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Pop into popsicles and summer to fall vegetables

Thursday, July 18th, 2013 Posted in Nurseries, community gardens, container gardens, garden structure, mulch, recipes, tomatoes, vegetables | 5 Comments »

Despite our little breather this week, the heat’s not off the griddle yet. So how about cooling down with Trisha’s yummy, healthy popsicles? This week, she mixes up easy-freezey recipes with fruit, yogurt, herbs, and even avocado (a top hit with ...

Make a Fall Resolution to Get Growing!

Thursday, September 6th, 2012 Posted in Insects, Seeds, Vines, bulbs, children, community gardens, crafts, destinations, disease, garden design, garden projects, lawn replace, urban farms, wildlife | 6 Comments »

It’s a sure sign that fall is really coming when Oxblood lilies bloom! Mine started showing up two weeks early near the  patio Turk's cap, thanks to the bit of rain I got. We’re finally turning the corner, folks. So, that ...

Transition time for flowers and food

Thursday, February 16th, 2012 Posted in community gardens, destinations, disease, drought, fruit trees, recipes, tomatoes, urban farms, vegetables | 4 Comments »

Valentine’s Day started early with my potted carnation! I love everything about it: color, fragrance, blue-green foliage, long-lasting cut flowers. Drought tough. If anything, they hate too much water, and demand perfect drainage.  Two years ago when I got this ‘Silver ...