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A California Beauty

[caption id="attachment_1094" align="alignleft" width="300"] Carpenteria californica in full splendor[/caption] Every year I see this shrub blooming in my front yard and it makes me pause.  It's partly because the big (almost 4" across!) white blooms are so gorgeous against the dark green foliage and partly because...

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Lessons for the seed tray

[caption id="attachment_1085" align="alignleft" width="300"] spring garden off to a good start[/caption] As one who will readily admit that my thumb is greener with ornamental plants than edibles - I'm learning a lot about growing food this year.  I'm growing edibles at three locations (two of which...

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A Winter Blooming Vine

[caption id="attachment_1001" align="alignleft" width="300"] petrea volubilis in december[/caption] I feel in love with the Petrea vine when I saw it in full glory at the Los Angeles Arboretum where it literally covers the entire railing outside of their cafe.  This vine is from Cental America and...

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Spring in the Big Sur

[caption id="attachment_914" align="alignleft" width="903"] lovely ribes dance everywhere in Big Sur[/caption] Once Spring Break is on the horizon I'm usually so ready for a break from the daily grind of cajoling my kids out of bed in the morning and then back in bed at night....

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