This is our 15th Annual Guide to Gardening in Sonoma County… which includes gardening resources located from Sonoma to the Coast and from Cloverdale to Petaluma. Articles are written by landscaping professionals to educate you on gardening techniques, encouraging a healthy insect population, tree care and more.
Here is a link to our print edition of the Gardener's Resource Guide: http://online.flipbuilder.com/opcf/nxkz/mobile/index.html
And a link to the Guide online where you can search for locally-owned businesses by category: http://sonomacountynurseries.com/
Landscaping Supplies & More: Hardscaping is the foundation of a beautiful landscape. Lumber, rocks, pavers, sand, mulch -- you'll find everything you'll need to create a beautiful garden for hours of outdoor enjoyment.
Nurseries and Plant Propagators of Sonoma County: Locally-grown plants are already adapted to our seasons, they thrive in our climate zone, and they do not import insects and diseases from outside our area. Laa the nurseries and plant propagor=tors on this list are Sonoma County owned and pride themselves on locally-grown plants
Gardening Education and Classes:So much to learn, about beekeeping, growing herbs for health, landscaping for fire-prevention, how to build a greywater system and more. here are your resources for education.
Outdoor Power Equipment for Gardeners: Machines make large projects easier to accomplish. If you need to purchase or maintain outdoor power equipment, here are your Sonoma County resources.
Tree Services and Arborists of Sonoma County: Maintaining trees for health and beauty frequently requires professionals with skills and equipment beyond the scope of homeowners and landscape companies. This work can be dangerous. Knowledge of tree structure, disease, and parasites, how weather and seasons impact growth are all important for healthy trees.
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