The annual Tomatomania events are scheduled and information is posted to their web site. Check out the events in your area and start planning what you might like to plant this year! — Douglas TIME FOR TOMATOES! IT’S HERE! FINALLY! The season we’ve been waiting (and waiting…) for. SoCal ‘Maniacs, our event schedule starts [...]
If you missed last night’s #gardenchat, take a moment and check out this transcript in PDF format. #GardenChat 20130128 – What’s New for 2013? A special Pinterest board was also created for #gardenchat-ers to share what they wanted to grow this year.
Join Tomatomania and Ardenwoods Edibles for TOMATO U, a three part TELESEMINARFebruary 11, 18 and 25JOIN US! sign up at:http://www.ardenwoodsedibles.com/teleseminar/tomatou/ Learn everything you’ll need to know about growing tomatoes in three 90-minute class meetingsaccess via phone or your computer — handouts – Q&A opportunity and some special goodie giveaways.
I recorded an interview with Joel and Holly over at the Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Podcast and it will be released this Wednesday, January 16, 2013 on their web site. Here is the promo for that show… Subscribe to A Gardener’s Notebook via iTunes, follow AGN on Twitter or Join the AGN Mailing List to get [...]
I write on a lot of different topics here on WelchWrite.com, some of which you might also be interested in. Infrequently, I like to share events that are happening on the other WelchWrite blogs. I hope you find them interesting — Douglas Join us for our next KitchenParty show and live chat on Thursday, October [...]
Native and Drought Tolerant Garden Maintenance Workshop Date: October 13 Time: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM Contact: Linda Fults, 818.790.1964 Where: La Canada Public Library, 4545 Oakwood Avenue, La Canada Join La Canada Valley Beautiful and FormLA Landscaping in maintaining the 5 drought tolerant Gardens of the World demonstration gardens at the La Canada Public Library. [...]
In Conversation with SAM WATTERS on Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895-1935 Friday, July 2712:00 noon to 1:00 pmOverseers’ Room, The Huntington Library When Progressives took on the elevation of American culture and taste after the perceived vulgarities of the Gilded Age, women participated through the beautification of house and garden. In 1913, wives of the [...]
We stopped by the Altadena Farmer’s Market today and ran across the adjacent Altadena Community Garden. We got a short tour of these amazing gardens and also found that this weekend they will be having their 38th annual Altadena Community Garden Picnic & Resource Fair. “June 30, 2012 marks the 38th annual Altadena Community Garden Picnic [...]
Information from the City of LA Web Site… Free Mulch Give-Away The Free Mulch Give-Away program is available to all L.A. Residents. The Bureau of Sanitation is “Closing The Loop” by providing free quality mulch in 11 different locations throughout the City of Los Angeles that are open to the public. Instructions: Bring your own shovel, bag [...]
Bugs and Brews – May 24 – Jun 21 More information from the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden web site Thursday Nights, May 24 through June 21, 6 – 8:30 p.m. Tickets: RSABG member $10, public $15 Admission includes one free pint of Dale Bros., beer. Local brothers Curt and Andy Dale bring their distinctively [...]