While the days are getting shorter, the soil is still warm and rain is just around the corner (we hope!).
These are perfect conditions for planting incredibly beautiful, easy care and varied assortment of perennial bloomers, grasses, and water thrifty plants that will enhance your garden for years!
Back to school AND back to the garden for winter planting.
This week is our regular monthly episode of “This Month in the Garden” on the In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners show.
Consider what spring-flowering bulbs to buy. Plant Green Peas now to eat! Plant Sweet Peas now to brighten your Holidays!
Listen to UC Master Gardeners and KUCI Staff Hosts Katrina Kirkeby and Teena Spindler as they help you get off on the right garden clog this month In the Garden!
While water restrictions are here for the foreseeable future, many home gardeners and letting plants die and making landscape changes that are short sighted, expensive, and even unnecessary.
Tune in to hear the how to have healthy (and cooling, energy-efficient) trees, shrubs, and yes, even lawns, in times of drought.
UC Master Gardener and KUCI Staff Host Mark Fierle will speak again with Dr. Niamh Quinn, the current UC Cooperative Extension Advisor, for the full hour about coyotes.
The growing incidents of human/coyote conflicts exhibit a need to discuss ways of measuring and then managing for the coexistence of the urban homeowner/gardener and the now urban coyote populations.
Dr. Quinn's unique sense of humor will draw you in for this important subject of discussion.
UC Master Gardener and KUCI Staff Host Katrina Kirkeby will continue her talk with Earnest Miller from two weeks ago.
There are ways to retain a lot of the nutritional benefits of fresh-picked fruits and vegetables through proper preservation techniques. Learn how!