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Ask sunset. May 1, 2015 457
Front yard facelifts: still have a water-guzzling lawn? These gardens prove you can have splendor without the grass. Silver, Johanna May 1, 2015 725
Dear EarthTalk: I know that some large buildings filter some of their wastewater to irrigate exterior landscaping. Scheer, Roddy; Moss, Doug Nov 23, 2014 601
Ask sunset. Oct 1, 2014 427
Getting rid of that lawn. Carless, Monika Sep 1, 2014 1327
Gardening on the wild side. Braunschweig, Craig Brief article Aug 1, 2014 193
Ask sunset: have a question about life in the west? We have the answers. Valley, Mill; Croskell, Karen; Diego, San Aug 1, 2014 597
What to do if I lose my lawn? Go native or close to it. Brenzel, Kathleen N. Jun 1, 2014 1254
Room with a view: learn how to turn an empty patch into an outdoor retreat--just like the one in the sunset test garden. Silver, Johanna Jun 1, 2014 581
Your checklist. Dunec, Lauren Brief article Jun 1, 2014 311
All-seasons retreat. Feb 1, 2014 429
What's the best grass to grow under trees? Bernick, Elisa Brief article Jul 1, 2012 220
Front yard facelift: one backyard-deprived Portland gardener finds a playful space to call her own. Chai, Julie Feb 1, 2011 327
Create an edible landscape. Creasy, Rosalind Oct 1, 2010 948
Project no. 4: grow your way to a greener lawn. Mar 1, 2010 545
Grown to garden: how two friends turned their passion for plants into an inspiring nursery where the planting-ideas are free. Cohoon, Sharon Mar 1, 2009 434
Water garden in your backyard. Brief article Jul 1, 2008 163
Purposeful parties & better backyards. May 1, 2008 674
Turf the turf! Gorgeous alternatives to lawn: one of the most critical considerations for all Australian gardeners, no matter where they live, is water consumption--and a lawn is an absolute water-guzzler. Thankfully, you don't need a vast expanse of grass to create a gorgeous, practical garden environment. Moody, Mary Oct 1, 2007 631
Blazing bougainvilleas: these versatile garden showstoppers come in a range of vivid hues with a multitude of uses in the landscape. Here are our favorite varieties, from spreaders to shrubs, plus ways to display them in pots and beds. Baldwin, Debra Lee Jun 1, 2007 746
Graphic revamp: bold shapes and simple plantings help a small Palo Alto garden appear larger. Chai, Julie Feb 1, 2007 354
On landscaping & the edible garden concept. Hevenor, Doug Column Jan 1, 2007 1087
Element(s) of surprise: mushrooms. Zelmer, Carla Jan 1, 2007 2627
Country retreat: how to use playful plantings, rustic materials, and color to inspire your landscape. Chai, Julie Brief article Oct 1, 2006 307
Vintage remodel: craftsman flair enhances a garden remade for outdoor living. Cohoon, Sharon Sep 1, 2006 517
Backyard oasis: lessons in transforming a little-used space into a haven for outdoor living. Chai, Julie Sep 1, 2006 323
Transform your yard with native plants. Hubiak, Brandi Jun 1, 2006 1276
Greens to envy: a simple palette enlivens a dark corner. Chai, Julie Brief Article Mar 1, 2006 191
Chapter 20 designing landscapes. Arteca, Richard N. Jan 1, 2006 4957
Chapter 21 installing landscapes. Arteca, Richard N. Jan 1, 2006 4226
Chapter 22 landscape maintenance. Arteca, Richard N. Jan 1, 2006 4683
Sonoma style: Tuscan splendor to farm simplicity: alfresco living in California's wine country. Brenzel, Kathleen N. Jun 1, 2005 1415
Scenic remake: a San Luis Obispo garden embraces its regional heritage. Cohoon, Sharon May 1, 2005 444
Chapter 7 Basic construction techniques and equipment operation. Sauter, David Jan 1, 2005 7778
Appendix A. Sauter, David Appendix Jan 1, 2005 3128
Tea garden. Kelso, Suzanne Touchette Aug 1, 2004 352
Easy-care color. Chai, Julie Jun 1, 2004 336
Color your garden: express yourself with flower and foliage blends. Cohoon, Sharon Apr 1, 2004 1095
Lush and low cost. McCausland, Jim Brief Article Jan 1, 2004 299
Chapter 7 Plant selection. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 15423
Chapter 9 Flowers. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 2858
