A canner’s garden is not your typical vegetable patch. With its full-scale production, distinctive varieties and four-season harvests, it’s more for the future than the moment.
Club brings out its best; learn about historic specimens at State Capitol.
See seven gardens that became works of art.
Open houses, tours and plant sales abound during May’s first weekend.
Get tomatoes, peppers and eggplant in the ground. Plant beans, squash and melons, too.
Timing is perfect to get Sacramento’s favorite backyard crop in the ground.
Spring brings flowers – and shows, plant sales and garden tours.
Workshops get down and dirty when talking fertilizer basics.
Fast-growing filaree, bedstraw and grasses rob other plants of water.
Adjust irrigation cycle for sprinklers and see major water savings.
Shrubs and citrus need attention. Watch out for powdery mildew.
Busy weekend also features huge show of daffodils.
Put water where plants need it most — at the roots.
Late winter is perfect time to fertilize many trees as well as flowering shrubs and perennials.
More than 150,000 orchids in bloom fill Fort Mason Center.
The Bee's Debbie Arrington hosted a live chat Monday packed with questions and answers about how best to conserve water indoors and out during this time of drought-like conditions and short water supplies. Replay it here.
Seconds Sale, a sale of less-than-perfect pottery, glass, metal and clay work. 10 a.m. Shepard Garden & Arts Center, 3330 McKinley Blvd., Sacramento. Free. (530) 878-8034. www.artbyfire.org.