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It’s cold outside but the landscape is starting to bloom
Manzanita, California Bay trees, willows and madrone are putting on a show now. Consider working some early bloomers into your own landscape.
How to prepare for a natural disaster
We’ve put together tips and guidelines to help better prepare you and your family if disaster strikes.
Tips and tricks for sowing seeds
The Garden docs discuss sprouting seeds in paper towels and whether to irrigate with warm water or cold.
Garden thieves got you down? 10 plants that deer don’t like
It’s the North Bay gardener’s lament — gophers eat everything up to ground level, and the deer eat everything down to ground level.W
Designer turns formal Japanese interior into casual coastal retreat
After preserving the former owner’s Japanese interior, a Sea Ranch homeowner determines to finally make it her own.
Break something? No worries. Make a mosaic
Learn how to create mosaics out of broken China at a meeting of the Petaluma Garden Club and more.
If you have space for a vine you can grow your own grapes
Polish your green thumb with free workshops on backyard grape-growing, tending oaks and fruit tree pruning
Avoid these garden products to protect bees and butterflies
Sonoma County’s Garden Doctors offer prescription for pesticide use and cleaning your clay pots and tools
Learn about planting your own vineyard and more
Have you always dreamed about having your own vineyard? An upcoming event in Santa Rosa will show you how to do it.
How to grow your own fruit salad in your backyard
Grafting or pre-grafted trees can let you grow multiple varieties of produce at the same time.
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