November in the Garden

La Nina is messing with our weather again. The National Weather Service reports above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation in our area and most of the U.S. for November, December and January. Being forewarned is being forearmed. You might want to consider installing drip irrigation for your vegetables and your ornamental

It’s not too late to start a winter herb garden

There’s nothing like the fragrance of rosemary in a warmkitchen during cold and dreary winter days. Or the taste of fresh chiveschopped on a baked potato. Or cilantro in that salsa you’re making. These herbs, as well as others, can be grownoutside during the winter.

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