You can see the difference for yourself with what 5 months of growth can make in a garden. Winter was wet here in Los Angeles with 25+ inches of rain and it was fairly cold too here in La Canada Flintridge where many mornings frost covered the garden and temperatures hovered in the mid twenties! [...]
Los Angeles gets a beautiful autumn too. Just check out this native Sycamore against this beautiful cloudless day. Daily updates on garden topics, design and environmental issues. Get all the information you need at projectgreenscaping .
Plant a native tree in your home, community or church garden….it creates a great food source for local [...]
A typical summer day in Los Angeles with bright blue cloudless skies and single digit humidity. While most of the vegetation in Griffith Park is Chaparrel shrub you will see an occassional Sycamore, Oak or Sumac tree. Here is a native Sycamore tree that stands alone along side hiking and riding trails. Obviously, flip [...]