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Color Pop! Eye-Catching Flowers to Bring Your Garden to Life

Written by Kara M. Sometimes, we garden for practicality or convenience, like when we grow vegetables or herbs. Sometimes we garden for necessity, like planting hedges along one’s property line. But sometimes, we garden just for the beauty of it. There’s something intangible about the satisfaction of looking at a beautifully arranged garden in full […]

Simply Sustainable: Edible Plants You Can Grow At Home

Written by Kara M. Somehow, over the course of the pandemic, plants became all the rage. Whether it was because people had more downtime, needed a new hobby, or were just curious about the growth process, households across the country began their own indoor and outdoor gardens. Thanks to our warm local climate that encourages […]

The Best Succulents for Your California Garden (For Beginners)

Written by Kelsey W Succulents offer their owners a dazzling array of colors, shapes, and sizes. These drought-tolerant plants are an ideal choice for fledgling botanists in California, as well as anyone who’s terrified of killing yet another plant. It’s no secret that cactuses and succulents thrive in Southern California. Just walk down any neighborhood […]

Spring Patio Containers and Plants that Make them Pop

Written by David S. Spring is one of the most productive flowering seasons and using containers enables you to bring to life the areas of your landscape that you enjoy the most. It also means impressive flowering containers for: Your front porch Walkways Patios Fence lines  Outdoor living areas And along your driveway The Recipe […]

What To Consider When Picking Bird Seed, Bird Feeders, and Hummingbird Food

Attracting birds to your yard is a beautiful way to give back to nature. Unfortunately, the more cities and suburbs grow, the less habitat available for wildlife. Many species of birds are threatened due to the loss of habitat, including areas where their food grows. Adding bird feeders to your yard is a way to […]

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