Marin Master Gardeners
University of California
Marin Master Gardeners

Stories by Year

2017

   Efforts to preserve Marin’s rare native plants
James Campbell
   Gardening for a future of climate change
Barbara Robinson
   Get into grafting
Jane Scurich
   How to attract pollinators to your garden
Barbara Robertson
   How to encourage the miracle of a healthy garden
Martha Proctor
   How to keep snakes, slugs away
Nanette Londeree
   Know what plants have been treated with
Jane Scurich
   Mastering the art and science of pruning
James Campbell
   Native edibles from plot to plate
Anne-Marie Walker
   Native edibles from plot to plate
Anne Marie Walker
   Native plants in your garden can boost biodiversity
Marie Narlock
   Need to conserve despite all the rain
Diane Lynch
   Pesticides aren’t all bad
Nanette Londeree
   Time for tomatoes
Dot Ingels
   Understanding heirloom, hybrid and open-pollinated seeds
Barbara Robinson
   Weed woes in your garden
Martha Proctor
   What residents can do to help fight sudden oak death
Anne-Marie Walker
   What to know about fruit trees
Martha Proctor
   Wild, wet winter can bring problems to home garden
Nanette Londeree
   Wildflowers are the ultimate survivors
Marie Narlock
   Yikes, thrips
Jane Scurich

2016

   Bees, flowers have electrifying connection
James Campbell
   Brighten up with white
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Bug-eating bats help control garden pests
Nanette Londeree
   Dracula orchids an exotic addition to gardens
Jane Scurich
   Drought isn’t only problem impacting conifers
Wendy Irving
   Encourage owls to keep your rodent problems in check
Nanette Londeree
   Fall is here; time to appreciate the season
Marie Narlock
   Fight against sudden death syndrome needs citizen scientists
Barbara Robertson
   Get your garden ready for winter vegetables
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Give your tomatoes TLC to combat disease, minimize pests
Anne-Marie Walker
   Good mulching boosts soil and adds beauty to your garden
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Growing native plants from seeds
Karen Gideon
   Healthy citrus trees require year-round care
Wendy Irving
   Healthy soil has just the right nutrients in the right amounts
James Campbell
   Hellebores, tolerant and colorful
Diane Lynch
   Herbs for all seasons
Anne-Marie Walker
   Hillside gardens offer joys and challenges
Marie Narlock
   How to determine what makes your soil healthy
Martha Proctor
   How to keep your roses rosy
Nanette Londeree
   Hummingbirds, nature’s extremists
Marie Narlock
   Hydroponically grown veggies gaining in popularity
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Integrated pest management makes good sense
Nanette Londeree
   Invite birds into your garden
Karen Gideon
   Invite reptiles and amphibians into your garden
Karen Gideon
   Know how to water plants to grow healthy roots
Barbara Robertson
   Make herbal gifts from the garden
Diane Lynch
   Marin County Fair exhibit showcases what works in area gardens
Diane Lynch
   Master Gardener program benefits others and those who sign up
Martha Proctor
   Native plants need TLC, too
Barbara Robinson
   New threat to citrus trees
Wendy Irving
   Organic demonstration garden hosts Master Gardener workshops
Marie Narlock
   Plant a tomato rainbow in your garden
Diane Lynch
   Plant your bare root fruit trees now
Wendy Irving
   Plants and people, connected for life
Marie Narlock
   Plants don’t always play well with others
James Campbell
   Pretty and Edible - It's easy to mix veggies and herbs into your ornamental landscape
Nanette Londeree
   Prune apricot and cherry trees soon, but hurry
Martha Proctor
   Rain makes the world go round
Marie Narlock
   Seed libraries offer roots to the past
Jane Scurich
   Sports, fascination, basket stinkhorn and other botanical oddities
Nanette Londeree
   Succulents can be propogated easily
Wendy Irving
   Tillandsias need little care but provide much enjoyment
Jane Scurich
   Tough guys in the Garden
Diane Lynch
   Turn garden into sustainable landscape
Anne-Marie Walker
   Vines add charm, shade, interest
Nanette Londeree
   Wildflowers need your help
Marie Narlock
   With El Nino and continued drought, inspect and prepare your garden
Karen Gideon

