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California month-by-month gardening

Claire Splan

California month-by-month gardening

what to do each month to have a beautiful garden all year

by Claire Splan

  • 203 Want to read
  • 26 Currently reading

Published .
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    Subjects:
  • Gardening

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementClaire Splan
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB453.2.C2 S65 2014
    The Physical Object
    Pagination240 pages
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27176386M
    ISBN 10159186609X
    ISBN 109781591866091
    LC Control Number2014030597
    OCLC/WorldCa876350565

    In Welsh returned as a columnist to San Diego Home/Garden Magazine, In , Chronicle Books published Pat Welsh’s Southern California Gardening: A Month-by-Month Gardening Guide, the first major gardening book "written exclusively for the unique climate and conditions of Southern California". This book stayed in print for twenty years. Gardening: If Wisteria Vine Too Big, Try Making It a Tree Redfield is an avid gardener in Los Angeles and author of "The Southern California Month by Month Flower Gardening Book."Author: MARGARET REDFIELD.

    This is an excellent book for Southern California gardeners. The author tells you month by month what you need to do to keep your garden looking good. For example, using certain fertilizers in one month can help you plants grow or flower in later months/5(30). Eminently readable, California Native Gardening will reside on my bookshelf right next to those treasured books by Bornstein, Fross, and O’Brien, Smith, Keator, and Rountree. This is the book I’ve been looking for to guide me through a year’s program of maintenance of the increasing number of .

    This garden calendar’s timing aims for the middle south in the middle of each month. For the lower south, the tasks will fall toward the beginning of the month. For the upper south, wait until month’s end. January: Keep pansy blossoms plucked to get more buds and blooms. Fertilize garden . May 1, - Northern California Gardening: A Month-by-Month Guide Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.


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This is the first month-by-month guide to gardening with native plants in a state that follows a unique, nontraditional seasonal rhythm. Beginning in October, when much of California leaves the dry season behind and prepares for its own green “spring,” Helen Popper provides detailed, calendar-based information for both beginning and experienced native gardeners/5(22).

Claire Splan, a freelance writer and editor, is the author of California Month-by-Month Gardening and California Fruit and Vegetable Gardening, both published by Cool Springs Press.A member of the Garden Writers Association, Claire writes about gardening on her blog, An Alameda Garden, and has written for several garden-related websites.4/5(6).

California Month-by-Month Gardening book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. It may be the Golden State, but your garden can be any /5(3). Written by longtime gardening journalist Claire Splan, California Month-by-Month Gardening is the sister manual to our California Getting Started Garden Guide.

Inside, Splan dedicates a thoroughly detailed chapter to each month of the year, telling you what species you should consider planting, precisely when you should plant them, and how to care for them for maximum :   Written by Alameda resident and longtime gardening journalist Claire Splan, California Month-by-Month Gardening is the sister manual to our California Getting Started Garden Guide.

Inside, Splan dedicates a thoroughly detailed chapter to each month of the year, telling you what species you should consider planting, precisely when you should Brand: Cool Springs Press. California Month-by-Month Gardening: What to Do Each Month to Have a Beautiful Garden All Year - Ebook written by Claire Splan.

Read this book using Google California month-by-month gardening book Books app on your California month-by-month gardening book, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read California Month-by-Month Gardening: What to Do Each Month to Have a Beautiful Garden All : Claire Splan.

Get this from a library. California month-by-month gardening: what to do each month to have a beautiful garden all year. [Claire Splan] -- "An introductory overview of California's microclimates and soil types, along with a primer on general gardening techniques and a color-coded USDA zone map, prepares you to make your best effort as a.

The second part is a month by month guide, and it is wonderful to put the book in a convenient place and read about the month to come. The book is centered around Northern California but people from The is one of the most beautifully written books on gardening out there/5. Pacific Northwest Month-by-Month Gardening takes the guesswork out of gardening for anyone living in the region (Northern California, Oregon, Washington, or British Columbia).

This garden guide is full of critical gardening when-to's and how-to's, along with illustrated step-by-step instructions that will keep your garden thriving all year : Cool Springs Press.

Written by Alameda resident and longtime gardening journalist Claire Splan, California Month-by-Month Gardening is the sister manual to our California Getting Started Garden Guide.

Inside, Splan dedicates a thoroughly detailed chapter to each month of the year, telling you what species you should consider planting, precisely when you should Brand: Claire Splan. Written by Alameda resident and longtime gardening journalist Claire Splan, California Month-by-Month Gardening is the sister manual to our California Getting Started Garden Guide.

Inside, Splan dedicates a thoroughly detailed chapter to each month of the year, telling you what species you should consider planting, precisely when you should Author: Dennis Pittenger.

The Month-By-Month series is the perfect companion to take the guesswork out of gardening. With this book, you'll know what to do each month to have gardening success all year.

Written by authors in your state, the information is tailored to the issues that affect your garden the most. “Pat Welsh’s Southern California Organic Gardening, Month by Month”, Chronicle Books;takes local gardeners by the hand and helps them grow a beautiful pest-and-disease-free garden while living in harmony with nature, caring for the environment, and protecting people and pets as well.

This book is packed with easy-to-follow. With this comprehensive, illustrated guide for both novice and expert gardeners, popular San Francisco Chronicle garden columnist Katherine Grace Endicott maps out the rewards of growing flowers, fruits, and vegetables throughout Northern California.

The unique month-by-month format helps readers find answers when they need them, while detailed information on native and nonnative species and 5/5(1). This Generic Fertilizers Chart show you what products can be used for a “source of”, how quickly it works, approximate formula, and characteristics.

Generic Fertilizers & Soil Amendments Chart. Be sure to reference “Southern California Organic Gardening: Month by Month” for in depth use instructions.

"Claire Splan's California Month-by-Month Gardening takes the guesswork out of planting and maintenance for the state's gardeners. The book includes smart seasonal advice, such as planting sweet potatoes now for a Thanksgiving harvest."--Sunset Magazine, May Our garden guide for southern California can help you navigate the climate and help with creating a garden that bursts with color and blooms year-round.

Start with our guides for tasks, including tips for maintaining a healthy and beautiful garden in the California seasons. Get this from a library. California native gardening: a month-by-month guide.

[Helen Ann Popper]. First published inPat Welsh's Southern California Gardening has sold well o copies and received great critical acclaim. This completely revised and updated edition includes 40 new color photographs plus new information on perennials, ornamental grasses, geraniums, and more.

Monthly chapters discuss relevant gardening topicsclimate, plant selection, soils, fertilizers, and 5/5(2). I stumbled on this book at the library, and now I have to have my very own copy to keep at my bedside. People who have grown up gardening in Northern California might find Endicott's advice old hat, but for people like me -- a longtime gardener but new to this region -- or for longtime NoCal residents who are just now getting into gardening -- this is an excellent guide.5/5(5).

Book Description: This is the first month-by-month guide to gardening with native plants in a state that follows a unique, nontraditional seasonal rhythm.

Beginning in October, when much of California leaves the dry season behind and prepares for its own green “spring,” Helen Popper provides detailed, calendar-based information for both.

This is the first month-by-month guide to gardening with native plants in a state that follows a unique, nontraditional seasonal rhythm. Beginning in October, when much of California leaves the dry season behind and prepares for its own green spring, Helen Popper provides detailed, calendar-based information for both beginning and experienced native gardeners.This is the first month-by-month guide to gardening with native plants in a state that follows a unique, nontraditional seasonal rhythm.

Beginning in October, when much of California leaves the dry season behind and prepares for its own green “spring,” Helen Popper provides detailed, calendar-based information for both beginning and experienced native gardeners.