This library contains information on herb and vegetable varieties to plant in Spring that do well in San Mateo and San Francisco County micro-climates. Plants are organized by type and each unique variety has a photo, detailed description and information on planting zones, sun exposure, water requirements and days to maturity.
|Gardening in the Shade||3/10/2021|
|Spring Edibles Series 3 of 5 - Planting Your Spring Vegetable Garden||3/12/2021|
|Spring Edibles Series 4 of 5 - Growing Herbs||3/26/2021|
|Spring Edibles Series 5 of 5 - Good Bug/Bad Bug on Edible Plants||4/9/2021|
Are you looking for a showy, drought tolerant plant that blooms profusely and attracts hummingbirds and other pollinators? You might like to try Aloes! They range in size from six-inch houseplants to tall trees. In the past, people mostly grew small...
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