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Community Gardening Classes: Your Path to Having a Green Thumb

How would you like to be able to relate to your plants in a way that will show them the kind of love they need to stay green, healthy, and prosperous? Not everyone was born with a green thumb, and some of us might need…

Exercise Your Green Thumb at Free Winter Gardening Classes

Armstrong Garden Centers offers even more exciting free classes this November. Come in and learn more about festive paperwhites, creating fun decor,…

Spruce Up Your Garden With Some Native Plants (On Sale)

The San Gabriel Mountains Chapter of the California Native Plant Society (CNPS) will host its annual native plant sale on Saturday, November 8, from 9:00…

Old Pasadena Farmers Market Presents The Fall Harvest Festival

Old Pasadena Farmers Market invites you to the first edition of the Fall Harvest Festival taking place on Sunday, November 9, from…

10 Expert Tips To Be More Water Efficient

The drought in California is so severe that the state is implementing an emergency water conservation regulation and will fine those who waste it starting…

Armstrong Garden Centers Shares Top Ten Important Water Saving Tips

The drought in California is so severe that the state is implementing an emergency water conservation regulation and will fine those who…

August 2014 at Descanso Gardens

To register for classes, please call (818) 949-7980. Some classes require advance registration. Details on classes at www.descansogardens.org. The RISE tickets go on sale, Friday,…

Give Your Garden a Summer Makeover with Free Workshops at Armstrong Garden Centers

Armstrong Garden Centers is hosting free weekend gardening classes throughout Southern California, just in time for summer. Each class will be instructed…

Mixing it Up

(Editor’s note: This is a continuing series of profiles of the designers involved in the 2014 Pasadena Showcase House of Design, one of the most…

“Let Your Garden Grow Wild” and Sustainable Gardening Program

Barbara Eisenstein (2nd from left), founder of “Friends of the Nature Park” and coordinator of park volunteers and clean up days, took several members of the Woman’s Club on tours of the Park (l-r Valerie Gast, Gypsi Sanjo, Stephanie Jones, and Diane Crum) Gardening with nature, use of native plants, and learning how to “Let Your Garden Grow Wild” will be the topic of a talk and media presentation at the May 7th luncheon meeting at the Woman’s Club of South Pasadena. Barbara Eisenstein, horticulturist, research associate at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Gardens and expert on California native plants, is the guest…

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