My recent conversation with U.C. Santa Cruz Arboretum's executive director Martin Quigley. If you want to know more about growing things along California's Central Coast, this is a must watch video
|U.C. Santa Cruz Arboretum's Succulent Garden|
We define a Mediterranean climate and discuss their unique qualities, talk about growing fruit trees, ornamental plants, and bulbs, review fine points of pruning trees and flowering shrubs and separating succulent plants.
|Specimen plant at the Arboretum|
|Golden Delicious apples in Corralitos, California|
|Australian Ghost Eucalyptus|
|Succulent sprouting flat at a Watsonville nursery|
|Desert garden display at the U.C. Santa Cruz Arboretum|
It was a fun interview which took place at the KSQD Santa Cruz studios on Saturday, September 14, 2019. The video is 20 minutes long and contains nearly 100 different images.