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Jul 6, 2021

Henry Homeyer: The 'no work' garden - Concord Monitor

In fall the leaves transform into “striking hues of ambers, yellows, oranges and/or reds before dropping for the winter”. I have only seen it but once before, even though it is hardy to Zone 4. It is supposed to be very good for tough, hot dry places. It is dense enough that I saw no grass growing through it.Each year my friend picks a theme for her garden by the kitchen door. This year she focused on birds: metal birds, colorful bird houses, hummingbird feeders. She likes to find flourishes for the plants at yard sales and thrift stores, trying to keep her purchases to under $5.I asked my friend how she would describe herself as a gardener. “I’m a lazy gardener who doesn’t like to weed. I love color and whimsy and like to re-purpose everyday objects.” Nothing wrong with that – it gives her more time to volunteer, and take walks on her woodland trails.Adblock test (Why?)...

Apr 4, 2021

Old Roses bring breathtaking beauty, scent, history - Bonner County Daily Bee

Musk Rose, and the large flowers of the Chinas – also offer a gorgeous color choice; yellow. And a gamut of choices from pale yellow to yellow-orange, golden-yellow and creamy apricot, along with soft yellow to white. Tender and hardy only in US zones 7-10, their various growing habits – from shrub to rambler and/or climber – and sweet scent make them a treasure for greenhouse growers in colder climes. They are not truly Antique Roses, but their color – along with a prestigious heritage – decided me to include them. There are many more wondrous roses – Old Teas and many cultivars of Antiques, but today’s list gives fanciers a good selection and information to work with. As previously mentioned, area nurseries (NOT superstores or big supply outlets) are the places to enquire about availability. You wouldn’t buy a toothbrush or a vacuum cleaner at a nursery; plants, flowers, gardens are their realm. Support them. In a couple of weeks, this column will offer planting and growing tips for your roses and other flowering shrubs. Meanwhile, Happy Easter and Happy Spring! ...

Apr 4, 2021

Marin hike: Welcoming the flowers that bloom in the spring - Marin Independent Journal

When they go to seed the fruit is not hidden at all — the berry is a bright red-orange. Although it is not toxic, it is seedy and bland, and best left for the slugs and snails that eat it and spread the seeds. The flower was first described by John Torrey, who is perhaps best known for the Torrey pine named in his honor. It was named for Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, and friend of Charles Darwin and John Muir, who led him on a plant-seeking expedition in California. Look for Hooker’s fairy bells in the shade in Novato’s Indian Tree Open Space Preserve and Indian Valley Open Space Preserve, Mill Valley’s Blithedale Ridge, Steep Ravine on Mount Tamalpais and Shadyside Trail at Fairfax’s Bon Tempe Lake. A personal favorite among shrubs that bloom in March is the lovely bush poppy. Almost everyone is familiar with our state flower, the California poppy, but fewer know the bush poppy, with its satiny yellow flowers. It can grow to 10 feet, but is typically 6 to 8 feet tall. Look for bush poppies in bloom on the Southern Marin Line Fire Road at the end of Crown Road in Kentfield, on the Matt Davis Trail on Mount Tamalpais not far from the junction with Hogback, and on Fairfax’s Rocky Ridge. Miner’s lettuce is not yet flowering but the leaves are up. Native Americans looked forward to these early edible greens long before the 49ers realized they had enough vitamin C to prevent scurvy. The tiny white flower grows above a pair of fused leaves that appear to be one circular leaf. Leaves, stem and flowers are all edible. In addition to eating this plant raw and cooked, various tribes discovered medicinal uses. The Shoshoni made a poultice of leaves for arthritis, while the Thompson tribe used it for sore eyes and the Mahuna people found the plant could stimulate appetite. It was brought back to Europe as a food crop in 1794 and having escaped from cultivation it now also grows in the wild. Benefits touted on the internet include being an antioxidant and a detoxifier that can eliminate heavy metals stored in the liver. Just think of all of these plant blooming weeks before the official first day of spring! Wishing you a happy spring equinox on March 20. Wendy Dreskin has led the College of Marin nature/hiking class Meandering in Marin since 1998, and teaches other nature classes for adults and children. To contact her, go to ...

Apr 4, 2021

Will late rains bring a wildflower super bloom to California deserts this year? - Desert Sun

UC Irvine's Steele Burnand Research Center in Borrego Springs, agrees this year is bleak if you're looking for rolling carpets of orange poppies or hot pink sand verbena. He recalls that about 30 years ago, "the March skies opened week after week, and by the end of the month into early April, we had carpets of wildflowers.""So it's not entirely out of the realm of possibility, but it's pretty unlikely," said Dice. "Even in the worst years there are wildflowers, but there are not going to be any carpets like you see in what people call the super bloom years."The scant precipitation through the winter months means a super dud of a season in many places. The Antelope Valley live camera webstream shows dry, dun-colored fields. There are no traffic jams near Lake Elsinore on Interstate 15, like there were two years ago, when pounding rains on Valentine's Day and through the winter led to spectacular super blooms dubbed "Flowermageddon." A few blooms in Anza-Borrego State ParkBut at Anza-Borrego State Park in Borrego Springs, bits of scarlet fluttering atop spindly ocotillo stems right now aren't birds, they're flowers. Fat yellow creosote buds got a good soaking in early March, and desert sunshine had them popping open within days, with hungry bees crowding in.Perennials like ocotillo likely have enough moisture and sugars stored in their roots and stems to bloom, Cornett explained. Brittlebush is also sporting its typical yellow daisy-like petals. But even ocotillos "have their limit," he said. Too many recent, severe droughts have done in some plants. "In the California deserts, indeed in the West in general, we are getting about 10% less rainfall and twice as many droughts lasting three years or longer," said Cornett. "This is the price we're paying for climate change, these recurring droughts that are occurring more frequently, and that are more severe than any in recorded history." There are bright spots, though, particularly in burn areas.An iconic grove of California fan palms that was set ablaze by a young arsonist last year has come back strong, with eight-foot-wide spiky fronds shooting out of what appeared to be charred stumps last March. Burn scars can unleash wildflowers on steroids, if there are gentle, steady rains. But the green velvet now covering recently scorched Riverside and Orange County hills is also often comprised of nonnative mustard and other...


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