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Can trees talk with one another?

Roger Boddaert Special to Village News Wow, that’s a heavy beginning to start my conversation with you about the tree world, which has an interconnecting network...

Rose Care FUNdamentals, May 2021

Frank Brines ARS Master Consulting Rosarian There were signs of climate change again this year. Temperatures and rainfall patterns differed greatly from last year, with temps...

Aspiring Eagle Scout completes project for grandfather and friends at Vineyard Place in Murrieta

MURRIETA – When a Murrieta Boy Scout was thinking about what to do for his Eagle Scout project, he said he found a good...

Ergonomic tools can help older gardeners

TEMECULA – Gardening has been found to provide a host of benefits beyond ensuring access to fresh fruits, vegetables and seasonal blooms. The Centers for...

Prepare a garden for spring planting

TEMECULA – The final weeks of winter and the first few weeks of spring are still chilly in many parts of the world. Despite...

Rose Care FUNdamentals for February

Frank Brines Master Consulting Rosarian In Southern California, winter is usually short and sometimes confusing. Winter for some plant life is a time of withdrawal that...

Rose Care FUNdamentals for November

Frank Brines ARS Master Consulting Rosarian Experiencing a summer of high temperatures, fires, smoke, ash and Santa Ana winds, Valley residents look forward to having some...

Rose Care FUNdamentals for October 2020

Frank Brines, ARS Master Consulting Rosarian The latest weather report verifies what gardeners suspected: August 2020 was the hottest August on record. We also experienced...

Woman harvests from tower gardens

Anza resident Carletta Stokes gardens, keeps bees, conducts real estate transactions and enjoys time with her family. Then one day an unusual vegetable cultivating...

Anza Valley residents offer gardening advice

Gardening in the high country of the Anza Valley can be challenging. The elevation, unpredictable late spring storms and frost in June can ruin...