Organic matter is key to helping your soil survive the drought and thrive in seasons to come, says expert.

The system’s 150th birthday is commemorated by more than 150 quilts. See them all online or many of them on display in a special show at Stanford Mansion.

Fate of club’s annual sale threatened by Napa earthquake, but the prized plants dodge damage.

Annual tour showcases Victorians and Beamer Park on next Saturday.

Young saplings in particular are susceptible to stress, but watch out for those big coastal redwoods.

Got too many tomatoes? Cucumbers piling up? Overloaded with peaches? It’s time to can it – and we know some folks willing to help.

Tomatoes and fruit are at risk from two pests: brown marmorated stink bugs and leaffooted bugs.

Drought shades annual garden party with lots of water-wise information.

Some tips for water conservation never get old, but how far can you push your plants to survive with less water?

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