Tuesday’s Tips — Time to Think Citrus

Gardens in coastal Southern California are really starting to come to life. Night-time temperatures are warming up and so is the soil which encourages bioactivity to start up again after its winter dormancy. March is primetime for attending to your citrus trees. Truth be told, I should have started feeding mine last month, but it's still... Continue Reading →

Tuesday’s Tips — Drying Winds

Here in Southern California the Santa Anas are upon us. These drying winds (hot or cold) that blow down through the mountain passes bring extremely low humidity with them. This combination of wind and low-to-no moisture can wreck havoc in your garden, especially if you've just put some new plants in the ground. Dry winter... Continue Reading →

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