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Rediscover the Romance of San Diego’s Garden Legacy
Twelve beautiful gardens in historic Balboa Park neighborhoods
Free copy of California Garden magazine
Entry includes a ticket to win prizes at the Garden Marketplace raffle


Recently, the San Diego Union Tribune featured one of the gardens on our tour. It surrounds an historic house that was designed by Richard Requa in 1915, the same year as the Panama-California Exposition in Balboa Park. The late landscape designer W.F. Sinjen and the current owner created the garden. Together, the house and garden evoke a romantic ambiance with beautifully laced camellias and angel’s trumpets lining the entry courtyard. The back garden slopes down a hillside, its view of Mission Valley complemented by a charming guesthouse and an old tree house that now functions as a chicken coop.

Mary James, Program Chair for the San Diego Horticultural Society and editor of California Garden, the San Diego Floral Association's quarterly magazine, wrote the Union Tribune article. Tour participants will receive a free commemorative copy of the April issue of California Garden.

Click here to read the full Union Tribune article and learn more about this historic garden. 

 


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This year's Spring Garden Tour commemorates the Centennial of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition in Balboa Park. In honor of the Centennial, the tour features private gardens in several lovely historical neighborhoods surrounding the Park - South Park, Marston Hills, Mission Hills and Bankers Hill.  Many of the gardens are in historic homes and some have gardens originally designed by famous San Diego landscapers.

 


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SDHS and SDFA members in advance $25

Non-members and on day of tour  $30

Day of tour tickets ($30) sold starting at 9AM at

Francis Parker Lower School
4201 Randolph Street, San Diego 92103

 

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San Diego Horticultural Society      &         San Diego Floral Association

     

 

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Rediscover the Romance of San Diego’s Garden Legacy

Thank you if you have already purchase tickets.
All proceeds go to support the San Diego Floral Association and the San Diego Horticultural Society. 
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Rediscover the Romance of San Diego’s Garden Legacy
Twelve beautiful gardens in historic Balboa Park neighborhoods
Free copy of California Garden magazine
Entry includes a ticket to win prizes at the Garden Marketplace raffle


Recently, the San Diego Union Tribune featured one of the gardens on our tour. It surrounds an historic house that was designed by Richard Requa in 1915, the same year as the Panama-California Exposition in Balboa Park. The late landscape designer W.F. Sinjen and the current owner created the garden. Together, the house and garden evoke a romantic ambiance with beautifully laced camellias and angel’s trumpets lining the entry courtyard. The back garden slopes down a hillside, its view of Mission Valley complemented by a charming guesthouse and an old tree house that now functions as a chicken coop.

Mary James, Program Chair for the San Diego Horticultural Society and editor of California Garden, the San Diego Floral Association's quarterly magazine, wrote the Union Tribune article. Tour participants will receive a free commemorative copy of the April issue of California Garden.

Click here to read the full Union Tribune article and learn more about this historic garden. 

 


 Nancee E. Lewis

 


This year's Spring Garden Tour commemorates the Centennial of the 1915 Panama-California Exposition in Balboa Park. In honor of the Centennial, the tour features private gardens in several lovely historical neighborhoods surrounding the Park - South Park, Marston Hills, Mission Hills and Bankers Hill.  Many of the gardens are in historic homes and some have gardens originally designed by famous San Diego landscapers.

 


 Purchase Tickets Online  

SDHS and SDFA members in advance $25

Non-members and on day of tour  $30

Day of tour tickets ($30) sold starting at 9AM at

Francis Parker Lower School
4201 Randolph Street, San Diego 92103

 

Presented by

 

San Diego Horticultural Society      &         San Diego Floral Association

     

 

Media Sponsor

 



San Diego Horticultural Society · P.O. Box 231869 · Encinitas, CA 92023-1869 · USA

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March 2015

Hi Friends of theMulch,

At last, Inside the Box is back!

As mentioned in our recent email, there have been some changes here at EarthBox. Last year, Novelty Manufacturing Co., a Pennsylvania manufacturer of high quality decorative planters, acquired the assets of EarthBox, Inc.

