Profile: Roger’s Gardens

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Roger’s Gardens is a destination home and garden store for those seeking creative ideas and unique products for outdoor and indoor living. The grounds at Roger’s Gardens are filled with beautiful foliage and flowering plants, fountains and designer pottery.
At Roger’s Gardens, fine home furnishings, décor, collectibles, holiday items and fine art from select vendors all over the world are brought together in a unique, coordinated presentation that compliments and enhances their value and inspires the shopper.
Roger’s Gardens has been a landmark destination in Orange County for more than 50 years, this family-owned business features a passionate staff offering expert advice and service.
The staff here at Roger’s is here for you seven days a week to help answer your questions and if you check our website, we have seminars throughout the year to help you become knowledgeable and confident in your garden. Roger’s Gardens is located directly across from Fashion Island in beautiful Corona del Mar, California.

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Behind The Curtain: Building Grimm Tales

Roger's Gardens offer up a peek behind the curtain on the building of htis year's Grimm Tales!
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Behind the Curtain: Halloween 2016, Grimm Tales

If Halloween is your thing, you NEED to know what Roger's Gardens is doing this year. Their displays are legendary, and for good reason: it takes a full year to build. Here's a sneak peek of how they do it!

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4 Easy Steps To Canning Tomatoes From Your Garden

You've planted tomatoes, and they've succeeded beyond all imagining. Don't let them go to waste - can them with these easy steps, and you'll enjoy garden fresh tomatoes all year!

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Bringing Birds Into Your Garden

Birds just seem to go with gardens. Here's some easy ideas to "invite" more of our feathered friends around!

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Breath New Life Into Your Art Collection with Theresa Marino

You’ve been acquiring artwork throughout your life and now you’re feeling restless and not sure why. Let me suggest some simple steps to bring excitement back into your art collection.

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Home Décor Trends For 2016

The international trade shows in Paris and Frankfurt are both trade shows I really look forward to. Here, they seem to set the stage for the up and coming home décor trends that will also influence us back at home. This year I found definite references from the designers to the Southern Californian lifestyle as well as the hip artist Los Angeles loft space.

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April Gardening Checklist: Bugs, Day-Trips and More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Bugs (both good and bad), places to visit, soil care and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and Ferns, Lawns, and more.

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April Gardening Checklist: Ferns, Lawns and More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Ferns, Lawns, Groundcovers and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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April Gardening Checklist: Flowers & Flowering Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Flowers and Flowering Plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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April Gardening Checklist: Edible Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Edible plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees and more.

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April Gardening Checklist: Fruit Trees

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Fruit trees are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Ornamental Plants, Edible Plants and more.

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Top Floral Design Trends For 2016

Spring is here and it’s time celebrate with color! Here’s a new twist on floral design from Roger’s Gardens creative minds. Inspired by some of the new Pantone colors for 2016 we created floral arrangements using these color inspirations…

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All You Want to Know About Citrus

Lance Walheim might be just about the smartest guy around when it comes to growing citrus in gardens. Lance is a professional citrus grower, co-founder of California Citrus Specialties, a commercial grower of dozens of citrus, including many lesser known varieties.

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Dahlias In The Garden

It’s the beginning of a new year. What this signifies to many gardeners is that it’s time to start planning for the upcoming spring and summer gardening season. Like clockwork, plant and seed catalogs are arriving in the mail, tempting us with pictures and descriptions of plants they want us to think we can’t live without.

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Starting Vegetables From Seeds

For those of us that really enjoy all aspects of vegetable gardening, the greatest gratification can be the reward of a crop you started by seeds.
Seeds have been available since the settlers brought over from their home soil and started planting their crops. Seeds are fairly easy to germinate; and with proper timing will yield wonderful crops for you and your family.
For those of us that really enjoy all aspects of vegetable gardening, the greatest gratification can be the reward of a crop you started by seeds.

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A Naturally Beautiful Christmas

Nature is a revered and important part of the holiday season. Fir trees, fragrant wreaths, paper whites and amaryllis speak the language of Christmas. Without some of these elements sprinkled throughout our homes, we would be missing an essential aspect of the season.

Category: Holidays

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Creating Christmas Vignettes

I get to work in a richly visual world (yes, there are days when I just pinch myself!). This time of year at Roger’s Gardens is especially vibrant. Our gallery is overflowing with a bounty of beautiful Christmas keepsakes. Here, we are respectful of tradition, but we also move to the beat of our own drum.