2015

   A first-aid kit for gardeners is thoughtful and helps keep them safe
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Accessorizing the garden with annuals
Juliana Jensen
   Arboretums are gardens of discovery and inspiration
Jane Scurich
   Bagrada bug is on its way
Wendy Irving
   California natives add color during drought
Juliana Jensen
   Can California feed the U.S. with less water?
Marie Narlock
   Citrus leafminer a sour reality for Marin
Wendy Irving
   Creating feng shui in your garden
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Creepy, crawly spiders help keep garden pests in check
Nanette Londeree
   Demonstration garden a way to learn best practices for growing your own edibles
Anne-Marie Walker
   Drought may bring wildlife closer to home
Karen Gideon
   Drought prompts more people to consider using gray water in gardens.
Wendy Irving
   Even the most observant gardener might miss the signs of root rot
Karen Gideon
   Examine wind patterns to avoid damage to landscape.
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Feeding the garden that feeds you
Marie Narlock
   Foamy bark canker disease poses threat for Marin’s live oaks
Martha Proctor
   Get garden pests while they’re dormant
Dave Phelps
   Get your soil ready for next years edible garden
Juliana Jensen
   Give thanks to all that contribute to our gardens
Karen Gideon
   Grass alternatives give more, take less
Marie Narlock
   How to choose a qualified arborist
Martha Proctor
   How to stop fire blight from infecting your apple, pear and quince trees
Anne-Marie Walker
   Hydrozoning saves water
Dave Phelps
   Is your eco- friendly garden also sustainable?
Marie Narlock
   Keeping butterflies in the garden
Juliana Jensen
   Know what, when and how to plant for good eats ahead
Anne-Marie Walker
   Know when to harvest your garden’s bounty
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Knowing when to prune is key to healthy plants
Juliana Jensen
   Knowing which plants and products are toxic could save your pet
Karen Gideon
   Lasagna composting is like comfort food for your soil
Jane Scurich
   Make your landscape fire-safe
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Perennials offer boundless blooms
Nanette Londeree
   Planting roses now means you’ll have gorgeous blooms for months
Nanette Londeree
   Pome trees a striking addition to gardens and practical
Anne-Marie Walker
   Properly pruning fruit trees promotes healthy growth
Martha Proctor
   Ribes are a winter wonder for Marin Gardens
Barbara Robertson
   Saving drought stressed trees
Barbara Robertson
   Sharpshooters a growing menace to vineyards, home gardens
Wendy Irving
   Shrubs do much more than block undesirable views
Nanette Londeree
   Simple steps to a water wise salad garden
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Succulents are beautiful and built for drought
Marie Narlock
   The buzz on California’s native bees
Marie Narlock
   The Power of Beneficial Insects and Native Plants
Karen Gideon
   Think beyond the familiar and plant native bulbs
Juliana Jensen
   Tomato market will help you find the perfect variety for your garden
Juliana Jensen
   Understanding what's below your plants will help keep them healthy
Martha Proctor
   United by a love of gardens
Karen Gideon
   Vampires of the insect world can be beneficial
Nanette Londeree
   What’s bugging your tomatoes?
Nanette Londeree
   Wild west gardening
Nanette Londeree
   Wildflowers abloom all over Marin’s hillsides
Martha Proctor

