Tell Your Stress to Take a Walk in the Woods

Posted on Jan 28, 2016
Tell Your Stress to Take a Walk in the Woods

We are nearly a month into 2016 already and the holidays seem like a distant memory. Many people are now dealing with the fallout from the holidays. We ate way too much We spent way too much. We overindulged in so many ways I won’t make you feel any worse by listing them all here. […]

Dig In and Support Urban Gardening in San Diego

Posted on Jan 20, 2016
Dig In and Support Urban Gardening in San Diego

While I’m on the road at the annual Tropical Plant Industry Exhibition in Florida, I learned about a proposal making its way through the approval process at the City of San Diego. Yes, stop the presses: a government idea I’m excited about! The San Diego City Council’s Smart Growth and Land Use Committee took an […]

Even San Diegans Get The Winter Blues – How to Cope

Posted on Jan 14, 2016
Even San Diegans Get The Winter Blues – How to Cope

After suffering through several years of drought, the arrival of rain thanks to El Nino storms was welcome. Even with some flooding problems, we will benefit in the long run from watering out trees without irrigation, replenishing our reservoirs and groundwater. But I didn’t realize just how much the gray gloomy weather had gotten to […]

Do Your Part to Stop Stormwater Pollution

Posted on Jan 7, 2016
Do Your Part to Stop Stormwater Pollution

Just a few months ago, the Good Earth Plant Company blog was full of advice about surviving our Southern California drought. Now here we are in 2016, and our first blog post of the year is about too much rain. The anticipated El Niño winter rainstorms have hit our area. While we are all grateful […]