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GROW INSPIRED: AN URBAN GARDEN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

GROW INSPIRED: AN URBAN GARDEN IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

We are constantly amazed with how innovative and creative our garden partners are. Whether they’re working with 2 acres or 200 square feet, we #GrowInspired with their hard work and kick-ass gardens. So we decided to start featuring some of our favorite gardens and gardeners who inspire us to get out and play in the dirt.  Luis Tobon, better known as @GreenZebraGardening, has been gardening for just over a decade — his first garden was at an apartment he and his wife lived at in Long Beach, California. Fast forward 10 years to an urban vegetable oasis that has brought...

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PLANTS NEED SUPPORT TOO!

PLANTS NEED SUPPORT TOO!

Like people, many plants need support to grow, thrive, and be their best selves. We’ll go over some of the most common flowers and veggies that need support and how to easily provide it in your garden.

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SUPPORT GROUP FOR YOUR TOMATO PLANTS

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SUPPORT GROUP FOR YOUR TOMATO PLANTS

From time to time, we all need a little support, and that certainly rings true for you tomato plants!

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TO CUT OR NOT TO CUT -- PEONIES THAT IS

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TO CUT OR NOT TO CUT -- PEONIES THAT IS

We’ve all been there, facing the impossible question: to cut or not to cut? With Peonies, it can be even harder to decide. Should you leave the big, puffy blooms in the garden to impress anyone passing by (neighbors, butterflies, yourself)? Or, do you cut them and enjoy them just for yourself displayed proudly in a vase on your dining room table? If you decide to give them the axe and enjoy them indoors, we’ve got a few tips to help keep them lasting longer so you feel good about your decision - and they last as long as possible!  ...

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A STAKE IN THE GROUND

A STAKE IN THE GROUND

  The wound of racism runs deep in America. Pick at the Bandaid that tries to conceal it and you’ll find pain, raw and fresh, beneath. The brutal killings of George Floyd, Philandro Castille, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arberyoff weren’t the first reminder of this uncomfortable truth. Or the second. Or the thousandth. But they exposed yet again that progress towards civil rights is excruciatingly, unforgivably slow. It's not enough to hashtag a movement or put a sign in the yard or shake our heads and mutter how terrible it is. We need to act. We need to do. We...

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