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Claire C.


Lemon Grove, CA
Hometown: San Diego

Member since:

July 22, 2014

What is your favorite food you want to grow?

I have a garden off my kitchen, and like to grow things that I can throw into a salad.

Are you an experienced organic gardener or a beginner?

I fall somewhere in the middle. My place is certified as a Wildlife Habitat by the Nat'l Wildlife Federation, (which means that I provide habitat, food, and water). There are lots of birds, and an occasional skunk or opossum.

What club activities are you interested in? Lectures? Hands on projects? Garden days? Or?

Any and all of the above!

Do you have a space to garden? Or are you looking to find one? Or do you want to find somebody to garden for and/or with you?

I put in drip for the last untamed "lower forty" of my property, which is on a slope. There are mature jacaranda and coral trees, pomegranate, loquat, figs, olives, orange, and grapefruit. I'm in the planning stages of planting a micro vineyard, and would like to build a little studio and deck down there eventually. I have big ideas, but it's more than I can do at any one time, so I just do what I can.

Which area/city do you live in?

Lemon Grove


I live in Lemon Grove on a half acre that looks east over the mountains. I have quite a few varieties of citrus, including some trees from the original grove. I putter around with drought-resistant landscaping and organic gardening.


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