Gardening

Gardening: Pomegranates – Pleasing the Palate and the Eyes

Text by Thea Fiskin, UCCE Master Gardener Pomegranates are an exotic fruit that date back to ancient times. In Persia, they were used as a carpet dye and in India, they were regarded as a...

Container Gardening • August 2020

During hot August days, working in the garden can be more of a chore than a pleasure. But container gardening can allow you to enjoy growing plants in places that you thought impossible or...
Latina - Gardening with Lantana

Lantanas

Text by Michele Le Strange, UCCE Master Gardener Adviser, Emeritus L ooking for a drought-tolerant plant with plenty of summer color for your yard? Look no further than lantanas! Lantanas thrive in the full sun and heat...

Three Drought-Tolerant Native California Plants

At the UCCE Master Gardener Program of Tulare/Kings Counties’ demo garden at Hurley School, small-scale waterwise front and back yards display “Gardening Central Valley” style, three of which are California native plants: Cleveland sage...