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Jul 6, 2021

Moon flowers, a romantic Ocean Beach garden, the Monterey cypress - San Diego Reader

Paul Stachellek Get That Gorgeous Girl Out of That Rock Sin has hundreds of gardens all over the county, many in Point Loma and Rancho Santa Fe.. I have talked with a few of these lucky people. They regard Sin with affectionate wonder and tell stories about his skill and the strength of his vision — tales of plant identification, coaxing branches down to the ground, daredevil pruning. In a garden in Point Loma, he grafted a red leaf plum onto an apricot because he wanted the color. By Robert Gluck, July 27, 1995 Read full article The Monterey cypress is one of the worst trees for Southern California. Pull It Up by the Roots Before You Fall in Love With It About 40 years ago, shortly after Lou and I built our home and every penny counted, I climbed to the top of a large Monterey cypress tree outside our bedroom and cut off its totally dead top section. The dead portion was over ten feet tall. My mother-in-law, Frances Lloyd Wright, glanced out of her living room window, saw me astride a branch on top of the tree, and had a fit. By Pat Welsh, Jan. 15, 1998 Read full article Frances and John Lloyd Wright. At lunch Pat is always joined by her husband, retired superior court judge Louis Welsh, whose parents, Frances and John Lloyd Wright (son of Frank Lloyd Wright), both now deceased, lived next door. Peter Jensen The Julia Child of gardening “Chickweed is the main winter weed of my garden, and in a way I don’t mind because it’s edible.” She pulls up the tiny plant, its leaves not so feathery as cilantro, and eats it. “Don’t confuse it with scarlet pimpernel, which has a pink flower. This has a white flower and it’s a better antioxidant than almost anything other than spinach, so I eat a little every day when I’m out in the garden.” By Peter Jensen, Aug. 17, 1995 Read full article Author's garden. For those of a certain bent, a garden defines home in a way that nothing else can. Photo b...

Feb 3, 2016

Harold Bergquist

Susan; his children; his grandchildren, Melissa Bergquist and Michael Aiken; his brothers, Donald Bergquist, Adams, and Robert (Kaaren) Bergquist, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Harold was preceded in death by his son, Harold John; and his parents. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to ( ... (Bismarck Tribune)

Dec 30, 2015

Bird counts show populations come and go

Each count area encompasses a circle 15 miles in diameter that can include multiple cities. Tuesday: Rancho Santa Fe Circle. Contact Robert Patton at Saturday: Escondido Circle. Contact Ken Weaver at Date to be announced: Salton Sea South. Contact Oscar Johnson at San Diegans have participated in the count since 1954, and their efforts this year will continue for at least another week. The greater San Diego region is one of the most diverse in North America for birds, with more than 200 species. The details they collect have been used in hundreds of research papers and studies. “It is one of the longest-running citizen science projects in the world,” said Chris Redfern, executive director of the San Diego Audubon Society. “The data set is incredibly rich, and scientists are able to use this long historical data record of bird observations to understand trends in the abundance and location of particular species.” For folks like Unitt, it’s more than a bird census. He started participating in the count when he was 15, and to the best of his recollection, has missed only one count during the past four-plus decades. “It’s not just gathering information on what bird populations are doing, but the social and culture aspect of it brings people into contact with each other so that one generation can learn from previous generations,” he said. Phil Unitt makes a bird call during the Dec. 19 bird count in Chula Vista. — Misael Virgen / San Diego Union-Tribune Phil Unitt makes a bird call during the Dec. 19 bird count in Chula Vista. — Misael Virgen / San Diego Union-Tribune Share Photo Still, Unitt is no stranger to spreadsheets. Like other ecologists, he has closely followed the impacts of urbanization and habitat fragmentation on local bird populations. While some birds in San Diego ... (The San Diego Union-Tribune)


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