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Christmas Decorating Trends - 2015

Autumn is finally here, and our thoughts are drawn to the upcoming holiday season.
Planning our parties, decorating the tree for Christmas and getting the home ready for guests are all part of this time of year. To help you decide on the direction to go with your decorations this holiday season, I have gathered together some of the top trends for 2015 holiday décor.

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Fall Is For Planting

Fall is my favorite! I love the merging of offshore, salty summer breezes with a hint of fall crispness, the leaves are starting to turn and there are spiders everywhere.
Halloween is just around the corner! Tomatoes are still in abundance, but there is a whiff of winter squash and greens on the horizon. As a horticulturist, landscape designer and avid cook, I find the intersection of the seasons refreshing and irresistible; an endless combination of colors and flavors await the soil and the saucepan.

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Fall Entertaining Recipes

Even in southern California the weather changes as the fall/winter/holiday season rolls in.
The days get a little shorter and at some point the temperature starts to get a little cooler. It’s time for something like comfort food—maybe pork and apples, some butternut squash soup, a warm roast beet salad and some type of crumble for dessert, how about pear and cranberries?

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Behind The Curtain: Halloween 2015 - Reveal

Well it’s been a crazy couple of days with the opening of the Halloween Room.
It’s been great to see everyone come in so excited and wanting to see EVERYTHING! And now I get to show you the results of all our hard work this year commonly known as the “Big Reveal” (if you like decorating shows).

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Behind The Curtain: Halloween 2015 - Tickets Please

There’s this rumor going around that our Halloween display requires the purchase of a ticket to attend.
Word of mouth being what it is, every year I am approached by at least one guest inquiring about where to purchase admission.

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Behind The Curtain: Halloween 2015 - What's in a Name?

“What’s the Halloween theme this year?”
This may be the most asked question I get as a visual merchandiser at Rogers Gardens every year starting around, oh, April, at least by fellow employees (the most asked customer question is: “Don’t you just love your job?” to which the answer is YES!).

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Lawn to California Friendly Landscape in 11 Steps

We uprooted the water-thirsty grass on our corner landscape and replaced it with a much more climate appropriate and water efficient blend of California Friendly Mediterranean plants.
We thought you might be interested in how we did it. Perhaps it will inspire you to do something similar. If so, we are here to help.

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Fall Flowers for Spring Bloom

There are many plants, which if planted in the Fall, will already be blooming when your neighbor is just beginning to plant –
and yours will be really, really healthy because their roots will have had the advantage of time and the Winter rains (yes, it WILL rain!) to get a head start! And there are so many choices…
The following article is gardening advice for the California climate.

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Container Gardening My Way

There are as many forms of container gardening as there are containers and gardeners,
no right way, probably a few wrong ways, and in this story, following Frank Sinatra… My Way.

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Monochromatic Flower Arranging

Sticking to a single hue when selecting flowers for a bouquet may sound like a dull plan to some people.
Rogers Gardens’ top designers know that monochromatic floral arrangements can be one of the best ways to create elegance, interest and even drama.
Follow these tips to create a sophisticated arrangement just like a floral designer!

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Cool Season Tomatoes

Southern California is one of the few locations in the U. S. where there are two times of the year to plant tomatoes.
We have another time of year to plant a second crop; one that will extend the tomato season by producing fruit during the cool season beginning in late September and, if the fall is reasonably warm, will continue to bear into the winter months.

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CA Friendly | Fitting In With The Jones's, But Without A Lawn

“I want to get rid of my lawn completely;
I’m tired of watering, fertilizing and mowing it. Also, I know that we are going into a drought and I don’t want to just have a brown lawn if water restrictions go into effect. My problem is, what do I replace it with so, that all my neighbors don’t complain about my yard not fitting in to the look of the neighborhood.
Any suggestions?”

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DIY | Vintage French Shadowbox - A Tutorial

I just love the look of vintage French typography on furniture and wall plaques that I’m seeing everywhere right now!
Have you seen furniture painted in that yummy chalk paint with its soft antique waxed surface? Wouldn’t you love to know how you can create that same look?

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Aug. Gardening Checklist: Bugs, Day-Trips and More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Bugs (both good and bad), places to visit, soil care and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and Ferns, Lawns, and more.