Chapter 10 Xeriscaping. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 7168
Chapter 20 Installing landscape plants. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 6164
Chapter 21 Selecting the proper grass. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 3564
Chapter 22 Lawn construction. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 3229
Chapter 23 Landscape irrigation. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2004 9049
Chapter 27 Care of the lawn. Ingels, Jack Jan 1, 2004 5106
Chapter 28 Winterization of the landscape. Ingels, Jack Jan 1, 2004 3017
Appendix A: Examples of landscape designs. Ingels, Jack E. Appendix Jan 1, 2004 213
A garden of grasses: how to use ornamentals in the landscape for striking results. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Oct 1, 2003 552
Designing with nature in Mill Valley. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Brief Article Oct 1, 2003 173
Casual, colorful city garden. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Brief Article Sep 1, 2003 220
Gardening smart in California: fall is the best time to plant your low-water landscape. Brenzel, Kathleen N.; Cohoon, Sharon Sep 1, 2003 1330
Front-yard design: three fresh ways to perk up the space outside your front door. (Garden & Outdoor Living). Chai, Julie Apr 1, 2003 1429
Going for the bold: large-leafed plants add drama to garden beds. (Garden). Swezey, Lauren Bonar Apr 1, 2003 821
Carefree & colorful: use our planting and design tips to create a cottage garden with a Western twist. Brenzel, Kathleen N.; Cohoon, Sharon; McCausland, Jim Apr 1, 2003 1145
Chapter 2 interpretation of data. Bridwell, Ferrell M. Jan 1, 2003 2016
Chapter 3 functional and aesthetic uses of plants. Bridwell, Ferrell M. Jan 1, 2003 4082
Hedges you can bet on: formal or informal, evergreen or deciduous, let a hedge work for you. (Garden). Lorton, Steven R. Oct 1, 2002 887
Treasure hunting: for unique pots, benches, or trellises, try a garden art specialist. (Garden). Brenzel, Kathleen N.; Boone, James Brief Article Jul 1, 2002 903
Garden makeovers: Turning a tired landscape into a dream garden takes savvy use of space and great details. These three gardens accomplished both. Swezey, Lauren Bonar; McCausland, Jim May 1, 2002 1043
A downpour of color: lush landscaping doesn't require loads of water. (Hearth & Home). Wetherbee, Kris May 1, 2002 707
Through the garden gate. Lang, Mike Brief Article Apr 28, 2002 629
Natural Vision: A Tranquil Piece of Wonder, Magic and Peace. An Island of Plenty to Wildlife. (Readers's Favorite Garden). Stephen, Marvel Brief Article Jan 20, 2002 1029
Chapter 2 Plant selection and management: the best way to minimize pruning needs. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 2646
Chapter 3 Tree structure. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 3406
Chapter 8: Nursery shade tree production pruning: developing the trunk and leader. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 5746
Chapter 9 Nursery shade tree production pruning: developing the canopy. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 5474
Chapter 10 Developing special forms on young plants. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 3945
Chapter 11 Structural pruning of shade trees in the landscape: objectives. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 4345
Chapter 12 Structural pruning of shade trees in the landscape: execution. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 4839
Chapter 13 Pruning types on established trees. Gilman, Edward E. Jan 1, 2002 9004
Chapter 14 Considerations for maintaining special sites and trees. Gilman, Edward F. Jan 1, 2002 6623
Chapter 15 Standards and specifications. Gilman, Edward F. Professional standards Jan 1, 2002 3209
Outdoor living -- French style. Cohoon, Sharon Brief Article Jul 1, 2001 262
Chapter 13 Turf: selection, establishment, and maintenance. Ingels, Jack E. Jan 1, 2001 10317
Front-yard makeovers. Whiteley, Peter O.; Gregory, Daniel Brief Article Oct 1, 2000 381
Around the west in 21 pots. BRENZEL, KATHLEEN N. May 1, 2000 2147
