- Author: Loren Nelson
Our gardens have experienced a roller-coaster of water availability from nature in the last year.
We went from an exceptionally long drought to a very wet winter.
Now, we're in the heat of summer already and there is no telling what's in store so we are not out of the woods yet.
This week on In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners, our own Master Gardener and KUCI host Ann Liu talks with Jennifer Pelham, the Horticultural Advisor for Orange and San Diego County, about “Gardens After a Wet Winter and Long Drought”.
She explains how trees were weakened and then toppled during the rains. Also, when the next bout of heavy rains come around, learn how best to use storm water drainage to keep your garden sustainable.
And lots more information about weeds, diseases, pests, and nutrient disorders with your plants.
Podcast Topic: Gardens after a Wet Winter and Long Drought
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