June 6, 2023

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It seems plants and trees have had enough of winter and they are springing into action with vibrant flowers and green hues dotting the desert. It's time to plant those flowers and garden plants for a great haul this summer.

Springtime Has Arrived, But Keep An Eye Out For One Last Frost
ByRowena McDermott
Here we are with Spring in the air, and all the fruit trees are absolutely gorgeous this year, thanks to all the rain!
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It’s Time To Start Thinking About Planting Spring Time Vegetables
The rain and snow are so incredible it is really hard to be disappointed with the season, and this is...
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It's Time To Start Your Spring Vegetables Transplants
It might be hard to believe after four feet of show in Wrightwood, but spring is approaching and it's time...
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It’s Time To Revive Your Bulbs From Their Suspended Animation
During this time of year, I hope those of you who tucked last year's Paperwhite or Amaryllis bulbs in the...
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Stop Clearing Your Garden Beds!
The temperatures are finally cooling across the High Desert, and for those not planning on doing any Winter planting, stop...
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It’s Time To Start Prepping Your Tulips
The days are getting shorter; eventually, it will be cool enough to plant tulips in your gardens. Tulips need several...
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Fall Is Coming So Get The Last of Your Summer Plants Started Before It's Too Late!
In the month of August, we are still enjoying summer's warmth. Still, our beautiful Fall season will soon be upon...
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The Lilies Are Coming, The Lilies Are Coming And Summer Planting Tips For Hot Weather
The summer solstice has just passed, so the days are shortening already, but for many of us in our High...
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Be Sure To Plant Your Bulbs Correctly For Springtime Success
The weather is cooling, and that means it is time to plant your Springtime bulbs, whether they are flowers, garlic,...
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Epsom Salt Can Help Your Tomatoes Grow
June gloom is a little early, and that is perfect for all your tomato transplanting if you have not completed...
Barn & Garden Tomato Transplants
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BARN & GARDEN: Make Sure You Harden Your Tomato Transplants
As I am writing this Spring is here in full force with high winds blowing through the High Desert, and...
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BARN & GARDEN: The Proper Soil Is Key To Gardening With Pots
As I am writing, this Spring 2021 has officially arrived, and I believe many of you are ready to get...
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BARN & GARDEN: Plant Flowers In Your Garden To Deter Bad Insects & Attract Good Ones
When planting your garden this Spring, don’t forget to plant some flowers amongst the rows.   Many flowers, including marigolds,...
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BARN & GARDEN: Get A Jump On Spring, Start Your Plants Indoors In The Winter
I am sitting here soaking in the gorgeous view of all the newly fallen snow out my windows but yet...
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BARN & GARDEN: Longer Days Mean It's Time To Start Transplants For Spring
The solstice has passed, and the days are lengthening, and most of us are starting to get that gardening itch...
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BARN & GARDEN: Food Scraps Help Revive Your Soil & Create Humus
For those of you taking the Winter growing season off, this is the perfect time to amend your gardens, building...

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