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7 Easy Things You Can do for Mother Earth

At Bay Meadows we enjoy Peninsula sunshine, miles of biking trails, a walkable campus with nearby public transit, networks of parks, community gardens, and wide-open spaces. But most of all, we enjoy the extra time …

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The Mid-Peninsula Garden Resource Guide

Admire lush retreats carefully crafted by human hands, just a short trip from your Bay Meadows home. Whether you are looking for garden inspiration or some natural rejuvenation, visit these nearby gardens and slow things …

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Gardening Gift Ideas

Who says the winter garden can't be productive? The harvest in the photo above was picked only a week ago and includes Meyer lemons, pomegranates, radishes, mizuna, ruby streaks mustard, several varieties of kale, and …

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Holiday Gift Ideas: Books for Gardeners

We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving weekend filled with family, friends, and delicious food! This coming weekend, however, we hope you can join us for the next class in the DIG IT series - …

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Winter Gardening Tips

It's starting to feel like winter! With the forecast showing more rain and cooler temperatures to come, it's time prepare your garden for the winter. Read on for some cold weather gardening tips and information …

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Gardening with the Family in Persimmon Park

Gardening is the perfect family activity. Particularly when kids are involved. They're curious, like to learn by doing, and love to play in the dirt. And that’s exactly what Bay Meadows families who participate in the …

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Infusions from the Garden

It's that time of year again - when all your herbs and tea plants are big, bushy, and in need of a trim before the winter sets in. And what do you do with this abundance …

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Winter Vegetable Gardening

Who says winter gardening has to be boring? With a little planning and patience, your winter harvest can be as bright, colorful and bountiful as the picture you see above! Although it may seem strange thinking …

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Next DIG IT Class: The Herb Garden

As you can see from the photo above, the community garden at Persimmon Park is growing lush and strong! Soon we'll be inundated with tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, peppers, and eggplants. Feel free to stop by …

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