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Green Valley Nursery closing

Green Valley Nursery & Landscape abruptly announced Jan. 1 it’s liquidating all inventory because the lease has expired. It states on the nursery’s Facebook page: “Nursery liquidation — everything must go! Lease expired and we MUST sell all our plants and trees immediately! If you are another nursery, a commercial landscape company, or a large business and you […]

January 21, 2015 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

EDH nursery getting up to code

A hearing to consider a request to permit a nursery and landscaping business in the north El Dorado Hills area is planned for the March 27 meeting of the El Dorado County Planning Commission. The business is located on a 9.6-acre parcel on the southeast corner of the intersection of Shadowfax Lane and Green Valley […]

March 14, 2014 | Posted in News | Tagged

Escape to Gardens of the Hills

Roses, azaleas, perennials … oh, my. This year’s Gardens of the Hills tour hosted by the Assistance League of Sierra Foothills has more blossoms and greenery than ever before. For two days visitors are invited to marvel at some of the community’s most beautiful gardens, all while raising money for good causes. The Assistance League of […]

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Garden Guru: Protecting our native oaks

One distinguishing feature of El Dorado Hills is the oak woodlands that populate our open spaces and many of our neighborhood landscapes. We have three species of oaks native to our area. The Valley Oak (Quercus lobata) is our largest, most majestic oak. Blue Oaks (Quercus douglasi) are the most common oaks in our area […]

Garden Guru: Fireworks in August

As we enter the dog days of summer, most plants and trees have finished their yearly blooming cycle and we don’t see a lot of color in our landscapes. A drive around El Dorado Hills in August might reveal some fading roses and perhaps some blooming oleander. There is one plant that you can’t miss […]

August 23, 2017 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,

Rabid skunk bites man in Shingle Springs

A man visiting a local plant nursery was bitten by a skunk that proved to be rabid in an incident earlier this month that has El Dorado County Animal Services issuing a reminder to the public about avoiding such perilous contact with wildlife. The man’s identity including his age and where he lives were not […]

September 05, 2017 | Posted in Cameron Park Life | Tagged ,

Garden Gurus: Sweet and succulent, not your everyday cake

With the egress of our former Garden Guru, Brent Dennis, I thought an appropriate segue into Terry’s and my succession would be to focus this article on a gardening topic that Brent and I both have our heart-strings in. An item that is a monument of Brent’s impact during his time at El Dorado Hills — Community […]

November 09, 2016 | Posted in Commentary | Tagged ,
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