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Tips to Start Your Compost #composting #gardening #gardenideas

Tips to Start Your Own Compost

It’s still January so I’m still talking resolutions. A good way to round out some of those more environmentally friendly resolutions is to start a compost. Composting can be as easy or as hard as you want to make it. I once read a garden blogger’s comment about how technical we had to be with

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Your Garden is Beautiful

“Faithful friends who are dear to us Gather near to us once more.” -Judy Garland In a garden there are different categories that our plants fit into: perennials, annuals, evergreen…we divide them based on what time they are most active in growing or flowering and by how long they will live.  I think this is

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The Wednesday Dig: How to Pick Awesome Seating for Your Garden

In The Wanderer Guides’s Garden (Patent Pending), we have some beautiful plants. We wouldn’t be able to properly enjoy all the wonderful specimens if it weren’t for the hardscape and décor we stick in the middle of our meandering gardens. Chairs, rocks, little knickknacks, water features, and even paint play a part in an interesting

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The Wednesday Dig: How to Keep Your Garden Cool From the Heat

The Wednesday Dig: How to Keep Your Garden Cool From the Heat

We Wanderers are hot. Seriously…we don’t have air conditioning (also we’re sexy but that’s a story for another day). If we’re hot, our plants are too. It’s a big stress on plants to weather heat—now that the heat’s here, your beautiful harvest is dropping off or burning. Let’s go over some strategies to protect your

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What to Grow Right Now in San Diego from The Wanderer Guides Blog. Gardening tips every Wednesday!

The Wednesday Dig: What to Plant Right Now in San Diego

Let’s talk about what to plant RIGHT now in San Diego and how to ensure you get good healthy plants out of your efforts. In most areas, April is a little late to start from seed for the early Spring harvest fruits and veggies. This is San Diego though and we’ve got Summer-like conditions all

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