New Spring Growth and a Full Garden at Alta Loma

A lot of plants are really starting to come alive with the approaching of spring, and all of the winter crops are really taking off with the extra rain they got last week.

Swiss Chard doubling in size every week

Swiss Chard doubling in size every week

The grape vine breaking dormancy

The grape vine breaking dormancy

The peach tree opening its first buds of the season

The peach tree opening its first buds of the season

The passion vine along with the artichokes taking over a slice of the garden

The passion vines along with the artichokes taking over a slice of the garden

A shot from above to see all the winter greens doing what they do best, Being Green.

A shot from above to see all the winter greens doing what they do best, Being Green.

Patrick Migliazzo

After graduating with a degree in Finance and then working in sales for a few years, Patrick went back to school for a year at UCLA Extension. He completed the Horticulture program at UCLA and began working for the National Parks Service full time doing restoration projects and leading field trips. Patrick now runs his family's printing company called Trackstar Printing but takes time away from the office every week to work as a Ranger at two schools for EnrichLA.