Though it may not be readily apparent, there really is something positive to say about the garden in January. I’ve been cutting back the grasses, and even allowing for the dozens of poppy seedlings that are emerging and staking a claim on spring, there’s still an impressive amount of vacant planting space opening up. All […]
Dustin’s Facebook feed is showing lots of new work, and I just had to pop over to see what he’s been up to, even if it was almost too late in the afternoon for photos.
Invariably, whenever I post on Dustin, I get inquiries about his work, running the gamut from private individuals to public […]
One storm down, five more or so to go. For the first time in a long while, the air smells incredibly fresh.
January is always the perfect time for the shocking pink blooms on Pelargonium echinatum to arrive.
A “Sundiascia” I planted in early December, found at Sunset Boulevard Nursery. I […]
I should have talked less and picked up the camera more at the meetup this past Saturday at the Huntington Botanical Garden, but that wouldn’t have been as much fun as our nonstop gabfest. The occasion for the meetup was Gerhard (Succulents & More) visiting Los Angeles at the end of a week-long winter sabbatical […]