Choices: to Blog or to Garden?

It’s hard to find time for both at this time of year. Continue reading Choices: to Blog or to Garden?

Bat Sighting

Around 7:30 last night, as we stood outside talking with a friend, Continue reading Bat Sighting

Watching the Garden Grow

Everyday sees new plants emerging and unfolding in the garden. The hostas are visibly larger each morning, Continue reading Watching the Garden Grow

First Salad from this year's garden

Tonight’s dinner included the first salad that was totally harvested from our yard. Continue reading First Salad from this year's garden

Josef Lemper Hellebore

Helleborus 'Josef Lemper'

 

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Arboretum at UC Davis

The University of California at Davis has a beautiful, 100-acre arboretum that is free Continue reading Arboretum at UC Davis

Twinleaf

Jeffersonia diphylla

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Clos Pegase

Napa Valley is wonderful to visit for the food and wine. Scenic views and interesting gardens are also abundant. This view was perhaps lovelier because of the rainy day.  Continue reading Clos Pegase

2nd Annual Plant Sale – May 29

May 29, 2010 – 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Continue reading 2nd Annual Plant Sale – May 29

Spring Flowers

The forsythia is blooming, along with the squill and early daffodils. It’s time to finish any yard and garden cleanup, and think about preventing weeds. Continue reading Spring Flowers