News and Other Articles That I've Found Interesting
We’re in a megadrought. Here’s how to keep your veggie garden alive this summer
Native Plants for Southern California Pollinators
Wild mustard fields can be dazzling — and devastating
How the Rage for Sage Threatens Native American Traditions and Recipes
Find these 6 gardens hidden in unexpected places around Los Angeles
Does Adding Fungi to Soil Do More Harm Than Good?
Why Beans Were an Ancient Emblem of Death
Wildflowers Springing Up
Worm composting is great for the planet and your garden.
The Vegetable Gardener’s Guide to Crop Rotation
Remembering the ‘Kiwi Queen’ Who Revolutionized American Produce Aisles
The Fight To Save Chile’s Glorious White Strawberry
The Farmers and Gardeners Saving the South’s Signature Green
The White House Vegetable Garden: 10 Fascinating Facts
SoCal plant people: Here’s how to prepare for this week’s frosty winter storm
A plant that outlived dinosaurs is being poached to extinction, crime analysts warn
How to Resurrect Gold-Rush Era Orchards Ravaged by Fire
SNAP Benefits Can Be Used to Buy Seeds. Why Isn’t That Well Known?
He spends his days counting monarch butterflies in L.A. He could use your help
Urban Farming Can Actually Be Pretty Productive
Dig Into an Enormous Archive of Drawings Unveiling the Complex Root Systems of 1,180 Plants
The one gardening mistake you can’t afford to make: Feed Your Soil!
Exploring the ultimate Christmas plant, the poinsettia, and its Southern California history
Wild Poinsettias Can Grow 8 Feet Tall
The ‘Rock Food’ Feast That Looks Good Enough to Eat
The Myth, the Legend, the Parasite: Romance, Lore, and Science beneath the Mistletoe
Holiday Season Brings Poisonous Plants into the Home
Colored Micrographs Magnify Pollen Seeds, Plant Cells, and Leaf Structures
The Magnificent Orchards That Protect the World’s Fruit
After Record Low, Monarch Butterflies Return