Summer is a delicious season of fresh produce, outdoor cooking and refreshing treats.
It’s amazing what fruits and vegetables can do!
It’s not like taking a trip to Disneyland, or hitting the beach.
Christy Wilhelmi, author of Gardening for Geeks, stopped by KCAL9 Monday to share the secrets and science of successful gardening!
Special needs kids in Northridge planted seeds and built garden boxes on Friday to raise awareness for childhood obesity.
A candlelight vigil was held Wednesday by the twin sister, family and friends of a woman slain while tending the garden of her Norwalk home.
Green expert Nick Federoff appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to explain the differences between sand, soil and silt.
Nick Federoff visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to tell viewers how to take the vegetables they grow in their backyards and turn them into a delicious feast.
Sustainability is the all the rage nowadays. And why go to the local farmer’s market when you can grow your own food? Community gardens are great resources where you can grow and harvest your own vegetables while getting in a little bit of exercise.
Envisioning a fragrant garden, where flowers practically drip down, and the sun shines through leafy trees as you say “I do”? Then you’re in luck. Southern California is home to some of the nation’s most enviable gardens perfect for any bride’s dream wedding.
If you can describe your backyard in less than five words (“well, we have a couple of bushes”) you might have what could nicely be described as a “blah” backyard.