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Also from 2019 - Dazzling Dahlias – 9 in a series – World’s best dahlias : new creations and old friends / Peacock Dahlia Farms. (1918)
2016 - Book: The Fruits and Fruit Trees of Monticello (and photos from our 1994 visit)
2016 - Interesting Plant: Red Stem Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera/Cornus sericea)
2016 - Chamomile Flower iPhone Wallet and much more available from Douglas E. Welch
2016 - Olives in the Sicilian Garden via Instagram [Photo]
2015 - Video: Water and Wind in the Garden (Slomo) (20 secs)


Master Gardener: Protecting your home from wildfires and tips for winter gardening via Press Enterprise

 

Here in Southern California, we joke about our four seasons: fire, flood, earthquake, and drought. In the fall, otherwise known as fire season, we have hot, dry weather punctuated by gusty winds reaching up to 70 miles per hour. These are perfect conditions for catastrophic wildfires to establish and spread.

If you live in wildfire country, now is a great time to evaluate your property for fire safety. Clean gutters of all debris, and remove dead, dry leaf litter from your roof. Prune or move plants away from windows and move flammable material away from wooden structures.

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