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Creating a Three Sisters Garden (anywhere)

I am the self proclaimed queen of putting in a garden anywhere.  At our last house the sandy, gravelly, ant hill of a driveway became a lush corn field and herb spiral.  658 more words


Margie Jenkins Field Day and Lecture Series, Friday/ Mr. Joe's old Petunia field

The LSU AgCenter research station in Hammond will present their spring Field Day and Lecture Series speakers Friday, May 15th. Rick Webb of Louisiana Growers nursery in Amite and Mark Windham, Research Scientist at University of Tennessee, will speak, and the gardens will be open for tours. 645 more words

Plant Extra

When planting vegetables (or fruit, flowers, herbs etc.) how do you figure out how many to plant? Here are the three steps that will help you calculate how many seeds or transplants you need. 414 more words

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Sustainable Gardening at San Clemente Garden Club Today

Photo by South OC Beaches

The monthly meeting of the San Clemente Garden Club is today, Wednesday May 6 2015 at 1:00pm.
Today’s meeting will focus on water conservation and sustainable gardening pratices. 172 more words

San Clemente

Next Season's Planting

By: Jannie Vaught

This weekend was spent inside planning and plotting next seasons garden plans and as my rain water barrels overflowed,  I was quietly happy. 347 more words


Pollinators Are Getting By With A Little Help From Their Friends, The Gardeners

By: Jannie Vaught

Pollinators are in trouble especially in built up cities.

It is up to the urban residents to provide nectar, pollen, and nesting options. 303 more words


This Gardening Season, Think About Protecting Your Lesser Known Pollinators

Spring has been much delayed in my part of the country. It’s following a long trend of cooler than normal weather. We are about the only place on the planet that’s abnormally cool so I suppose I should not complain. 269 more words

Backyard Wildlife