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Color your plate with colorful cauliflower
Despite the soggy whiteness of cauliflower most of us remember from our youth, colorful new varieties and the recipes they’re spawning are worth a try.
Garden Docs: Careful with that rototiller
Readers ask about best practices when trying to add color near the base of a tree with surface roots.
Local plant sales you don't want to miss
Each year groups like the Valley of the Moon Garden Club hold their annual plant sales and the quality, variety and deals are unbeatable. Plus, it’s for a good cause.
Events: Eat, pray, garden in Sonoma County
Sonoma County master gardeners will teach people how edible gardening in containers can lead to a great crop for pizza toppings and salads.
Bring spring inside with these home decor finds
Spring has sprung in Sonoma County, here’s how you can make it spring inside.
How the best gardeners plant not just for the eye, but for the nose
Honeysuckle, jasmine and gardenia are among the plants that will lend fragrance to your garden.
Tomatomania? Learn secrets for the best crop ever
Learn about more than 100 varieties of tomatoes, buy plants for a good cause or explore plant remains at one of these upcoming home and garden events.
Garden Docs: Fight rose pests with warm beer
A rose expert shares eco-friendly ways to fight garden pests.
Sonoma County flower farms blooming for Easter bouquets
Colorful spring flowers at local farms are making a vibrant statement around Sonoma County, and are perfect for bringing spring indoors.
Home and garden events and happenings in Sonoma County
Gardening season gets into full swing with workshops on attracting pollinators, straw bale gardening, growing good tomatoes and warding off gophers and moles.
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