San Joaquin County Landscape Horticulture
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Key to Lush Trees: A Good Drink!

Tree w canopy- drip line transparent

Tending Your Trees, Part 2 Trees need water.  No surprise there.  Even after a good rain year in 2016-17, the stress of multiple drought years can still be seen in the larger landscape trees in any Central Valley town or city.  Once they...

Posted on Monday, May 14, 2018 at 12:09 PM

Lessons from the Lorax: Tend Your Trees!

branch bark ridge HIRES

Tending Your Trees, Part 1 Trees in the urban landscape contribute an enormous number of benefits to the environment and the well-being and even prosperity of the urban inhabitants in the shadow of their canopies1. They take longer to reach maturity...

Posted on Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 11:53 AM

A Rose is a Rose- or Is It?

'Icecap' rose from the Meilland breeding program

Roses! The word "rose" conjures up different images and feelings for different people. As landscape features they have long had a reputation for being garden princesses that require ample water, careful fertilization, and fungicide and insecticide...

Posted on Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 3:07 PM

Low-water vs. Drought-tolerant

The Learning Landscape at the Robert J. Cabral Agricultural Center in Stockton

Welcome to Landscape Lush - the Environmental Horticulture blog that is replacing the Green Notes newsletter. This new format will allow me to send more frequent, shorter articles on the latest in research, methods, and ideas on how to get the most...

Posted on Monday, November 6, 2017 at 5:00 PM
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