August 18, 2016
by cablackmar@yahoo.com
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08.16.16 This Week in the Garden, Begin Again

Returning to the garden after two weeks sans irrigation things were looking pretty desperate.  It’s been a horrible year for tomatoes– sporadic watering, dry hot conditions, and dust blown up from the adjacent residential neighborhoods ‘mow and blow’ gardening conspired to create … Continue reading

April 11, 2016
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Photobombed By Pumpkin

           Spring is springing, and a new volunteer emerges from the chard. In Sourhern California pumpkins and squash always seem happiest when allowed to operate on their own schedules  and when they select their own locations. I’ll let … Continue reading