2014

   Beware of pine bark needles
Karen Gideon
   Caring for roses in drier times
Nanette Londeree
   Check your garden for pests
Jane Scurich
   Citrus ideal for California gardens
Anne-Marie Walker
   Climate chaos in the garden
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Community gardens grow more than just edibles
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Creating a sustainable future with landscaping
Juliana Jensen
   Debunking the myths about growing tomatoes
Marie Narlock
   Getting the most out of nursery visits
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Give your garden TLC with mulch
Martha Proctor
   Habit gardens really will boost dwindling pollinators
Marie Narlock
   Harvest herbs now for year-round culinary adventures
Juliana Jensen
   Holiday gift ideas for people who love plants and flowers
Jane Scurich
   How to choose a tomato plant
Martha Proctor
   How to get the best harvest from your edibles
Anne Marie Walker
   How to prepare your edible garden for winter
Anne-Marie Walker
   If your stately oak tree could talk
Marie Narlock
   Is that really a geranium?
Nanette Londeree
   Keeping plants healthy with propagation
Jane Scurich
   Know your soil before you plant
Wendy Irving
   Managing scale on your fruit trees requires a multifaceted approach
Nanette Londeree
   Marin’s a perfect incubator for peach leaf curl
Dave Phelps
   Minimizing drought, frost damage to trees and shrubs
Martha Proctor
   New Year’ s resolutions for your garden
Karen Gideon
   Picking the right tree for the job
Marie Narlock
   Plan now for a colorful spring, thanks to bulbs
Jane Scurich
   Plants need companions too
Juliana Jensen
   Pomegranates are made for drought
Marie Narlock
   Protect your plants from winter’s freeze
Wendy Irving
   Pruning roses for spring growth
Dave Phelps
   Setting water priorities during drought
Dave Phelps
   Size matters when it comes to conifers
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Snails and slugs
Juliana Jensen
   Some insects can spread diseases among plants
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Succulents in containers – a designers dream
Martha Proctor
   The worm in the apple
Nanette Londeree
   Tiny mites can be a mighty big problem
Nanette Londeree
   Turn off the sprinklers
Marie Narlock
   Warming up to frost
Marie Narlock
   What’s the difference between ants and termites?
Nanette Londeree

2013

   A citrus tree for me, In Marin?
Karen Hamblett
   Aesthetic pruning of trees and shrubs
Dave Phelps
   Are weeds foes or friends?
Dave Phelps
   Berries can be a delicious addition to your backyard
Marie Narlock
   Berry bushes can bring splash of color in winter
Nanette Londeree
   Caring for gift plants at holidays
Jane Scurich
   Choosing options to invasive plants
Marie Narlock
   Designing with low-maintenance succulents
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Dreaming of spring in cold of winter
Juliana Jensen
   Edible alliums can be delicious additions in yards
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Fine tuning landscape’s ecology to keep out pests
Dave Phelps
   Fire-safe landscaping can be beautiful
Jill Fugaro
   Give your landscape a makeover
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Glean insight into your plants at farmers markets
Marie Narlock
   Go ergonomic with your tools
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Growing olives at home
Anne-Marie Walker
   Growing vegetables the lazy way
Marie Narlock
   Helping Homeowners Save Water in Their Gardens
Dave Phelps
   How to propagate plants
Marie Narlock
   Keep it simple - plant self-cleaning roses
Nanette Londeree
   Keeping blight off of fruit trees
Nanette Londeree
   Keys for planting a symbiotic blend of edibles
Anne-Marie Walker
   Learn About Plants and More at the Tomato Market
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Living gifts are the best
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Moving beyond sustainability starts at home
Dave Phelps
   Now is the time to harvest rainwater
Dave Phelps
   Ornamental grasses for your landscape
Martha Proctor
   Permeable landscaping can be good for you and the Earth
Karen Hamblett
   Pitting Bug Against Bug in the Landscape
Dave Phelps
   Planting for year-round harvests
Juliana Jensen
   Prune roses now for that big bloom in spring
Nanette Londeree
   Pruning trees in summer has its benefits
Dave Phelps
   Reap nature's rewards with native plants
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Saving your pumpkin seeds
Juliana Jensen
   Sun-blocked landscapes call for thoughtful approach
Karen Hamblett
   Teaching moments can sprout with plants
Dave Phelps
   The Full Scoop About Fertilizers
Nanette Londeree
   Three good reasons to plot out space for edibles
Marie Narlock
   Understanding the water needs of plants in the summer
Karen Gideon
   Water features for your landscape
Karen Gideon
   What sustainable farming can teach us about well being
Martha Proctor
   What to Do When Unwanted Deer Appear
Jane Scurich
   What's bugging your roses?
Nanette Londeree
   Xeriscaping -- Using less water while enhancing beauty
Marie Narlock

