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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 099

What's Growing At The Cottage No. 099
Dwarf Plumbago (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides) – don’t even try pronouncing the Latin name! Showy, versatile and durable groundcover for sun or ...
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Keep the country kids playing in dirt!

Keep the country kids playing in dirt!
We Coastsiders love all things local - food, vineyards & breweries, farms & ranches, gardens, musicians & our schools. Did ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 098

What's Growing At The Cottage No. 098
Impatiens. The classic old reliable annual for shade. They are native to tropical Africa where they are perennials but in ...
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Saved the best for last!

Saved the best for last!
It’s that time. Pescadero’s signature event is back. A country good ol' time will be had to kick off the ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 097

What's Growing At The Cottage No. 097
Cosmos are renowned for their profuse blooms and generous self-seeding habit of comic proportions - sorry, I couldn’t resist! They ...
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Poets save the world!

Poets save the world!
"I am signaling you through the flames. The North Pole is not where it used to be. Manifest Destiny is ...
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Starving?

Starving?
I am. Well, not LITERALLY but you know what I mean. I feel like pizza. Margherita. Never go wrong with ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 096

What's Growing At The Cottage No. 096
Spicebush (Calycanthus occidentalis). This shrub is native to the mountains of central and northern California and is pollinated by beetles ...
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A classic Bay Area summer treat older than the Golden Gate Bridge!

A classic Bay Area summer treat older than the Golden Gate Bridge!
Ah, this takes me back to my childhood. A scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream between two freshly baked thick ...
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Come help celebrate a little history

Come help celebrate a little history
Built in 1867, Pescadero Community Church is not only a California Registered Landmark but the oldest church within the San ...
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Ah, the smell of sunscreen lotion in the air…

Ah, the smell of sunscreen lotion in the air...
The Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk has been operating since 1907 and two of the rides are National Historic Landmarks, the ...
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Want to see what people have in their barns?

Want to see what people have in their barns?
I bet you do and you can take some of the stuff home with you too. But first off, you’ll ...
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