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North Coast Gardening Blog
Gardening on the north coast in coastal Humboldt county, Eureka, California. The gardening blog features plants that grow well in coastal weather, garden photos, container gardening and shade gardening. Join me as I grow my garden in the beautiful setting of an historic Victorian home.
2013-12-20 04:35
I spent time this weekend planting the remaining three heather plants and planting crocus bulbs. I purchased three boxes of crocus bulbs and planted them in the long flower bed under the tal… Read More
2013-12-20 04:33
Winter is in full swing on the north coast and the cold weather finally managed to wilt back the kiwi leaves on their vines in December. It was a little strange watching the kiwi leaves and… Read More
2013-11-13 16:00
Republished from my blog Ferns are one of the most beautiful plants for the woodland garden. There are many different kinds of ferns, each with its own pattern in leaves… Read More
2013-11-06 16:00
Republished from my blog There are many wonderful plants you can use to fill out your shady garden areas. Some of my favorite woodland plants from this list include fuchs… Read More
2013-10-30 15:00
Republished from my blog plants work well in shady gardens and are plentiful in terms of varieties to choose from. Woodland plants prefer a good soil with plenty… Read More
2013-10-02 15:00
Republished from my blog Plant up a basket of brightly colored chiles for your kitchen. Hang your chile basket near the back door for eacy access to your chiles. Smaller… Read More
2013-09-18 15:00
Republished from my blog Here is a selection of unusual plants and vegetables you won't always see in hanging baskets. Start up with vegetables in hanging baskets. You c… Read More
2013-09-04 15:00
Republished from my blog Plant herbs in a hanging basket for a unique take on colorful baskets. Choose a large basket for maximum space for your herbs and choose lower gr… Read More

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