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September Newsletter Is Hot Off The Press!

Well, at least in digital form, that is! Stories include Milkweed & Butterflies, a Giant Pumpkin, the Corpse Flower, Composting Buddy, Flowers for your Moon Garden, Plants for Bug Control in your Kitchen Garden, Watering Plants, Garden Classes & More. Download September Newsletter PDF

August Newsletter Is Here!

Stories this month include Fennel, Attracting Ladybugs, Heat-Tolerant Plants, Garden Focal Points, Tomato Maladies, Garden Classes and more! August Newsletter PDF

What’s Wrong With Your Tomato?

Check out our latest tip sheet on tomato problems and how to solve them. Tomato Problems & Solutions PDF

It’s Hot, It’s the July Newsletter!

Here’s some summertime reading just in time for 4th of July weekend! Articles include Growing Waterwise Edibles, Caterpillars, San Diego Fair Display, Lantana, The Araucaria Family, Hummingbirds, Garden Classes and more! Download the Newsletter PDF

In The June Newsletter…

Stories this month include planting pumpkins and melons, fungus gnats remedies, composting basics, planting sunflowers, the most popular houseplants according to Tik Tok views, garden classes and more! Download the June Newsletter PDF

The May Newsletter Is Here!

Stories this month include Growing African Violets, Tip Top Tomatoes, Rebate for Planting a Tree, Bulb Predictions, Perks of Planting, Companion Planting, May Special & More! Download the May Newsletter PDF

April Newsletter Is Here!

Stories this month include Carrots, Composting, Tool Sharpening, Earth Day, Deadheading Roses, Gardening Tools, Spring Garden Tour, To Do List, Garden Classes, and an April Special! Download the April Newsletter PDF

Citrus Pest Alert!

Please Don’t Bring Any Citrus To Our Stores. Due to HLB (Huanglongbing) or citrus greening disease, all citrus sales are now final. We WILL NOT accept citrus returns. Unfortunately for the time being, we ask you not to bring any part of a citrus tree or fruit to our stores in an attempt to diagnose any perceived maladies or identify a variety. Instead, please take many photos of the problem as well as overall pictures of the tree, and from that, we will do our best to assist you. To learn more about HLB, read the story in the March Newsletter PDF.