Posted on | August 5, 2011 | No Comments
The end is in sight. On Sept. 30, California’s “water year” will end and meteorologists will begin measuring rain for another 12-month cycle. Gardeners will begin planting with the expectation of help from seasonal rains. Before then, however, we must get through August and September. Atop the to-do list: irrigate and mulch.
Click here to keep reading The Dry Garden in the Los Angeles Times.