Yeah, we didn't think it was possible either.
Fall is typically the time to start cleaning up and closing down for the winter. Not so in California. Fall's the prime time to plant our spectacular California natives.
Autumn's one of my favorite times of the year -- the cascading colors from browns to reds and ambers, leaves crunching under my feet and cozy nights i...
Get your bulbs ready.
An army marches on it's stomach, so I'm thinking about what food I want to see for the next four years. Ann Romney told us that she was through with tuna fish and pasta, and I'm not.
We bet you're wondering how can it be that a plant can eat prey?
I felt like Alice and the Queen of Hearts might have been on the other side!
Velez and Arora don't consider themselves foodies. And the idea of helping people to embrace permaculture is far from what they studied at school, but Back to the Roots has been incredibly successful, and they never looked back.
I used to spend a lot of time in my garden to achieve a more manicured look. At that point in my life it was about impressing folks. It was more about how people saw me. Now that I am older I worry less.
A little-understood but devastating beetle is infesting trees in commercial avocado groves, botanical gardens and backyards in Southern California.
Okay, soil sommeliers, compost queens, Earth science professors (nerds!), organic gardeners and worm-worshipping tree huggers: this is your moment to shine. Documentary filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia has got your back. She speaks your filthy language.
When I think of roses, I think about romanticism and beauty in the purest form. Poets write about them and artists use them as their muse. These flowe...
There are certain things I'll never understand: the rules of cricket, how fish reproduce, and people who don't like pickles. Because, come on, pickles taste amazing! Here are a few easy tips for making sure your pickles come out great.
Next there were a few members on the board who seemed to know a lot more about such things than I, and they asked with puzzled looks: "Who would want to drive all the way out there just to garden?" Me and other gardeners like me, I suggested. That made them all laugh.
I had a boyfriend in college who told me, "I thought you must be kind of a ditz because you were laughing all the time." Right. I'm laughing because otherwise I wouldn't step out of my house.
Food justice is about principles that are firmly rooted in an Islamic ethics that makes it obligatory for Muslims to care for the poor. How can we ensure that the members of our community have access to food that is wholesome and ethically sound?