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We’re Listed on ALLTOP.com’s Gardening Blog Page!

May 17th, 2010

For “Blog Recommendation Monday” we bring you so many gardening blogs from all over that you won’t know what hit you! We bring you the Alltop.com gardening page:

ALLTOP.COM GARDENING


Above is a photo of a regal looking blue jay on top of one of a garden trellis. We’re not sure why we thought this photo was appropriate for today’s entry other than he or she is on top of the trellis, and the UC Davis Good Life Garden is now listed on Alltop.com. It’s a stretch, we know!

What the heck is Alltop.com? Well…from one Alltop.com newbie to another (my apologies for waking up to this cool site so recently), this is the place where you can go to find out “what is happening now” on a variety of topics…like gardening. And, when it comes to gardening, UC Davis Good Life Garden is now listed with other really interesting, informative and educational garden bloggers!! We are so excited! You have to scroll all the way to the bottom, but there we are!

Check out all of the sites, you will definitely be bookmarking quite a few for future reference! If and when you do, let us know which you like!

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Great Gardening Resource: CALIFORNIA GARDENING Advice to Grow By

April 28th, 2010

Starting and maintaining a productive edible home garden is not easy! It takes time and patience because something unexpected always throws a wrench into the most well-laid plans.

Where do you go for help? Here is a fantastic resource to answer a huge variety of your gardening questions for those of you who live and garden in California: California Gardening–Advice to Grow By. On this site you will find tons of useful information ranging from “Gardening Basics” to “Poisonous Plants.” There’s even a link to to help you find a local master gardener as well as a list of upcoming classes and events.

This site is a service of the University of California Cooperative Extension. (If you don’t live in California, just google your state name, “gardening” and “cooperative extension.” The plethora of information they offer will blow your mind!)

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