Mike Garcia
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  • Redondo Beach, CA
  • United States
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Which category best describes you?
Master Gardener, Garden Club, Landscape Service Provider
Skill level
In a Gardening related business
Website
http://www.enviroponds.com
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
xeriscaping and all types of water features
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
50 hours

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At 5:37am on June 12, 2012, Joan *Flower Angel*.. Z-8 said…

Welcome back to Garden-Share Mike... You will like it here.  *Lots of beautiful inspiring pics, *Groups with wonderful ideas and *Gardening Friends from all over The U.S.A. and The World.  You may design your "MY PAGE" with tools located on the "HOME" page above.  View pics by the page by clicking on "PHOTOS" above.  Save your "100 FAVORITE or LIKES" pics by clicking on the heart.  You may friend a Gardener by clicking on their profile pic or name, it will take you to their MY PAGE. Click on "Add as Friend", a Gardener must accept your invite or you their invite to become friends. Click on "GROUPS" above to locate the group from your HOME STATE or Groups of interest . Joining Groups are a wonderful way to make friends and share ideas. Thank You for sharing your lovely garden pic on Garden-Share...

Welcome and Happy Gardening !

At 10:44pm on February 28, 2011, Gylma Norman gave Mike Garcia a gift
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Because You Like SUCULENTS, Gylma
At 9:53pm on February 26, 2011, Nancy Burstein said…

Mike-I did check it out and it looks wonderful-Have you checked out my "Sage Gardening Tips" group? My thing is roses and irises. I created the group to have a place where I (amd others) could offer their expertise-also those who had questions could come and post their questions. I have a couple of great Master Gardeners write articles on it.

If you'd like to create a discussion about your zero-scape-you could leave a link to your web-site. Think about it. You could offer a lot to our members.

At 12:23am on February 26, 2011, Nancy Burstein said…
Here is a Ranunculus from my gardens for a fellow Californian!
At 12:21am on February 26, 2011, Nancy Burstein gave Mike Garcia a gift
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Hi Mike-Welcome to GI-I have 3 groups-"iris, my new love","Handicap Gardening" & "Sage Gardening Tips" Thanks, Nancy
At 10:32pm on October 29, 2009, Terri Penman said…
Hi Mike, nice to find someone here from California. I had my pond cleaned as it was almost toxic from so much algae. The pond is fairly large and we had numerous water lillies, which were removed in the cleaning process. We had lots of tree frogs leaving their black eggs all over the lily pads which I thought was killing the lilies, but the frogs are gone and where once the lily pads filled the pond, they are now sparse and getting smaller and smaller. My pond cleaning lady says it is the normal course, but w/o the liliy pads providing the only shade I am afraid the fish will die. Should I just replace the lilies and is this the season to do so? Judging from your pictures, we have many of the same plants you can view mine on http://sbgardening.ning.com under Terri. Also, I have several Zwartkopf planted by the previous owner, but over time they have become tall and spindly. A few times I have beheaded and replanted them successfully, I am considering trying it again. Also, I have two Proteas which are doing great, but I am hesitate to cut the flowers as I have read they are susceptible to disease, should I use a tar on the cut part of the stem??
 
 
 

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