Gardener's Blog

Fire Resistant Garden Designs

We've developed a few garden design layouts for a 6’ x 10’ space. These designs are ideal for replacing an old, established Juniper for instance (their… Read More

Herbtastic: Growing Thyme!

Thymes are versatile, indeed – more than fifty varieties are judged useful for culinary or ornamental gardens! Its flavor heightens that of most any food... Types of… Read More

Plant winter squash

"Winter squashes are the forgotten vegetables. Almost no vegetable is as easy to grow or keep. With fertile soil, full sun, and ample water, vines take… Read More

All about planting fall vegetables

Fall Edible Gardening  Vegetable gardening is not just a spring pursuit, friends. Early fall is an ideal time to plant cool season vegetables, greens and root crops. Not only does… Read More

Webinar: Bee Friendly Gardening

In the 3rd installment of our Summer Garden Spotlight Series, we welcome Bonnie Morse; beekeeper and co-owner of Bonnie Bee & Company in Marin County. She will… Read More

Fall planting

Now is the time to plant Brussels Sprouts, Bok Choy, Kale, Chard, Broccoli, Turnips, Cabbage, Mustard & Collards...and don’t forget Sage for the holidays… Read More

All about Agastache & Aeonium

Agastache (pronounced ah-gas-TAH-kee-whew!) This perennial herb (also Sloat's plant pick of the month) is also called “Hummingbird Mint” or “Anise Hyssop”, the flower spikes not only attract… Read More

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