Tagged "half moon bay gardening"


Stipa ichu

For years I have found immense beauty and interest in these grasses – and not just for their ease of cultivation, muted color or texture. I appreciate the movement they demonstrate throughout the year (depending on weather) and find it constantly fascinating. The slightest breeze allows them to sway, rocking back and forth in a …
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#GAworkshops – Succulent Wreath Making

We had so much fun at our first #GAworkshop last weekend! Despite the chilly weather, we all stayed warm with our new pair of sharp clippers, mossy wreath and bundles of gorgeous succulent cuttings. Here are the pics! *Special thanks for Rob + Dahlia Co for the awesome pics!
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Driftwood Fence

Believe it or not, I don’t have much garden space. My landlords seemingly LOVE concrete – and it’s everywhere! When I was first leasing the house about 5 years ago, they were about to add concrete to the front yard, “So there’s less weeds.” I pleaded with them to stop concreting everything...
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Plants 365, week 4

Hi! I’m Jenn – botanist, CEO, potty mouth. This is my “plant diary”, where every day for the entire year I will log my experience with plants. I’m not sure what that’s actually going to look like, but it doesn’t really matter – I just want to talk plants. But first, here’s a little context …
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A late Spring garden in the dead of Winter.

I spent the weekend mostly at the beach then writing then eating ollalieberry pie and finally pruning the roses in my garden. I saved the best for last, as I do every year. I make myself muck out the weeds, pull out any plants that need transplanting or ones that just need to be tossed …
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