2012

   All Kinds of Tomatoes
Martha Proctor
   All Stars for your Garden
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Alternatives to Lawns
Juliana Jensen
   April Showers Bring Flowers and Pollinators
Martha Proctor
   Bare root fruit trees a delicious idea
Marie Narlock
   Breaking down the mystery of composting
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Community gem in San Rafael's Falkirk
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Conserve Water, Our Liquid Gold
Dave Phelps
   Create vibrant color palette in autumn landscape
Marie Narlock
   Escaped Exotics, Invasive Plants
Katie Martin
   Garden Myth Busting
Marie Narlock
   Gardening for the Birds
Juliana Jensen
   Great reads for children
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Green Roofs and Living Walls
Barbara J. Euser
   Helping restore habitat in the Presidio
Jane Scurich
   Houseplants Part 1
Nanette Londeree
   Houseplants Part 2
Nanette Londeree
   How to combat powdery mildew on plants
Martha Proctor
   Indian Valley Organic Farm a good place for soil, produce and farmers
Nanette Londeree
   Leafy prehistoric ferns ideally suited for Marin's climate
Jane Scurich
   Marin Ventures plants seed for well-being
Marie Narlock
   Mysterious botanical deviations that occur naturally can spark wonder
Nanette Londeree
   Nothing quite like a freshly picked bouquet
Nanette Londere
   Planting Spring Vegetables
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Pollinators
Dave Phelps
   Potted plants can keep gophers at bay
Juliana Jensen
   Primer on Pruning
Julie Monson
   QuarryHill Botanical Garden
Juliana Jensen
   Rerouting the rain to reduce runoff can enhance landscape
Barbara J. Euser
   Roses in January
Barbara J. Euser
   Seasonal benefits of cover crops
Dave Phelps
   Sheeting mulching can be forgiving way to improve soil
Martha Proctor
   Solving Soil Problems
Dave Phelps
   Sow inspiration with books for the holidays
Jane Scurich
   The full scoop about soil amendments
Nanette Londeree
   The Top 10 Ways to Kill Plants You Love
Nanette Londeree
   Timing is everything when harvesting vegetables
Martha Proctor
   Timing, technique play key role in dividing perennials
Martha Proctor
   Try drought-tolerant sorrel in your edible landscape
Marybeth Kampman
   Try Unusual Vegetables
Marybeth Kampman
   Underground invaders to your garden
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Using less water in the garden
Marie Narlock
   What does 'hardiness' mean, anyway?
Martha Proctor
   What’s wrong with my plant?
Nanette Londeree
   Wildflowers can be a low-cost addition to the garden
Karen Hamblett
   Winter herbs delight the senses
Juliana Jensen

