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  • Meet nice native skunk cabbage and beneficial flies that like it … as well as not-so-nice winged burning bush

    When you hear the name, skunk cabbage, you instinctively wrinkle your nose, thinking it smells bad.
  • Reader asks: How do you sprout sweet potatoes?

    Reader asks: How do you sprout sweet potatoes?
    Q: Perhaps you can answer a question about starting sweet potatoes in jars of water. I have looked at many YouTube videos showing various techniques, but all seem to overlook which end of the potato goes down (in the water) and which goes up (in the air)....

    Disney films inspire floral fantasy at Philadelphia Flower Show

    Disney films inspire floral fantasy at Philadelphia Flower Show
    Lights, camera ... blossom! Floral and garden designers are paying homage to Disney and Pixar films at the Philadelphia Flower Show, which opens Saturday with the theme "Celebrate the Movies." Meticulously landscaped exhibits have been inspired by...

    Scott Daigre discusses all things tomato, including Tomatomania

    Scott Daigre discusses all things tomato, including Tomatomania
    For Ojai-based tomato expert and self-described "tomatomaniac" Scott Daigre, there is no such dilemma as having "too many tomatoes." Every year, Daigre hosts Tomatomania, a traveling pop-up sale of hundreds of heirloom and hybrid tomato seedlings. We...

    'Sweetening' the soil has nothing to do with sugar

    'Sweetening' the soil has nothing to do with sugar
    I've been using granulated sugar to feed my garden soil. How often should I use it? Sugar is not a recommended fertilizer. Perhaps you've been confused by reports of "sour" soil that needs to be made "sweet." Sweet and sour are old-fashioned terms...