Travel the World at Home

Home Wizards. May 14, 2010. With Cindy Dole: It’s the next best thing to being there – bringing Australia, Chile, South Africa and the Mediterranean to your garden and your world! In Southern California, plants from those regions are ideal because of the similarity in climate.

Habitats for Humanity

Form Magazine. July/August 2011. By Editor in Chief Caren Kurlander: Given the temperate climate of Southern California, it’s not unusual for people to spend as much time outdoors as they do inside. For a project in Glendale, California, FormLA Landscaping gave their clients even more reason to linger outside by intgrating ten distinct living spaces into their hillside lot. Excerpted with permission of Balcony Media.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Glendale News Press. April 10, 2010. By Nicole Charky: This isn’t a garden tour for pansies — it’s strictly native.

The Theodore Payne Foundation’s 50-year anniversary garden tours today and Sunday include 50 gardens in Los Angeles County to commemorate the organization’s dedication to native California plants and Theodore Payne’s legacy.

Payne dedicated his life to preserving wildflowers such as golden poppies and yellow tidy tips in his own nursery and seed business.