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PlantFiles: BirdFiles: BugFiles: April 22, 2007 August 1, 2007 August 25, 2007 October 30, 2007 August 9, 2008 June 4, 2009 July 5, 2009 December 16, 2009 August 25, 2010 January 29, 2011
Opuntia, the Prickly Pears Cochineal Dye: Have You Eaten a Bug Lately? Less Pruning, More Power, with Electophobic Cultivars I Don't Know What I've Lost Tumbleweeds, a Russian Invasion Manzanita Tried and True... or Tried and False - Weather Sayings Chocolate Lily Is a Wildflower Treat Christmas: Snow or No Snow, It's All Good Pride of Barbados, Caesalpinia pulcherrima Texas Ranger, Leucophyllum frutescens Pitch Canker is a Serious Threat to Monterey Pine Trees A Passing Glimpse - Identifying Plants at 60 MPH Decorative and Functional: Traditional Uses of African Landscaping and Hobby Plants The Color Yellow in Gardening and Folklore Ceanothus - An American in Paris Best Supporting Role: The Santa Monica Mountains Joshua Tree National Park Is the Tomato a Vegetable or a Fruit Calochortus, the Mariposa Lilies The Swallows of Mission San Juan Capistrano The Color White in Folklore and in the Garden California Native Monterey Pine is a Southern Hemisphere Gold Strike The Feather Tree CITES, Plants, and You The Rare Torrey Pine Italian Cypress: A Tall, Dark Italian Autumn in New Spain The Color Orange in Folklore and in the Garden Beyond USDA Zones California's Southern Oak Woodlands The Mediterranean Climate: Where Summer is Winter The Mediterranean Climate: Surviving the Summer Poison Oak Appreciation Butterfly Snowbirds The Color Blue in Folklore and in the Garden Some Lines About Spines You Might Be a Plant Nerd Abandoned Gardens: A Peephole into the Past Cross-Quarter Days Beach Botany The Color Red in Folklore and in the Garden The Malibu Natives: Coastal Sage Scrub The Chaparral: A Western Story The Magic of Green Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - What Do They Mean? Santa Ana Winds Orcutt Ranch Horticultural Center California Grasslands: Where the Cowboys Were Indians Take All Five Senses for a Walk Our Lord's Candle - Hesperoyucca whipplei Putting the Holly in Hollywood Balanophagy - It's Not Just for the Birds Beauty from Ashes: California Wildfires California Poppies Are Eager to Please Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve
The current local time for me is 12:04 AM I'm in zone 10a I live in L.A. (Canoga Park), CA (Zone 10a) My birthday is August 25
"I don't have much space left in the yard anymore so it is very, very rare that I trade seeds. However, I will give away seeds in exchange for a SASE. "
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