~ The more we garden in San Francisco the more appreciation we gain for how gardens impact the larger ecosystem they’re a part of. In the posts below we seek to celebrate and explore all the ways a garden is connected to what’s around it, in the hopes of loving and stewarding our gardens and our urban landscape a little more. ~
Building and maintaining healthy, mycorrhizae-filled #soil is always the priority in our garden design because without healthy soil it’s hard to grow healthy plants. Check out the new blog post for our soil fungus fueled approach to design and care. Especially since it turns out to be #worldsoilday today 😍 #SmallSpotsInABigWorld
SSG is using the rainy weather to spend some time geeking out on #soilhealth. More to come #biology #soil #urbangardens #science #ecology
For bringing interesting shape and texture to the garden, dry seed heads are powerful.
Peely #manzanita requires #nofilter