2011

   A bee or not a bee, that is the question
Nanette Londeree
   Aging gardeners can continue their passion with a few tweaks
D.F. Braun
   An Aussie plant perfect for Marin gardens, too
Marybeth Kampman
   April's the month to plant for a summer full of tasty tomatoes
Anne-Marie Walker
   Aussie love affair keeps blooming
Gail Mason
   Autumn is the season for gourds
Juliana Jensen
   Backyard Sleuthing
Nanette Londeree
   Be kind to to your plants' roots so they can thrive
Martha Proctor
   Bright spots of color help lift the drabness of the winter garden
Martha Proctor
   Community gardens create food, flowers and friends
Dave Phelps
   Confessions of a first-time composter
Juliana Jensen
   Digital photography let's you see your garden in a new way
Marybeth Kampman
   Farmers markets are more than just a place to get your groceries
Marybeth Kampman
   Feed your garden well
Jane Scurich
   Gardening in the shade offers challenges and beauty
Julie Monson
   Growing shrubs and small trees in containers
Julie Monson
   Hillside gardening offers challenges, opportunities
Dave Phelps
   Holistic approach to landscaping
Dave Phelps
   Horticultural oils battle bugs nontoxically
Martha Proctor
   How to correctly manage garden pests
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   How to create a truly low-maintenance garden
Marie Narlock
   Increasing biodiversity in our gardens will help offset harmful human impacts
Dave Phelps
   Japanese maples require little but offer color and more
Julie Monson
   Kiwi, gooseberries and passion fruit offer shade and tasty rewards
Jennifer Kinion
   Learn to grow your own, organically
Marie Narlock
   Learning how to save seeds may help species facing extinction
Martha Proctor
   Leavesare more than fall color
Martha Proctor
   Low-water succulents offer textures, shapes, colors and sizes to enhance any garden
Barbara J. Euser
   Many consider purslane a weed, but it's a powerhouse of nutrition
Marybeth Kampman
   Marin's Mediterranean climate ideal for growing olives
Barbara J. Euser
   Microgreens deliver intense flavors, are easy to g row
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Native plants that flower and produce berries work well in gardens
Julie Monson
   Not your grandmother's hydrangeas
Jane Scurich
   Path and walkways beautify and enhance our enjoyment of our garden
Julie Monson
   Specimen trees bring beauty and interest to garden
Barbara J. Euser
   Spring Puttering - Now is a perfect time to start planning a kitchen garden
Jennifer Kinion
   Summer's best recipe -- fruits and veggies in containers
Marie Narlock
   Teaching kids about health, nutrition, eco-consciousness
Kathy Carver
   The dangerous beauty of poisonous plants
Nanette Londeree
   The textures and colors of a coral reef can inspire gardeners
Barbara J. Euser
   These plants are true companions    Using edibles as part of your garden design
Nanette Londeree
   When pesky birds need to take wing
Nanette Londeree

2010

   Advantages of mixing native and nonnative plantings
Julie Monson
   Aromatic entryway gardens look, smell great
Barbara J. Euser
   Bats have many positive benefits, unless they're living under your roof
Nanette Londeree
   Benefiting from how Native Americans cared for the land
Jeanne Price
   Cultivating your own food doesn't have to cost a bundle
Marybeth Kampman
   Designing serenity
Julie Monson
   Dirty talk with the Dirt Diva
Jennifer Kinion
   Discover the magic of Marin Art & Garden Center
Nanette Londeree
   Every garden could use some homey charm
D. F. Braun
   Fall in your Garden
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Flower preserving is a time-honored art
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   For busy green thumbs, raised beds require less maintenance, extend growing season
Dave Phelps
   Form and function of trees
Nanette Londeree
   Fruit trees, other plants need dormancy brought on by the cold
Martha Proctor
   Fruit trees, other plants need dormancy brought on by the cold
Martha Proctor
   Give kids a place to grow their own
Dot Ingels
   Herbs for what ail you
D. F. Braun
   Herbs with History
Barbara J. Euser
   Indigo and the ancient craft of dyeing
Marybeth Kampman
   Making your own wreath is easy and rewarding
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Marin's climate is perfect for growing grapes, and arbors give them support
Barbara J. Euser
   Open Garden Project expanding
Marybeth Kampman
   Out, out damn'd weeds
Martha Proctor
   Pampas grass can be beastly but beautiful
Julie Monson
   Permeable surfaces let rainwater soak naturally into the earth
Marie Narlock
   Plant natives and you can cut water and time in landscaping
Marie Narlock
   Planting inspiration
Marie Narlock
   Playtime with succulents
Jane Scurich
   Promoting habitat gardening for bees
Martha Proctor
   Redwoods can be challenging obstacle
Marie Narlock
   Roses get a bad rap as fussy divas needing extra care
Nanette Londeree
   San Francisco's dahlia garden is in full bloom
Jane Scurich
   Slow it down, spread it out, soak it in: Collecting rainwater keeps it from going down the drain
Nanette Londeree
   Smart planting, exchanging seeds, composting will help ecosystem
D.F. Braun
   Sold on Salvia
Jennifer Kinion
   Sprouting kids fascination with beans
Jane Scurich
   Starting your own garden takes a can-do attitude
Dot Zanotti Ingels
   Take a walk, conserve water
Jeanne Price
   Time to be Picky
Jennifer Kinion
   Truly fresh picked
Martha Proctor
   Using water effectively in yards
Dave Phelps
   What's in a name? Everything
Martha Proctor
   When planting in urban landscape, think small
Julie Monson
   Who says your garden needs to be green?
Marie Narlock
   Year-round gardening means you may have to pull some producing plants
Jennifer Kinion