Over the last few months, while we’ve been merging the two companies, the newsletter has taken a hiatus. Now that the growing season is upon us, we’re back, ready to deliver helpful information so you can get the most out of your EarthBox® gardening system.

As a long-time employee of EarthBox, I can assure you that there's terrific synergy between the two companies. You’ll continue to enjoy the same quality products, responsive service, and timely information delivered through our newsletter, Forum, and Facebook page. 

If you have any questions or suggestions, we'd love to hear from you at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . In the meantime, enjoy our March issue!

Happy Gardening,

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Stephanie E. Youngs-Seese
Marketing Manager, EarthBox® by Novelty Manufacturing Co.


  

Starting Seeds for Your EarthBox Gardening System

Want to get a jump on the gardening season? Do you enjoy trying unusual varieties? Would you like to save some money on plants? Try seed starting! It's quite easy, and incredibly fun to watch your seeds sprout and take off. Most seeds need to be started indoors, grown to the seedling stage, and then transplanted when the weather is warmer.

When to Start Seeds

EBCMarchcustomer1-orangeThis seed starting chart can help you decide what you want to plant in your EarthBox® gardening system; it includes germination times for many popular vegetables. It also includes a suggested date to start the seeds. This chart is for Zone 5, so it may need to be adjusted depending on what Zone you're in. If you plan to move your seedlings into your EarthBox® gardening system or an in-ground garden, count backwards from your last frost date to determine the best seed planting or transplanting time. Be sure to reserve an indoor space that will be moderately warm and provide light; otherwise you'll need supplemental lights.

The Growing Medium

If you're starting seeds indoors for transplanting later, use a soil-less growth medium, so it's disease free and well-aerated for the delicate seeds.There are many available specifically for seed starting. Never use garden soil, or anything too dense or compact.

Whatever you use, be sure to moisten the medium before planting the seeds. If you're direct seeding in your EarthBox® gardening system, here is a list of approved growing media.

Care For Your Seedlings

Cover your seeds with a transparent moisture dome or plastic cover. They also need warmth to germinate, so keep them near a heat source, or use a heat mat that's designed for starting seeds. When they begin to sprout, remove the cover, move your seedlings to a sunny spot, and station a grow light over them.

Water your seedlings from the bottom, or mist them from above to keep them hydrated. Just don't let them get too wet, or they may suffer from the fungal disease called damping off. A fan set on low will provide enough circulation.

Transplanting

If you don't seed directly into individual containers, then you'll need to transplant the seedlings into their own pots after they've become well established. The best time to do this is about 2-3 weeks after seeding, when they produce their first true leaves.

Hardening Off

Plants need to undergo a period of "hardening off," in which you gradually accustom them to the outdoor conditions by decreasing temperature, relative humidity, and watering. Start at least two weeks before planting by placing the plants outside in a protected spot on a warm day for a short while. Slowly increase the amount of time they're outdoors, day by day. If the temperature drops below 45°F or it's windy, leave your plants indoors.

Once you've successfully hardened off your seedlings, it's time to transplant them into your EarthBox® gardening systems or other containers on a warm day. 

Direct Seeding

 EarthBox2008FlowersandEggplantWhile some vegetables are commonly bought or started as seedlings, there are many crops that can be started from seed, such as lettuce, cucumbers, spinach, and corn. In fact, they can be easily planted and grown right in your EarthBox® gardening system.

Seeds should be planted in the EarthBox® gardening system in the same way as seedlings: cut the right number of holes in the mulch cover, and plant your seeds directly into the growing media. Each seed packet should provide planting depth information, so read it carefully; however, a general rule to follow is to plant a seed as deep as the seed is large. That is, a half-inch sunflower seed should be planted about a half-inch deep.

The First Hints of Spring

There's nothing like seeing the first green seedlings pop up above the surface at the beginning of a growing season. They're a physical expression of the tender loving care you've put into your garden. Whether you start seeds early or plant then straight into your EarthBox® gardening system, it's just the beginning of the year's gardening adventure!


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As we start fresh with our newsletter, we want to begin by recognizing all our many EarthBox® retailers. We appreciate each and every member of our extensive network of dealers nationwide.

EarthBox® products sell quickly, especially in the growing season, so it's best to call ahead to check availability! 

 

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