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The faded newspaper clipping shows a small girl with a wide smile, holding a gigantic head of lettuce. The girl is me, in 1964. The lettuce was a prize-winning product of my first elementary school garden. That ancient photo — emailed to me this...
Tags: Hobbies, Zucchini, Lifestyle and Leisure, Mother's Day, Tomatoes
Couples have been getting married in gardens for ages, but recently they’re doing more than just taking their vows amid lush, verdant settings. From planting heirloom lettuces and fruits for their wedding dinner to gifting guests with homemade...
Tags: Weddings, Marriage, Hobbies, Family, Lifestyle and Leisure
Randy McDonald darted his eyes between the lotus bed and a pack of police officers, wondering if he could get away with it. He figured it was worth a try and walked from Echo Park Lake back to his car. After opening the glove compartment, he pulled...
With its view of the Hollywood sign and handsome brown facade, Annette Gutierrez’s 1908 house would read like a classic L.A. Craftsman if it were not for the chartreuse window trim, the first hint of her modern sensibilities. Gutierrez jokingly...
Before the bulldozers arrived last June, Malibu Lagoon was a fully grown habitat for egrets, voles and tidewater gobies, studded with sycamore trees and clusters of tule reeds. Today, the lagoon's islands appear almost barren, covered by a sea of tiny red...
Michelle Wong tried to hold back the tears after learning that her landlady had ripped out the goji berry planted in the backyard of her apartment in Koreatown. The shrub was head-high and starting to put out little purple and white flowers where the...
In my Spreecast with organic gardener Christy Wilhelmi, author of the new book "Gardening for Geeks," I learned a lot: that white mildew can be treated with lactic acid, that you should never buy tall vegetable seedlings at the nursery and that...
Despite its irreverent title, there's much sense to Christy Wilhelmi's charming new book, "Gardening for Geeks: DIY Tests, Gadgets and Techniques That Utilize Microbiology, Mathematics and Ecology to Exponentially Maximize the Yield of Your Garden."...
L.A. at HomeThe driveway has disappeared, and in its place is a verdant entry garden. Walk past the precast concrete block wall edged with succulents, and cross a diagonal stepping stone path toward a covered veranda. A series of thresholds -- some......
Special to the Los Angeles TimesEye-level with the ground at Zuckerman's Farm, west of Lodi in the San Joaquin Delta, the thousands of asparagus spears jutting out of the black peat soil look like creatures on an alien planet. In fact, the whole area — rimmed by levees,...
Daily DishIn the spring, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County will be offering gardening classes as part of its new workshop program....
L.A. at HomeFor structural steel salesman Andrew Stoneman and vintage-textile consultant Laura Haskell, a 1960s Costa Mesa house is more than an expression of their design savvy. It's also inspiration for their line of Midcentury-inspired outdoor furniture and...
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