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Aug. Gardening Checklist: Edible Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Edible plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees and more.

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Aug. Gardening Checklist: Ferns, Lawns & More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Ferns, Lawns, Groundcovers and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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Aug. Gardening Checklist: Flowers & Flowering Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Flowers and Flowering Plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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Aug. Gardening Checklist: Fruit Trees

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Fruit trees are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Ornamental Plants, Edible Plants and more.

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The Art of the Harvest

You can just about taste your fruits and vegetables bursting with fresh flavor as you watch them growing larger and larger with each passing day; but at what stage do you pick everything? Let’s talk about when to pick some of the popular summer vegetables and fruit.

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Summertime: Tips for Entertaining Outdoors

Summer is the time to relax and just have fun.
The same is true for when it comes to planning your outdoor parties. Regardless if it’s a simple get together with some friends or a huge blowout where every extended family member comes stampeding in from all corners of the country, it CAN be relaxing and fun.

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CA Friendly Gardening Solutions | Reduce Runoff and Water Use

“Runoff” is a very bad feature of many landscapes.
It is water that runs off our landscapes, down the street, and into the ocean; carrying a bit of our gardens with it; the fertilizers, pesticides and other pollutants. We are responsible gardeners. We need to change our practices.
Ron Vanderhoff is the General Manager at Roger’s Gardens, Corona del Mar

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CA Friendly® Gardening Solutions: Turf Alternatives

Everyone is going drought tolerant these days.
As we scale back our lawn areas in our gardens some people are left scratching their heads wondering, “What should I replace it with?”We’re going to offer a few of suggestions for filling parkways and shrinking your lawn areas with beautiful filler plants and alternatives.

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Summer Vegetable Gardening

For those of you who plant a vegetable garden, by early May most of you likely have a good start in getting in your summer vegetables. Tomatoes which were planted in March should be growing vigorously and setting fruit. Beans and corn which can tolerate the cooler temperatures of early spring are putting on good growth now with warmer temperatures as the sun climbs higher into the sky with each passing day.

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Someone Told Me… Gardening Myths

Gardening myths examined & suggestions for success. Each day at Roger’s Gardens my co-workers in the Outdoor Horticulture department & I answer a lot of questions from our guests.
The thing about gardening is that there are few truly hard rules because someone is always out there with an amazing garden that somehow flies in the face of standard practices. I thought I’d offer up a couple of the most common things guests have asked about and why these methods might not be the most helpful for people who have common issues in the garden.

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Mulching - 3 Inches Saves 30% Of Water

From the productive valley of central California, to the consistent temperatures of Orange County, California has always made gardening easier on us. Now, it is time to make gardening easier for California. Applying three inches of a shredded bark mulch can provide many benefits to the landscape.

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How to Create & Maintain A Tillandsia Design

Today we are going to learn about tillandsias, also called “air plants.” Tillandsias are called air plants because in nature they grow in the nooks and crannies of trees and rocks; they are not planted in soil. You never want to plant tillandsias in soil, they will rot very quickly.

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July Gardening Checklist: Bugs, Day-Trips and More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Bugs (both good and bad), places to visit, soil care and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and Ferns, Lawns, and more.

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July Gardening Checklist: Edible Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Edible plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees and more.

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July Gardening Checklist: Ferns, Lawns & More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Ferns, Lawns, Groundcovers and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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July Gardening Checklist: Flowers & Flowering Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Flowers and Flowering Plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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July Gardening Checklist: Fruit Trees

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Fruit trees are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Ornamental Plants, Edible Plants and more.

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Gardening Solutions To Kill Your Lawn

The lawn that just won’t die! Surprisingly perhaps, that’s exactly the fear that many people have when contemplating switching their lawn to something else. We fuss and labor over our lawns. If we miss a watering, forget to fertilize or ignore our little green oases, we quickly see the outcome, browning, dieback, weeds, disease, and so on. So, when the time comes, you’d think it would be easy enough to murder our lawns.
Not so. Grass lawns, especially those in California, can be tenaciously persistent, refusing to die, returning months later to haunt the executioner.

