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March Horticulture Center Updates
The vegetable garden
It’s time to plant seeds for tomatoes, if you haven’t already. Don’t be tempted to buy tomato plants now at the garden store unless you have a warm place to keep them until April!
See what to do in the vegetable garden in March.
In the orchard
New! Are you interested in the varieties of fruit trees we grow at the Horticulture Center? Visit our new Orchard Maps. Ask us about them at the next Open Garden on March 11, 9 AM till Noon.
Also see our March orchard tips like waging war on coddling moths.
In the WEL
|March is a lovely time in the water-efficient landscape gardens at the Fair Oaks Horticulture Center.
For more favorites, please visit our plant lists for Winter and Spring.
|For many gardeners, turning the pile can be the most grueling part of composting. Get the right tools to make the best use of your efforts.|
|Do you want a ground cover that thrives in full or partial shade, does not require frost protection, and resists pests and disease? Sweet woodruff (Galium odoratum) is an attractive option.|
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Flower Power - California poppies. Plant seeds outdoors September through February for late March blooms. Plants reseed almost too much but their happy color is a treat every spring. California’s State Flower is adapted to dry climate. Poppies don’t transplant well. Their long tap roots draw water from deep in even clay soil.
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