Regional Gardening Reports :: National Gardening Association

Northern California Coastal & Inland Valleys

March, 2003
Regional Report

In the Garden

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Planting Roses

Roses require as much sun as you can provide and a bit of pampering, which begins at planting time. You can plant roses from container-grown stock or as bare-root plants. Planting Bare-Root Roses Bare-root plants are available during the dormant...
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Resources

Shows & Events

San Francisco Flower and Garden Show Swing into Spring at the 18th annual San Francisco Flower and Garden Show, March 19-23, at the...

Favorite or New Plant

Cushion Bush Cushion bush ( Calocephalus browniiis ) is a silvery foliage plant that has small, scaly leaves...
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Regional Reminders

  • Purchase Bare-Root Roses
  • Spray Dormant Roses
  • Clean Soil Under Rose Plants
  • Prune Trees to Provide More Light for Roses
  • Give Your Roses a Coffee Break

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