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Gardening

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  • Huauzontle, a Mexican staple in L.A. edible gardens

     
    Huauzontle: The plant, a staple in Mexico, is prized by some L.A. gardeners for its sweet young leaves and flower buds....
  • On Venice Garden & Home Tour, old blends with new

     
    The 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......
  • What to plant: Five edible picks from Lauri Kranz

     
    Lauri Kranz: Garden consultant Lauri Kranz suggests crops for spring and summer, including dragon's tongue beans, Ananas Noire tomatoes and country gentleman corn....
  • Lauri Kranz, edible garden 'fairy godmother' of the Hollywood Hills

     
    Lauri Kranz: Lauri Kranz, a longtime singer-songwriter, has built a second career as a go-to edible gardening consultant in the Hollywood Hills, helping clients cope with foraging wildlife, limited sun and not-so-flat land...
  • Market Watch: Asparagus from the San Joaquin Delta

    Market Watch: Asparagus from the San Joaquin Delta
      Eye-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,...
  • Market Watch: An urban farmer's passion blooms again

    Market Watch: An urban farmer's passion blooms again
    When Tara Kolla of Silver Lake Farms returned to the Hollywood farmers market last Sunday for the first time in three years, her flower stand was a riot of color, with sweet peas, ranunculus and snapdragons, and her customers were rapturous, but her...
  • Growing aloe in all of its glorious colors

     
    Growing aloe: Aloe, the popular drought-tolerant succulent plant that hails from Africa, is the latest installment of the Global Garden, our series looking at multicultural L.A. through the lens of its landscapes....
  • What's new in 'The New Sunset Western Garden Book'?

     
    "The New Sunset Western Garden Book" is released with new features including a digital Plant Finder, plant profile photos instead of illustrations, and a new section on edibles....
  • Growing guava of a different color

     
    Guavas: Growing guavas is easy as long as you understand that not all guavas are created equal. Pick the right variety at the nursery, and you'll have smooth sailing....
  • 'Handmade Garden Projects': Face-lift for wire fencing

     
    "Handmade Garden Projects": "Handmade Garden Projects" by Lorene Edwards Forkner details dozens of DIY ideas, including ways of making a decorative tomato cage and plant support using inexpensive fencing material....
  • Kids gardening, Japanese design and other talks for the week ahead

     
    Home and garden events are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please. Jan. 23: Noted photographer Catherine Opie, whose work looks at architectural spaces and the politics of identity,...