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Please note: some of the positioning of the features may have changed, but the functions are the same. Please contact us if you need help!
 
Go to your My Profile page (see image below).
 
 
It will take you to your My Profile page which will look sort of like this (this is Mitch's). Hover your mouse over the "PROFILE" menu item. Click on the Edit Profile button to make changes, answer gardening profile questions, change your password or a whole bunch of other things. Or you can click on the blue button at the bottom of the page that says EDIT PROFILE.
 
 
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Articles about Habitat Gardening (Click for Full List)

Western Bluebird
Habitat Gardening Ron Vanderhoff

A Fifteen Minute Gardening Break

I was working in my garden a few minutes ago, preparing the soil in a new planting area.
Backyard Habitat
Habitat Gardening Ron Vanderhoff

A Garden for the Wild Things

Try to imagine a garden where the only thing alive is plants. I can't.

As Busy as a Bee

7420 Ron Vanderhoff
Swarm of Bees
Over the past few weeks we have had two or three honeybee swarms here at the nursery.

Beyond Bees: How many other pollinators can you identify in your garden?

10119 Meredith French
Metalic Sweat Bees
Did you know that 98% of our flowering plant species need animal assistance for…

Gardeners can Contain Newport Beach Back Bay Pollution

16661 Ron Vanderhoff
Newport Bluffs
I’m fired up. Mainland California's most polluted beach of 2008 was right here in Newport…

Landscaping might be for the Birds

5173 Ron Vanderhoff
Heteromeles arbutifolia - Toyon
There are about 450 species of birds that have been recorded in Orange County. How many…

Lizards are Good Garden Neighbors

45075 Ron Vanderhoff
Western Fence Lizard Fremont
I have a neighbor that I see almost every morning. He’s a fitness buff and spends most of…

Native Pollinators can help with Fruit and Vegetable Yields

4864 Ron Vanderhoff
Mason Bees
If you’re like many home gardeners, over the past couple of years you may have added some…

The Great Bee Rescue

6415 Meredith French
Bee Removal Knife
Upon learning our home of so many years was probably going to make it through an escrow,

Want More Birds in Your Garden? Add Water

5128 Ron Vanderhoff
DIY Bird Saucer
I’ve probably never met a gardener who didn’t also enjoy the delightful sounds and sights…

Whose Garden is it anyway, mine or the Wrens?

4397 Ron Vanderhoff
House Wren
At the time, I was watering a young plant that I had just put in the ground.

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Plant Care Reminders for Vines

Plant Care Reminders - Vines - Sunset Zone 24

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Do you live In coastal southern California? Do you grow any of these Vines?
Hosta Care

Hosta la Vista - Baby

Everyone knows about Hosta, don’t they? Did you know some varieties grow in sun?
Red Raspberry Monthly Plant Care

Raspberry- Red (Rubus idaeus) - Monthly Plant Care Calendar

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You can have these monthly Plant Care Reminders sent directly to you each month!

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Baseball Field Maintenance - A General Guide for Fields of All Levels

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Home Gardener: Using All The Great Features on the Mulch

You Can Use The Great Features on the Mulch For Free!
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What are Microgreens and How to Grow Them

in Edibles
Microgreens are tiny leafed vegetables that are grown from seed and require very little…

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