Stories from Home And Garden

Harmony Farm Supply & Nursery’s Annual Customer Appreciation Day offers special sales, vendor booths, free samples and a scoop of Three Twins Organic Ice Cream. For tree lovers, there’s a rare tree and vine sale July 14 at the Original Santa Rosa Farmers Market.
Ben S. asks:” Is rubber mulch more flammable than wood mulch? This seems to be a concern about all mulches since we experienced the October fires.”
Thai, lemon, lime, cinnamon, licorice and purple basils are just as easy to grow as Italian varieties and offer many flavor possibilities for our culinary dishes, simple or complex.
Ron and Chris Mickelson still joke about a low maintenance condo, but most days would trade nothing about their farm.
The 17th annual Art & Garden Festival takes place July 8 and the event makes for a great family outing.
With creativity, do-it-yourself skills or assistance from landscape professionals, your backyard, courtyard or even tiny balcony space could be transformed into beautifully illuminated retreats with the thoughtful use of LED lighting.
Sharon Santoni, the blogger of 'My French Country Home,' will give a free talk on the beauty of French decorating and entertaining Saturday, June 30 at Chateau Sonoma.
Now that it’s legal to grow a few pot plants for personal use in Sonoma County, here are some tips from a gardening expert on how to make sure they thrive (and that you comply with the law).
Now is a good time to think about planting your late-season crop and harvest, if you want to enjoy the fruits of your garden through the fall.
From private garden tours to rosé and roses to French decor, there's a little bit of something for every gardening fan coming up on the North Coast.