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Too Hot to Plant

Fall seedlings

Twenty five years ago, when I started gardening in Southern California, we planted cool weather crops in September. As Climate Change increased, September became too hot to plant. Now we plant brassicas, lettuces, alliums (onions, garlic, shallots, etc.) and root … Continue reading

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Fall Gardening in Progress

While cooler climates are closing down the garden for winter, we’re just getting started here in So-Cal. Fall gardening is commonly known as the “best” growing season here because we actually get rain, temperatures are cooler, and everything grows virtually … Continue reading

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Fall Garden in Progress – Part 2

Last week we shared what’s growin’ on in our Test Garden. Now let’s look at what the fall garden looks like over at our community garden plot. In just a few weeks it’s transformed from the dry, spent garden of … Continue reading

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