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The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden [Book]

The Bold Dry Garden: Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden by Johanna Silver (Author), Marion Brenner (Photographer) If you truly want to know and understand a garden, you need to walk the garden with the owner, the creator, the designer or the head gardener. They can show and tell you small things that you might […]

Agave all in a row

Agave all in a row More mature agave in Arlington Garden, Pasadena, California Follow A Gardener’s Notebook on Facebook Read more on this topic: Manzanita Flowers Snowflakes (Leucojum) Narcissus Pink Camellia Blossom 🌼 Daffodil Twins

Christmas in the Desert [Photo]

Christmas in the Desert This combination of plants might seem a bit odd at first, but both are native to the deserts of Southern California and northern Mexico. For me, the combination between the gray of the agave and the red of the poinsettia make it an excellent combination. #garden #succulents #agave #nature#caligrammers #california #coachellavalley#poinsettia #flowers #ig_nature#ig_naturelovers #ig_naturesbest   Follow A Gardener’s Notebook […]