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  • The Coastal Gardener: The legend of O.C.'s wild tomatoes

    I often feel sorry for my daughter. But at least she'll have plenty of stories to tell her children. About five years ago, I recall doing my best to convince her to come with me on an all-day, far-fetched attempt to locate the last wild tomatoes in...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Invite a couple to share your garden

    You will usually hear them before you see them. House wrens are small birds, but they are a great addition to almost any garden. I'm standing in my garden watching a tiny brownish bird streak from the orange tree to the fence top. Once there it pauses,...
  • Costa Mesa study session focusing on medical marijuana, freeway widening, block grants

    The Costa Mesa City Council will discuss medical marijuana, a county project to widen the San Diego (405) Freeway and allocating thousands in community block grants to local nonprofits at a study session Monday afternoon. First up, local dispensary owner...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Celebrate California Native Plant Week in your own way

    Spring has finally arrived. The sun is shining, and here in Southern California that means gorgeous wildflower blooms. Our state is home to an amazing array of plant diversity, ranging from redwoods to palms, pines to succulents. California is one of...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Flight monitoring meeting shows compliance; critics not convinced

    A small crowd gathered at the Back Bay View Park on Tuesday, watching as the first flights departed John Wayne Airport and flew correctly overhead. But a few people on hand insisted the situation was an anomaly, perhaps because the pilots knew they were...
  • 'Ho Hum Bandit' suspect arrested in Denver

    'Ho Hum Bandit' suspect arrested in Denver
    SAN DIEGO -- A man suspected of robbing seven banks in San Diego County has been arrested in Denver, FBI agents announced Wednesday. The FBI's Rocky Mountain Safe Streets Task Force in Denver arrested 34-year-old Adam Lynch Monday evening. Agents said...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Peonies in local gardens? The verdict is …

    Serious gardeners love a challenge, especially when it comes to zones, frost, temperatures and all that boring technical stuff. Tell a serious plant lover that you can't grow one, and they'll buy two. Tell them it's too tropical or too temperate, and...
  • Wilson wants more

    Wilson wants more
    Coming onto the Corona del Mar High track and field team as a sophomore, Karléh Wilson said it was tough at times last year. She struggled to adjust after her family moved to Southern California from Gonzales, La. In some ways at CdM, she was the low...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Potted plant secrets, from the ground up

    Growing plants in containers has never been more popular. It couldn't be easier, right? Just put some pebbles in the bottom of the pot, pour in the potting soil, add the plants and you're done, right? Well, that's not exactly how expert gardeners go...
  • The Coastal Gardener: The when and the why of how names matter

    If you are a backyard gardener, your introduction to plant names probably came from plant labels, seed packets, maybe some plant catalogs or books and probably several casual conversations. Those names that you learned were invariably what are called...
  • Storm Closes Corona Airport

    Storm Closes Corona Airport
    CORONA ( KTLA) -- Dramatic photos reveal that the relentless rain that pounded Southern California for a week has brought about a closure of the Corona Airport runway, affecting up to 200 aircraft on site. According to airport manager Richard Brodeur,...
  • The Coastal Gardener: Merry Christmas to the flowers, trees and birds

    The Coastal Gardener: Merry Christmas to the flowers, trees and birds
    Chances are, as you read this, your living room is strewn with wrapping paper and holiday greeting cards. Gadgets are being plugged in, instruction sheets are being deciphered and calories are being consumed. The daily paper is soon to be dissected, a...