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Local water “bad girl” makes good

[caption id="attachment_630" align="alignleft" width="588" caption="berms surround meadow of Festuca idahoensis"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_630" align="alignleft" width="400" caption="Mix of Phormium 'firebird' and Anigozanthos 'Big Red'"][/caption] This last summer I helped another lucky Santa Monica resident take advantage of Santa Monica's Sustainable Landscape Grant program. Her front yard consisted of...

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Invite the Amazing

My husband sent me a copy of this image not because he was trying to freak me out but because he knows that I appreciate insects and I invite them into my garden. I still get a little jumpy when faced with some of...

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My Rose Pruning Experiment

[caption id="attachment_369" align="alignleft" width="353"] Joseph's Coat Climbing Roses[/caption] For years I've been suspicious that I could get more out of my already great climbing roses.  They are the "Joseph's Coat" climbers and they reward us every summer with two big waves of blooms.  The roses start...

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Is Puttering the Answer?

[caption id="attachment_369" align="alignleft" width="222" caption="the little Euphorbia tirucalli now sits protected, hopefully its bad luck days are over"][/caption] The answer to what you might ask. Well, yesterday was Saturday and I felt out of sorts. Not so much sick but more worn out. ...

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Shabby Chic Garden? You bet.

I had the wonderful pleasure of visiting an old school buddy in February (we met in first grade).  Those are her kids and mine catching salamanders out in the creek that runs in front of her house.  She and her husband and their combined brood...

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