2009

   A garden for tough times
Jeanne Price
   A New Year, A New Compost Pile
Annie Spiegelman
   A tomato for every garden
Jennifer Kinion
   Colorful plants from Australia do well in California
Katie Martin
   Compost, mulch and amendments help replenish soil
Martha Proctor
   Conifers' gifts continue after the holidays, too
Nanette Londeree
   Flowering trees, plants add color in bleak winter gardens
Martha Proctor
   Foxglove offers a spectacular display
Julie Monson
   Garden soil needs a healthy balance
Martha Proctor
   Gardening in indoor small spaces takes thought
Barbara J. Euser
   Gardening offers many health benefits
Julie Monson
   Good gardens start from the ground up
Martha Proctor
   Green Gulch Farm horticulturalist shares principles for growing food organically
Katie Martin
   Growing a community garden in Tiburon
Jeanne Price
   Growing a salad garden in a pot
Marybeth Kampman
   Growing UP - Vertical gardens create buildings that are vibrantly verdant, dynamic
Marybeth Kampman
   Habitat gardening can offer lots for wildlife, great views
Barbara J. Euser
   How to create a sustainable garden
Marybeth Kampman
   It's that bulb-planting time of year again
Marie Narlock
   Lessons from a foray into backyard beekeeping
Barbara J. Euser
   Lush lawns that use less water
Marie Narlock
   Marin Master Gardener: Gifts for Growers
Jane Scurich
   Marin's weather often to blame for paltry tomato crop
Nanette Londeree
   Native shrubs create a visual anchor in landscapes - fast
Jennifer Kinion
   Olive trees fit perfectly in Marin's Mediterranean-like climate
Jennifer Kinion
   Olompali Historic State Park celebrates heritage, rehabilitates gardens
Marilyn Geary
   Planting bulbs an easy way to create colorful garden
Martha Proctor
   Planting natives creates 'sweet bee-garden'
Barbara J. Euser
   Ponds, When it comes to building a backyard water feature, start with a good plan
Julie Monson
   Proper pruning of wisteria produces a plethora of blossoms
Julie Monson
   Rats can do a lot of damage around home, garden
Nanette Londeree
   San Rafael's Falkirk center gets a makeover
Nanette Londeree
   Save money, resources with landscaping advice
Marie Narlock
   Seeds hold the miracle of life, so save, swap and share them
Marilyn Geary
   Spray now or pay later
Nanette Londeree
   Springtime brings new growth - and pesky pests
Nanette Londeree
   Sweet peas are fragrance of spring
D.F. Braun
   Testing roses is serious, but what results!
D.F. Braun
   The case of the curious pest
D.F. Braun
   Think about plotting your garden plot
Marybeth Kampman

