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Pacific Plant People: Carol Bornstein

Spring 2022 Public gardens play a key role in demonstrating naturalistic planting design, selecting native and adapted plants for habitat, and testing techniques for reducing…

Lockwood de Forest III

Summer 2021 I met Kellam de Forest when I began working at the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (SBBG) in 2013. I had recently learned of…

Growing Aloes in the Sacramento Valley

Like all great plants, aloes don’t need much and give a lot. They look beautiful year round, especially solitary plants with perfectly symmetrical rosettes, and…

The Native Plant Garden in Winter

The floor of the Sacramento Valley is mostly flat agricultural land veined with a network of creeks, sloughs, levees, and dams, all constructed to collect…

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