Weaving a tapestry on a slope. Kelso, Suzanne Touchette Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 188
Flower power. SWEZEY, LAUREN BONAR Brief Article Apr 1, 2000 673
Sandra Hutchison of Amberwynd of Snead Island. Brief Article Feb 1, 2000 115
Roses for the 21st century. SWEZEY, LAUREN BONAR Jan 1, 2000 1202
Home Landscaping. Mather, Mort; Emery, Carla Excerpt Aug 1, 1999 5049
Paths of discovery. McCausland, Jim Jul 1, 1999 1096
Fall planting. Cohoon, Sharon; Swezey, Lauren Bonar Cover Story Sep 1, 1998 1509
Effortless beauty. Wiegrefe, Susan J. Mar 1, 1998 1686
Growing wild: take your home place (almost) all the way back to nature. Vivian, John Dec 1, 1997 7146
Hand tools and techniques for home landscaping. Vivian, John Dec 1, 1997 4998
Sinjen's magic carpets. Cohoon, Sharon Nov 1, 1997 499
Handy hints for your yard. Wentz, Mac Jul 1, 1997 496
Handy hints for your yard. Radtke, David May 1, 1997 641
Be kind to yourself and your yard. Apr 1, 1997 604
Starting from scratch. Brenzel, Kathleen Norris; Yap, Rizza Sep 22, 1996 908
From parking lot to private garden. Aug 1, 1996 241
How to plant a hedge. Wentz, Mac Jul 1, 1996 1472
Alternative to a grass lawn; add the beauty of wildflowers and the lushness of native grasses. Prestley, Don May 1, 1996 1009
Shade plants with a sunny look. Lincowski, Emely Apr 1, 1996 389
California geology in miniature. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Mar 1, 1996 413
Inspirations & renovations. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Jul 1, 1995 1052
Water-thrifty plants by the pool, vegetable seedlings by mail, compact head lettuce. McCausland, Jim; Swezey, Lauren Bonar; Walheim, Lance Jun 1, 1995 2271
Landscaping that makes a difference. Martin, Greg Mar 1, 1995 3295
A trio of gardens surrounds a house with beauty, bounty. Davidson, Nancy Oct 1, 1994 281
Multilevel face-lift for a really steep lot. Lorton, Steven R. Oct 1, 1994 456
Berkeley rubble lives on in the garden. Swezey, Lauren Bonar Jun 1, 1994 332
Build a garden pond. Whiteley, Peter O.; Ocone, Lynn Jun 1, 1994 2074
Build a pond in just a few hours. Whiteley, Peter O. Mar 22, 1994 235
An oasis for wildlife - and people. Ocone, Lynn Aug 1, 1993 579
Mountain retreat or coastal dell? Whiteley, Peter O. Aug 1, 1993 340
Pretty small gardens. Ocone, Lynn Jul 1, 1993 905
Landscaping from scratch. Ferguson, Mary C. May 1, 1993 1219
The joys of natural landscaping. Patterson, Marion Mar 1, 1992 2362
Instead of a front lawn: to save water or improve looks, these homeowners replaced lawn. Nov 1, 1991 615
Nandina is a do-it-all. Nov 1, 1991 432
Dazzling border in tight space. Oct 1, 1991 224
A succulent wall just out the kitchen window. Jul 1, 1991 259
The garden lures you down for closer inspection. Jul 1, 1991 176
Butterfly gardening; with the right plants and conditions, you can make your garden inviting to butterflies. Jun 1, 1991 1389
Making every inch count. This small garden in Orange County makes full use of limited planting beds and outdoor entertaining space. Jun 1, 1991 323
The apple fence idea; this system is quicker and easier than the classic espalier. Jan 1, 1991 628
What can plants do for steps? Make them a lot more interesting. Nov 1, 1990 506
Rings around the family room. Nov 1, 1990 110
Remodeling for privacy and low maintenance. Oct 1, 1990 140
These entry gardens need almost no water. Oct 1, 1990 243
A lot more color and a lot less water ... in just 5 months. Oct 1, 1990 407
Who says dry is drab? Water-sensible plants can give you waves of color. Sep 1, 1990 536
The shrubs that pass for trees. Jun 1, 1989 522
Dealing with the long, dry summer and an unknown water future. Jun 1, 1988 292
Picture perfect gardens. Henke, Ellen May 1, 1988 1137
Hang up a wall of flowers. May 1, 1985 498
Five different plants grow between the steps. May 1, 1985 182
When baccharis needs a haircut, you can call in heavy equipment. Feb 1, 1985 272
Child of the drought. Oct 1, 1984 646
Planting and clearing for fire safety in brushy hillside areas. Sep 1, 1984 1606
Ivy geraniums on the deck railing. Mar 1, 1984 227

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