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See why November is a VERY busy "to do" month for gardeners




Got rats? You might not see them, but signs of their presence are easy to detect. Learn about these troublesome critters.

What is the difference between wasps, hornets and bees? Can I safely chase them away with my hose? Here are your answers:

There are many kinds of wasps and bees. Some species are solitary insects and others, like honeybees, bumblebees and yellowjackets are social insects which live in colonies. Honeybee colonies can survive for years. Bumblebee and yellowjacket colonies usually die out in late fall and are reestablished the next year by fertile females.

Plant bulbs now for beautiful
flowers next Spring.

Sat. March 18, 2017
San Diego Master Gardeners  
Full-Day Spring Seminar 
"Growing Together - 
Gardening for  
a Better Tomorrow"
At the San Diego County  
Operations Center

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