Fall Vegetable Gardens

Fall Vegetable Gardens Although here in Southern California there aren’t many place where we get frost, some places away from the beach will get a light frost and towards the…

Tomato Confit

Is your garden overflowing with tomatoes? I always grow too many and one of my favorite ways to make them go a little farther is to oven dry them. Much…

Square Foot Gardening

When I got my first community garden, the city had to run an ad to get people interested in gardening. That was 20 yrs ago, today we have a 3…

Herbal Gardening Tips

Tips from Chef Debbi’s presentation at The South Coast Plaza Garden Show From Your Herbal Garden General Guideline for Growing Herbs Most herbs like well-drained soil let slightly dry out…

South Coast Plaza Garden Show

The Southern California Spring Garden Show From Your Herbal Garden Seminars Thurs. April 28th 2 p.m. Sun. May 1st 11:30 a.m. Free

Microgreens & Sprouts

  Sat. March 19th 10 – 11 a.m. Free We’ll be exploring the world of Microgreens & Sprouts Moved to Sat. March 19th 10 – 11 Join us for some…

Making an Herbal Wreath

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…

Companion Planting

What is Companion Planting   Two or more plant types as to be beneficial to each other. Companion planting will help with pest control, higher yields, healthier soil and to keep…

Why You Should Grow Your Own Organic Potatoes

The Potato: One of EWG’s Dirty Dozen By: Connie Rosemont (Only Organic) The potato is a great food – calorie-dense and rich in nutrients like vitamin B6, vitamin C, potassium…

Growing Potatoes in Your Edible Garden

How To Grow Potatoes: by Dan Lake, Peaceful Valley employee Since I was 12 years old, my family has grown about 4 or 5 different varieties of potatoes in our…

Growing An Herb Garden

An herb garden doesn’t have to be big so you don’t need much space to grow one. You can even start a potted herb garden on your windowsill! This way…