Got a Christmas Cactus from the $1 bin at the nursery in 2019 and wanted to show how nice it looked in bloom. All the camera wanted was the bear on its back
Keyhole gardens produce an amazing amount of food with little effort, but to keep them productive, you'll want to renew the bed every now and then. Here's how.
Whatever your beliefs and however you celebrate, I hope you have a wonderful holiday and spend it with the people you love the most!
Did you feel Autumn pass into winter today? Me neither, but I did catch the last sunset of Fall last night. Also, this Christmas weekend looks to be wonderful.
The Toyon is a California native tree whose deep green foliage and bright red berries in December earned it the nickname "Hollywood"
This little 6" orange marmalade aloe chose the biggest Pacific storm of the year as the perfect time to put out this foot tall bright fuchsia bloom.
Rescued a piece of a Mariner's Kalanchoe from a trash bin in 2019. Today it's flourishing in the succulent garden and blooming like there's no tomorrow
Picked the final batch of fresh hot peppers and split the fermenting peppers into 2 batches so I could add more to each before they go to rest for the winter.
A 1941 photo postcard of hundreds of acres of poinsettias in bloom on the San Diego coast where Camp Pendleton and San Onofre State Beach are now located.
The keyhole garden planted for Super Bowl. All the veggies we need for garlic-cheese potatoes, nachos, and a vegetable tray (if I could grow queso, I would) .