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Gardening in San Diego
While great weather is a major draw for San Diego as a destination, the weather throughout the county can fluctuate enough to make a difference while gardening. When starting a garden or home nursery, learn about your specific microclimate and acquaint yourself with plants and edibles that will thrive in your conditions.
Watch for birds or other harmful pests and treat your garden accordingly.
Low-flow irrigation can bet set on a timer to regularly water plants with little water waste.
Fertilize plants regularly to keep the soil healthy and keep your plants looking green throughout the whole year.
Research the ripening size on edible plants in your garden. Not all crops are going to grow to maximum size, and you don’t want to miss out on the fruits of your labor.
Cacti are not the only drought tolerant plant option available. Many plants available in San Diego are drought tolerant and require little maintenance.
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It’s never been easier to get started with gardening or garden in a small space. Griffin Ace Hardware shares the current specials they have on gardening products and how the staff at your local Ace Hardware can help you start the ultimate garden.
Succulents are a popular option because they require very little care and come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors. Not everyone has a large yard, and some San Diegan's actually have no yard space at all, so Harry Schwartz from Downtown Ace Hardware offers these succulent gardening tips which are great for patio gardening.
Now that Spring is officially here, it’s a great time to start beautifying your garden. Container Gardening is a great way to add plants, flowers and herbs to your garden, especially for those that have either no yard, like apartment dwellers, or a very small yard.