From the ominous snowy landscape outside the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” to Ned Stark’s stark warning that winter is coming in “Game of Thrones,” pop culture has taught us that winter can be scary, but seasoned Southern California gardeners know best. Here, fall and winter give gardeners a chanceRead More →

From the ominous snowy landscape outside the Overlook Hotel in “The Shining” to Ned Stark’s stark warning that winter is coming in “Game of Thrones,” pop culture has taught us that winter can be scary, but seasoned Southern California gardeners know best. Here, the fall and winter offer gardeners aRead More →

Reading time: 3 minutes With the decrease in land area, large houses with small garden spaces are becoming commonplace. This means that the scope of landscaping cannot be elaborate – it must be succinct. If you’ve bought a home in a new development area and don’t know how to workRead More →

As we are now in the planting season, acquiring and installing new plants in preparation for the bursting of foliage and flowers in the spring, it is time to do some proactive gardening. Responsive gardening, by comparison, involves waiting for local garden centers to release small flowering plants and thenRead More →