Tomato aftercare program...
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A garden should not just delight the eye but also the ear and nose...
It’s not too late to find Swiss chard starts in your favorite nursery.
White powdery mildew can attack the leaves of a variety of plants and ornamentals...
It’s not too late to reap more from your vegetable garden.
Visit the Marin Master Gardeners at the County fair to learn about pollinators
Master Gardeners run many programs to encourage growing your own food
Tomatoes will be on sale at the Annual Master Gardener Tomato Market and Information Sale on April 8th 2017...
Do you dream of eating a fresh, ripe, juicy peach off your tree in June?
Don’t get complacent about your water consumption just because it has rained in April.
What can we do to keep our garden healthy and disease free?
Did you purchase a lovely pink cyclamen and now the leaves are wilting or turning yellow?
Did you know that some plants need a certain number of hours at or below 45 degrees Fahrenheit if they are to bear fruit?
California is fortunate to have ideal climate for growing citrus trees...
Have you noticed your citrus tree leaves curling and discoloring?
What better way to preserve our precious water than to plant what loves to live here?
Time to plan your winter vegetable garden!
Not sure how to make that requested 24% saving in your water usage?
What should we do if we find evidence of these creepy creatures in our gardens?
What are those "bare root plants" you see at nurseries?
Starting seeds indoors is a bit like making a cake...
Now is the time to care for your acid-loving plants.
Reduce water use in your edible garden
Ordering seeds for your summer garden
Simple things you can do to prolong the life of cut flowers...
What sports great foliage and the stalks (both green and red) make great pies, crumbles and compotes?
Now's the time to plant for summer-sweet peaches and nectarines!
Your plants get stressed when it gets hot
The infamous “worm” in the apple, is difficult to manage in the home orchard.
Why not grow some delicious edibles while the rest of your garden is snoring?
Before wet winter weather sets in and holiday schedules get hectic...
Wouldn't it be nice to have fresh cilantro growing right outside your kitchen door?
How do you know what's the right apple for your taste buds and your microclimate?
Just add mulch - one of the easiest and least expensive things you can do in the garden that provides a plethora of benefits!
What are the top five plants for attracting bees to a garden?