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Ocean Trout With Quinoa Kale Salad

Citrus, Ginger & Garlic Crusted Ocean Trout
Quinoa and Kale Salad with Roast Leeks and Kumquats, Citrus Honey Vinaigrette
A trip to the farmer’s market offers a bounty of produce and ideas. Learn from the master himself, Chef Richard Mead, former Owner & Chef of Sage restaurants and now the Executive Chef of Farmhouse restaurant at Roger’s Gardens, opening in spring 2016, new recipes for summer entertaining. Delight your guests with delectable flavors that will have them begging for more.

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The Miniature Garden In History

The gardening world is seeing a fascination with the miniature. Garden centers are reserving space for tiny benches, arbors, and bridges. Dwarf variety plants and small leaf ground covers are in demand. Some might see this as a “new trend” but if we look to the past we can begin to understand the present.
Barbara McGraw works at Roger’s Gardens in Gallery Sales and is an avid miniature gardener.

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Outdoor Living Trends - Summer 2015

Summer is here! Are you ready? Here are some tips on the latest color trends in outdoor living spaces for Summer 2015 to help you get started.

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June Gardening Checklist: Fruit Trees

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Fruit trees are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Ornamental Plants, Edible Plants and more.

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June Gardening Checklist: Edible Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Edible plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees and more.

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June Gardening Checklist: Flowers & Flowering Plants

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Flowers and Flowering Plants are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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June Gardening Checklist: Ferns, Lawns & More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Ferns, Lawns, Groundcovers and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and more.

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June Gardening Checklist: Bugs, Day-Trips and More

With the help of many gardening friends I have attempted to offer on these pages some useful information to help you with your own garden. Gardening is sharing. Any corrections, comments or suggestions are appreciated and will improve future information. Bugs (both good and bad), places to visit, soil care and more are the focus of this NoteStream. Also see our NoteStreams on Flowering Plants, Fruit Trees, Edibles, and Ferns, Lawns, and more.

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How To Replant Your Orchid

For some, orchids have an undeserved reputation for being difficult to grow and care for. In reality, they aren’t as difficult as you might think. Hi, I’m Chris Patterson the orchid buyer here at Roger’s Gardens in Corona del Mar, CA and I’d like to help you learn to repot your orchids.

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Creating A CA Friendly Garden

I’m convinced – gardeners love the outdoors, love nature and love the earth more than most people. That’s why we garden, to be closer to nature. So when it’s time to make decisions about the plants to place into their gardens these folks are increasingly weighing things like water needs and climate suitability.
The story of the transformation of my own typical suburban garden into a California Friendly version is one that I hope will inspire you in your own garden and perhaps give you some ideas toward what ‘the right thing’ might be.

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A Twenty-Something's Gardening Experiment

What made you become a gardener? For me, it was food.
Let me preface by explaining who I am. I’m a 25 year old woman, a graphic designer, photographer, yoga instructor and hiker. I work in the marketing department at Roger’s Gardens and have found a love for gardens and wildlife over the years.
I wouldn’t yet consider myself a gardener – at this point, I’m more of an experimenter. But isn’t that what most young adults are? We are seeing what works and what doesn’t. It’s one way to learn.

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Your Other Garden: The One We All Share

If you are reading this, it’s likely that you have a garden. Maybe a big garden or a small garden. Either way, it’s your garden. But, you have another garden as well; a garden that we share.
In southern California, now is the time to stop tending to your first garden for a short while. This is the time to get re-acquainted with your other garden, your bigger garden. Step outside, slow down and examine natures garden; wild, natural and beautiful. It is a perfect garden!

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Preparing Your Garden For Spring

This is a simple overview and you can add many steps to this but keeping your garden simple is always best for maximum enjoyment. Pests are seasonal and should be dealt with as they come, not before then. If you’re out in your garden checking weeds and making sure your irrigation is working, you’ll see pests as they arrive and can deal with them before they become a large problem.

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Home Decor Trends For Spring 2015

I just recently returned from a buying trip at the Maison Objet show in Paris. Not only was I inspired by all the beautiful displays and booths, but had the chance to walk the entire show to see all the trends in fabric, lighting and furniture. Here are a few of my observations of the most popular themes and design elements from this international trade show.

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Floral Design Trends for 2015

It’s that time of year when, after traveling the country, then researching thousands of images and ideas of floral designs from across the globe, I can share some of the emerging trends that have inspired, moved or given me a moment of pause. In no particular order of importance, here they are…

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