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California State Featured Florists
2207 Ventura BlvdCamarillo, CA 93010
411 Hartz AveDanville, CA 94526
600 E 8Th StLos Angeles, CA 90014
134 E Main StEl Cajon, CA 92020
216 N Coast HwyOceanside, CA 92054
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Oct 10, 2019
Hall Of Flowers Freshmen Class: All The Brands And Products Debuting At The California Event - Yahoo Finance
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asterfarms/https://www.asterfarms.com/findus" data-reactid="24" Where it's available for purchase: Throughout California: https://www.asterfarms.com/findusWhat's Now, New, Next?" data-reactid="25" What's Now, New, Next?Aster Farm's Day To Night Pre-Roll Pack and Harry’s Harvest, a give-back program from Aster Farms with an emphasis on supporting the communities where we live and farm.Better Days Bakeryhttp://betterdaysbakeries.com/" data-reactid="28" Website: http://betterdaysbakeries.com/https://www.instagram.com/betterdaysbakeries/" data-reactid="29" Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/betterdaysbakeries/Where it's available for purchase: Will know after the show!What's Now, New, Next?" data-reactid="31" What's Now, New, Next?Brand debut launching with vegan and gluten free edibles with no processed sugars.Bloom FarmsWebsite: https://getbloomfarms.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloomfarms/Where it's available for purchase: Throughout California and elsewhere: https://getbloomfarms.com/find-us/What's Now, New, Next?" data-reactid="37" What's Now, New, Next?Debuting new Liquid Live Resin San Fernando Valley cartridge; reached 2 million meals donated with 1:1 programCountry Cannabisp class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm" type="text" content="Website: http://countrycannabiscompany.c... Oct 10, 2019
Flowers of the Sun - The Spokesman-Review
She took a trip to California’s wine country in early September and experienced first-hand the power of tasting rooms.
“You’re like, ‘Oh wow, I love this,’” Martineau said. “‘Taste this! Where can I get it?’ And they’re like, ‘Well, you can only get it here.’”
For Oliver, the difference between cannabis cultivation and wine growing shows how far she and her fellow sungrowers have yet to travel in the march toward legitimacy and legacy.
“At wineries, kids can be running around the grapes, and in the winery,” Oliver said. “Our kids can’t even see us putting plants in the ground. So we’re missing out on passing on that knowledge to our children.”
Tom Bowers left his life as a columnist for The Spokesman-Review in 2008 to seek his fortune in the world. He consults for cannabis, beer, and recording industries as the founder and Managing Director of Propagate Consultants.
Oct 10, 2019
Planning year-round blooms - Los Altos Town Crier
Fall: native goldenrods, with spires of yellow flowers; or California fuchsias, typically with hummingbird-attracting orange-red flowers and gray to blue foliage
Annual wildflowers offer exuberant bursts of color. Most California wildflowers flourish in the spring: pink clarkias, blue globe gilias, yellow tidy tips, baby blue eyes, cream cups and many more. California poppies can rebloom if they are cut back after they begin to set seed, and occasionally watered. An easy summer wildflower is tarweed, with red-accented yellow daisy-like flowers.
One of our wildflowers is widely used as a spring cover crop: tansy-leaf phacelia. It grows approximately 3 feet high, and bees are drawn to its lavender blue flowers.
Finally, don’t overlook native bunchgrasses. They offer pollen and overwintering sites, as well as undisturbed shelter for beneficial insects.
With their flowering stems backlit by the sun, grasses add a dramatic element to the garden.
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It's fall, which means it's prime plant sale time in Southern California - Los Angeles Times
It’s fall, which means it’s prime time to get into the garden here in Southern California. Fall also means plant sale season. Here are just a few events to get you started:Oct. 19Garden Market and Fall Plant Sale at UC Riverside Botanic Gardens includes California native and water-wise plants propagated in the garden, as well as vegetable seedlings, succulents, patio and house plants, landscape trees and plants that attract native pollinators. Vendors will sell fruit trees, tropical plants, plumeria and Australian plants, and garden volunteers and master gardeners will be available to answer questions. Free admission. Members only 8 to 10 a.m.; public entry 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. , 1 Botanic Garden Drive on the UCR Campus. Plant sale lists available online at least one week before the sale. gardens.ucr.eduOct. 19-20Rancho... Oct 10, 2019
Here Are The Best Native Plants For San Leandro Gardens - San Leandro, CA Patch
In San Leandro, some of the best flowers to grow this season include black sage, blue elderberry and California figwort. Here's a roundup of some other great local options: California Rose"California Rose, or California Wildrose, is a perennial, deciduous shrub that can form thickets, growing up to 8 to 10 feet in height and width."Birds they attract: mockingbirds & thrashers, vireos, wood warblers, orioles, chickadees & titmice, thrushes, wrens, woodpeckers, cardinals & grosbeaks, sparrows, nuthatches, waxwingsCalifornia Sage"Also known as Chia Sage, Golden Chia, Desert Chia, or simply Chia, this annual herb grows to 2 feet in height. " Birds they attract: cardinals & grosbeaks, finches, crows & jays, chickadees & titmice, sparrows, woodpeckersChristmashorns "Also known as Red Orange, or Canyon Larkspur, this is a perennial herb that grows up to 2 feet in height, sprouting beautiful red flowers from March through June."Birds they attract: hummingbirdsAmericans spent a record $47.8 billion on lawn and garden retail sales in 2017, according to the National Gardening Survey. The average household spent more than $500 on gardening. Among the companies reaping the benefits is Walnut Creek's Central Garden & Pet, climbing the Fortune 500 list. And while older adults accounted for 35 percent of all gardeners, millennials were getting their hands and knees dirty at all-time high levels. Adults 18-34 accounted for 29 percent of all gardeners, the survey found. Among the recent trends — more people are investing in raised beds as opposed to digging holes, and they're spending money on apps rather than glossy gardening books. Patch national staffer Dan Hampton contributed to this report. Also See: ...