essay on their blog. I’m starting a Wordless Wednesday specifically for gardeners. Continue reading

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Harvest Monday–April 5, 2010

Here is my vegetable and egg harvest for this week ending April 4, plus photos of my southern California urban garden. Continue reading

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Mid-March photos of my garden

Spring is a time of eternal hope in the garden with new leaves, shoots and blooms. Take a photo tour of this southern California urban “farm.” Continue reading

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February fruits, flowers and veggies in a southern California garden

A photo documentary of a profusion of fruits, vegetables and flowers growing in a coastal southern California yard in February. Continue reading

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Spring garden chores

Spring brings of rush of things to do for the home gardener. But unless you sow, you can’t reap. Continue reading

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What’s in bloom in my yard, Jan. 2010

Different flowers bloom at different times of the year in coastal southern California. Here are photos of flowers in bloom in January in my yard. Continue reading

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December flowers provide food for pollinators

I planted my coastal southern California yard with mainly drought-tolerant flowers that are designed to provide year-round pollen and nectar for bees and butterflies. Continue reading

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Don’t plant daffodils with onions

Plant daffodils and narcissus in the fall for spring bloom, but be cautious where you plant them. The bulbs contain a toxic alkaloid and are poisonous. Continue reading

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