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It's undeniable even here in Southern California, fall is in the air. Though the temperature is nowhere near nippy, there's a hint of a cool breeze, a different cast to the light, and a particular smell that all come with the changing of the season. That means that we need to start cleaning up the... Continue Reading →
Or we might have titled this post "Why Bees Are So Important." In January the press reported that scientists had noticed a significant decline in bumblebee populations in the U.S. — first it was the honeybees that were disappearing and now it's bumblebees too. Scientists are not sure why just yet, but one thing they... Continue Reading →
It's my birthday! I'm going to the beach. Be back with a new Tuesday's Tips next week.
We are deep into summer weather now and it's proving to be even hotter and drier than last month in SoCal — no real surprise there. What's also not too surprising is our general lack of enthusiasm for gardening lately. It always happens this time of year. Most of the plants are well past their... Continue Reading →