The San Francisco Department of Public Works is having a Sidewalk Garden Contest promoting sustainable landscapes and community involvement through transforming grey sidewalk areas into green landscaped spaces
Adding edible plants is one of the many ways to enhance a Bay Area garden with color, texture, variety and great taste.
If you have one of those hard to fill spots in your landscape project, consider Lomandra—sometimes called Mat Rush.
Eddie’s White Wonder Dogwood is a magnificent tree featuring beautiful white flowers that grow to more than four inches in diameter in the spring.
Consider the Magnolia Dieboldii for a landscape installation that requires a tree for a highly visible location or patio where you need a beautiful statement.
How community gardens, sustainable farming, earth-friendly practices and media are influencing how we consider the food we consume.
Select your favorite fall bulbs from our wide selection for a blooming Spring.
One of the great public gardens in San Francisco hosting classes on organic gardening, soils, herbs, container gardening and more is the Garden of the Environment located in the Sunset district.
The Brooks Park Community Garden is a passionate mix of gardening, community, art and beautiful views right in San Francisco.
Learn more about some of the great community gardens throughout the Bay Area filled with passionate gardeners and amazing plants.
The small, light brown Apple Moth (Epiphyas postvittana) has been found across much of the coastal region of California and is having a big effect on plants and nurseries.