The March issue of Sunset Magazine is out and making for some happy people at my house…
It’s not too late to plant bulbs. On Saturday, we planted a whole slew of them and fingers crossed, we’ll have some beauties sprouting in the spring.
Since I have self-assigned this as “Brit week” here on the blog, it’s only fitting to designate a little day to the amazing gardens of the land.
If you have a sunny spot in your yard that right now is filled with less than desirable existing plants, consider creating a butterfly garden.
Right now is the time to encourage your roses to bloom, all it takes is a trip to the drug store to get started.
Here are some of my tried and true spring gardening tips to help get a jumpstart on your warm weather vegetables and herbs.
Since we are rolling into St. Patrick’s Day it seems like the right time to talk cabbage, specifically Brussels sprouts.
What I lack in natural botanical insight is made up for with these garden resources and a hefty dose of wonderful Santa Barbara weather.
During the winter stone fruit trees are not blossoming and robust with juicy treasures. And while I wouldn’t trade the summer bounty for this colder season, I do love the sculptural look of the naked branches.
As I heard my girls warn a friend not to touch the stinky sandbox, inspiration hit.