If it grows and nutures life - we're interested in learning more. Please refer to our 2017 Gardeners Resource Guide for locally-owned garden businesses, plant propagators and more.
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|2017-04-17Apr 17, 2017
The Sonoma County Waste Management Agency (SCWMA) is holding two public workshops onApril 19th and 27th to receive feedback on an upcoming Request for Proposals (RFP) process for securing long-term organics processing capacity.
|2017-04-03Apr 3, 2017
At numerous talks to Master Gardeners and Garden Clubs we are asked many of the same questions. One of the main questions is “What are your top 5 or 6 bee plants that I should plant in my garden?”
|2017-04-01Apr 1, 2017
We return to Santa Rosa where 7 gardens and one home will be on display, whose owners have transformed their properties into unique expressions of their vision of beauty in harmony with the natural environment.
|2017-03-28Mar 28, 2017
What’s yellow and orange and dead all over?
Bright orange streaks pop from the verdant Sonoma County landscape this spring. These are poisoned plants, treated by glyphosate. If you are like me, you may have overlooked this phenomenon, but once you know, it is impossible to ignore.
|2017-03-25Mar 25, 2017
While apple blossoms sweeten the air and winter rains become more infrequent, we anxiously await the beauty of spring. The sun is slowly peaking its warm head out of the clouds, encouraging the wildflowers out of hibernation and into bloom.
|2017-03-20Mar 20, 2017
Sonoma County has a rich tradition of supporting our schools and other organizations, clubs and institutions through growing starts for sales. Here is our annual list of these worthy places to buy your plants to beautify your garden.
|2017-03-07Mar 7, 2017
Stone has long been a favorite building material in the garden. Its weight and mass make it a wonderful choice for retaining materials such as bark, soil, and mulch and its natural beauty has a way of fitting in to any landscape seamlessly.