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November 2009 • Edition 9.45

Kevin's Korner

We are now well into fall. You’re probably already thinking of the busy Holidays fast approaching...but don’t forget about your garden! It is still a great time to enjoy the yard, even more so since you can work without getting too hot! The days are getting shorter and the weather is getting much cooler, and the rainy season should be upon us soon. Just as last month, when we were busy planting and planning our fall and winter crops and plants to grow; November is still a great time to plant! Check out our Gardening Tips for good varieties to plant in November. Some need to be planted right away before it gets too late--like onion, garlic and strawberries. Don’t wait any longer to finish your fall planting. Do it now!

"Adjust your irrigation controllers as the day length decreases and cooler temperatures result. Remember we are still in a critical water shortage situation and every drop counts!"

Happy Thanksgiving to You and Your Families from Your Friends at Grangetto’s!

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Water Smart Gardening Festival--More Beauty with Less Water

Attendees eligible to win
a free Home Landscape Re-design--$700 value!

(RANCHO SAN DIEGO, CA)—Fall is here, San Diego’s second planting season, and the Water Conservation Garden celebrates with an exposition of drought tolerant landscaping on Saturday, November 14, 2009, 9am-3pm, at the Water Smart Gardening Festival. Admission and parking are free.  Plant vendors will offer a variety of drought tolerant plants with colors and textures that prove that water-wise does not mean compromise-- beauty in the landscape is possible despite the ongoing water shortage.  Gardening experts, including local gardening author Nan Sterman, will help novice and experienced gardeners get from bare dirt, or anywhere in between, to the water smart landscape of their dreams with short lectures and "Ask the Experts" booths covering water smart gardening, composting, vegetable gardening, tree care, and irrigation.  Visitors in the planning stages of a new landscape design won’t want to miss the "Ask the Designers" program featuring free 20-minute landscape design consultations with a professional designer.  Appointments can be reserved ahead at 619-660-0614, x10.

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