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Try Vegetable Gardening!

Growing your own vegetables and herbs is a fulfilling experience whether you garden alone, with other adults or with children. It connects you with nature and rewards your efforts with tasty nutritious produce. Anyone can grow delicious vine ripe tomatoes, tender salad greens, and fresh aromatic herbs. With a little space and effort you will soon be harvesting your favorite crops.

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July in the Garden

Sunshine and blue skies generally are the norm in July as summer weather banishes June's gloom. With the season's change comes rising temperatures that stress gardens and gardeners alike. Irrigation is a major concern, heightened this year by a dry winter. Make sure every precious drop counts to keep your landscape and edibles healthy. Major makeovers can wait until fall but it's not too early to plot future changes.


Is Your Garden Sustainable?

sustainable gardenHow earth-friendly is your garden? The things you do in your garden affect far more than just your own property. Our checklist will help you evaluate your current gardening practices and will suggest additional practices you can adopt to make your garden more earth-friendly and sustainable.

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Find out everything you need to know to be a successful vegetable gardener from our resident expert.

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Balboa Park Founders Plaza
Adopt-A-Plot Project

Balboa Park, the jewel of San Diego, is holding its Centennial Celebration in 2015. To get ready for the celebration, the gardens in the park are in need of some overdue upgrades and enhancements. The UCCE Master Gardener Program of San Diego County, at the request of the Friends of Balboa Park, is participating in the Adopt-A-Plot program.

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