We all want to produce a juicy, ripe tomato that will be perfect for summer salads and fresh sauces. And who doesn't like a fresh BLT sandwich? Choose a bright airy spot to plant your tomatoes. Air needs to circulate around them, and they need at least 10 hours of light per day during the summer season. Each season it is good to alternate the tomato beds between a few spots in the garden to diminish the risk of soil borne diseases such as bacterial spot and early blight.
We had so much fun this past Saturday, April 22, 2017--Earth Day! and the day of the Inglewood Classic 5K and Fun Walk. We just had to share some pictures of all the fun we had. We plan to see all of you back next year and have all you that missed out on the fun there too!!! #workingtogether #EarthDay #Fundraiser #events
Let's face it, whether we are fond of creepy crawlers or not, some of them are extremely beneficial insects to have in our gardens. Spiders too. Of course, there are a ton of pesky bugs out there that will wreak havoc on your vegetable and flower gardens but there is no need to have chemical pesticides, instead buy or catch bugs. If you don't have a huge garden you might only have to relocate the insects pestering your plants, as killing them isn't always necessary or ben
Green is IN. The greening movement is happening most visibly in urban areas and in small communities and schools, and it success reaches beyond beautification. Community gardens provide people with food and serenity, build stronger neighborhoods, and help clean up the environment. Gardening is not just a feel good activity any more. More and more communities are recognizing that garden reduce crime, increase citizen involvement, increase property values, empower residents