"Advice to Grow by...  Ask us!" 
Hotline: (858) 822-6910 
It might not be an overstatement to say there has never been a better time to find solace in the garden than this month:

  
 
Spring has sprung! Time to plant warm-season veggies:

  
 
The Goldspotted Oak Borer (GSOB) has caused extensive injury and mortality to oaks in San Diego's woodlands and forests.

Question: 
What are those strange, reddish bumps on my shrubs?
 
Answer:
That disfiguring is caused by Eugenia psyllids.
Learn more here:




   
We are still here for you!

Our popular and FREE "Ask a Master Gardener" Hotline is still going strong as our MGs can now answer your questions remotely while they stay safe at home.  Just call
(858) 822-6910, record your question and an MG will get back to you. Or email us at
help@mastergardenerssandiego.org.






MG Stephen Cantu shares why he's committed to
"friendly, inclusive gardening" in




 
Now's a great time to "attend" a gardening workshop
from the comfort of home.


 


 
The Therapeutic Value of the Garden in Trying Times

Here's an apt opinion piece for your consideration:

 

 
Looking for More At-Home Activities for Your Kids?

Why not introduce them to gardening through beautiful books?


 


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