Tips on Growing Tomatoes

How To Grow Great Tomato Plants   Buy transplants Purchase healthy, stocky plants that have no flowers, fruits or buds Choose a sunny location, rotate planting beds every year Plant…

Growing Spring & Fall Peas

Growing Spring and Fall Peas There are several types of peas that you can grow in the spring or late fall garden. Tall vining types or short bush ones that…

It’s Easy to Grow Potatoes!

Choose organic seed potatoes, don’t plant potatoes that you’ve purchased from the market even if they have sprouts. They won’t perform well in the garden and you’ll be disappointed. Buy…

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What to do in your Spring Garden

April in the Garden Chef Debbi will be presenting a seminar, ‘Al Fresco Mothers Day Brunch’, at the South Coast Plaza Garden Show on Sat. April 25th, 12:30 in the…

7 Crops to Kick Off Your Spring Garden

Is your green thumb itching to get gardening again? These cold-loving crops will help you get the growing season started. Most of us gardeners eagerly anticipate getting our hands in…

Bulb Basics

As we prepare for fall planting season, we’re going back to bulb school. Follow these tips from the experts to ensure successful planting and bulb longevity! Always plant bulbs pointed…

Growing Asparagus

Growing Asparagus Asparagus is a very hardy, cool-season perennial vegetable, which can produce a spring harvest for 10-20 years! Therefore, it must be planted in a “dedicated bed”. It can…