A massive thunderstorm rolled through Los Angeles on Monday, the first real rain since April, indicating the transition times to come. Summer has given way to fall, and while it’s still hot in places, the gardener’s eye is set on cooler, shorter days. Here’s some inspiration to help you in these transition times.
Fall means cooler weather, fewer pests, and hopefully some rain. Plant your fall crops when the 10-day forecast shows continuous days below 73ºF. We’re on our way!