2008

   ‘Tis the Season – Garden Lovers Gift Ideas!
Jane Scurich
   A Green Autumn
Jennifer Kinion
   A Rose By Any Other Name …
D.F. Braun
   A Salad Garden
Julie Monson
   AMAZING Alstroemerias
Martha Proctor
   Bare bones about bareroot roses
Nanette Londeree
   Beginning Beekeeping
Barbara J. Euser
   Bringing Back the Victory Gardens
Marie Narlock
   Carnivores in the Conservatory
Jane Scurich
   Choose Your Mulch Wisely
Nanette Londeree
   Coaxing My Wisteria to Flower
Marilyn Geary
   Comfort in the Garden
D.F. Braun
   Designing your Garden with Drought-Tolerant Plants
Jeanne Price
   Experiencing Euphorbia
Barbara J. Euser
   Fremontodendron californica, Flannelbush Fremontia: a spectacular late=spring and summer bloomer
Julie Monson
   Gardening Muses
D.F. Braun
   Gardening to Scale: Beyond Bonsai
Janice Austin
   Gardening with Energy Costs in Mind
Martha Proctor
   Gardening without Watering
Barbara J. Euser
   Getting to Know the Garden Good Guys
Nanette Londeree
   Give Your Wallet a Break!
Nanette Londeree
   Growing Cyclamen in Greece and Marin
Barbara J. Euser
   Growing edibles in wintertime
Marie Narlock
   Heat Stressed Plants
Martha Proctor
   Heavenly Bamboo Lives up to its Name
Julie Monson
   Hidden Bounty of Marin—A Documentary Reminder to Think Globally, Eat Locally
Marie Narlock
   Knock, Knock—Who’s There?
Janice Austin
   Living Roof at the California Academy of Sciences
Jeanne Price
   Midsummer Gardening Tips
Jennifer Kinion
   Not So Crass -- Getting to Know the Crassula Family
Janice Austin
   Pansy--A Friend in Winter
D.F. Braun
   Paying Attention to Mushrooms
Sandra Massen
   Peonies For Our Mild Marin Climate
Jane Scurich
   Plumbago—A Gardener’s Dream
Martha Proctor
   Poinsettia –From Weed to Winner
Jeanne Price
   Pollination Ecology
Katie Martin
   Rose Pruning Basics
Nanette Londeree
   Scented Geraniums As Culinary Treats
Jane Scurich
   Selecting and Caring for Garden Tools
Jennifer Kinion
   SMALL FALL GARDENS
Joan Irwin
   The Beautiful Predators
Nanette Londeree
   The Brilliant Colors of Fall
Nanette Londeree
   The Calla
Jeanne Price
   Who Greened Your County
Marie Narlock

2007

   A Pretty “Weed” for your Garden
Jeanne Price
   A Visit to the Redwood Creek Native Plant Nursery
Jeanne Price
   Are gardeners using less pesticide?
D.F. Braun
   Asparagus
Marybeth Kampman
   Citron and Buddha's Hand
Marybeth Kampman
   Creating a Garden Album
Marybeth Kampman
   Darwin, Divas and Worms
Annie Spiegelman
   Easy Seeding Spring Annuals
Jennifer Kinion
   Four English Garden Designers
D.F. Braun
   Fruit trees: impulse buyers beware
Marie Narlock
   Garden Good Guys – Toads
Nanette Londeree
   Gardener’s checklist for summer
Marie Narlock
   Gardening in Difficult Places: A Tale of Two Median Islands
Julie Monson
   Green Roofs
Marilyn Geary
   Grown in the neighborhood! Marin Farmers Markets are Back!
Annie Spiegelman
   Healing gardens nurture and replenish us
Marilyn Geary
   Herbs in the Garden: Ancient History and Modern Use
D.F. Braun
   Hillside Gardening
Jane Scurich
   How to Help our Pollinators
Barbara Euser
   Hydrangeas: Prune for Maximum Flowering
Julie Monson
   Late Summer Color
Jennifer Kinion
   Live and let live: Overgrown plants can bring unexpected beauty
Jennifer Kinion
   Make Time for Garlic
Jennifer Kinion
   New Zealand flax provides vertical structure to your garden design
Jane Scurich
   Oh Christmas Tree!
Martha Proctor
   Photo Garden Journal
Marybeth Kampman
   Plant Bulbs For Spring Flowers
Jane Scurich
   Planting in Layers
Barbara Euser
   Plants with Place
Marie Narlock
   Providing Drainage – the Spaces in Between
Barbara Euser
   Rabbit Food for Roses?
Nanette Londeree
   Royal Companions
Nanette Londeree
   Snack Time in the Garden
Annie Spiegelman
   Summer and fall blooming bulbs
Jane Scurich
   The Chinese Garden
D.F. Braun
   The Greening of Gardeners
Marie Narlock
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