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Inaba Horticulture

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The Ojai Garden

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Over 40 oak lovers came to the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden on March 15 to see local arborist Michael Inaba of Inaba Horticulture talk about oak tree care.
Mike discussed the water requirements of oaks in detail and... Ojai Community Demonstration Garden Over 40 oak lovers came to the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden on March 15 to see local arborist Michael Inaba of Inaba Horticulture talk about oak tree care. _IGP0728.jpg Mike discussed the water requirements of oaks in detail and highlighted strategies to care for the oaks during the prolonged drought. _IGP0729.jpg It all begins with the soil, and so Mike explained the structure and texture of soil and the relationship between the trees and soil _IGP0772.jpg To demonstrate an easy way to tell what kind of soil you have at home, Mike filled a jar with soil and water, and shook it up. _IGP0784.jpg The soil will eventually separate into layers of sand, silt and clay. _IGP0790.jpg Mike passed around material from under an oak in the garden _IGP0764.jpg and everyone had a look. _IGP0767.jpg He also discussed how the amount of water an oak receives affects its growth and how overwatering increases the need for pruning and can even kill a tree. MIke explained how and when to plant near oaks, and answered questions. Thanks to Mike, many of our local oaks will weather the drought and be here for many years to come. Mike Inaba started out by giving us a little geology lesson, using Les Dublin's workshop publicity photo to illustrate how soil is made. As usual, Mike kept the audience entertained with amusing anecdotes sprinkled throughout his informative talk. Participants learned all about soil structure, texture, and organisms. SoilBuildingWeb6.jpg Mike used some nearby garden soil to help illustrate soil texture. SoilBuildingWeb4.jpg Finally, Mike showed us some soil amendments that can be useful for local gardens, such as organic cottonseed meal and gypsum. Come find out at a free workshop in the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden with local horticulturist Michael Inaba. Learn all about soil texture, structure, and how to identify what kind of soil you have, then use... Ojai Community Demonstration Garden Got loam? Come find out at a free workshop in the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden with local horticulturist Michael Inaba.


The Ojai Garden: September 2010 Archives

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Michael Inaba's Workshop
Twenty-four tree lovers came to the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden Saturday morning to learn about oaks. Oaks10Web1.jpg Arborist and horticulturist Michael Inaba spoke for two hours about the unique needs of oaks and how best to care for them. Oak10Web2.jpg Workshop participants learned how to garden without harming the oaks on their property. Throughout the talk, Mike answered the group's many questions. Oak10web3.jpg Afterwards, Mike went home with a Demo Garden mug that he really liked! Learn everything you need to know about caring for the oak trees in your yard at this free workshop with local arborist Michael Inaba of Inaba Horticulture.


The Ojai Garden: November 2009 Archives

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Thirty oak lovers came to the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden Saturday to learn about gardening in the vicinity of oaks from local arborist Michael Inaba.
oak-09-web1.jpg Participants went home with an informative handout on oak care and a list of drought-tolerant California native plants that are suitable for growing near oaks. 0ak-09-web2.jpg Mike is a wonderful speaker who kept everyone engaged throughout the talk. oak-09-web3.jpg After everyone's questions were answered, the group left the dappled shade of the oaks and headed out to the garden. oak-09-web4.jpg A demonstration of California native plants suitable for growing under oaks allowed participants to see plants growing in the garden that are available locally. oak-09-web5.jpg Mike provided a great deal of useful information about each plant in the area. Learn everything you need to know about caring for the oak trees in your yard at this free workshop with local arborist Michael Inaba of Inaba Horticulture.


The Ojai Garden - Outdoors in Ojai, California

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Over 40 oak lovers came to the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden on March 15 to see local arborist Michael Inaba of Inaba Horticulture talk about oak tree care.
_IGP0728.jpg Mike discussed the water requirements of oaks in detail and highlighted strategies to care for the oaks during the prolonged drought. _IGP0729.jpg It all begins with the soil, and so Mike explained the structure and texture of soil and the relationship between the trees and soil _IGP0772.jpg To demonstrate an easy way to tell what kind of soil you have at home, Mike filled a jar with soil and water, and shook it up. _IGP0784.jpg The soil will eventually separate into layers of sand, silt and clay. _IGP0790.jpg Mike passed around material from under an oak in the garden _IGP0764.jpg and everyone had a look. _IGP0767.jpg He also discussed how the amount of water an oak receives affects its growth and how overwatering increases the need for pruning and can even kill a tree. MIke explained how and when to plant near oaks, and answered questions. Thanks to Mike, many of our local oaks will weather the drought and be here for many years to come. Soil Building with Michael Inaba We had a wonderful Soil Building workshop in the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden last weekend. SoilBuildingWeb1.jpg Mike Inaba started out by giving us a little geology lesson, using Les Dublin's workshop publicity photo to illustrate how soil is made. As usual, Mike kept the audience entertained with amusing anecdotes sprinkled throughout his informative talk. Participants learned all about soil structure, texture, and organisms. SoilBuildingWeb6.jpg Mike used some nearby garden soil to help illustrate soil texture. SoilBuildingWeb4.jpg Finally, Mike showed us some soil amendments that can be useful for local gardens, such as organic cottonseed meal and gypsum. Come find out at a free workshop in the City of Ojai Community Demonstration Garden with local horticulturist Michael Inaba.


Oaks and Gardens Workshop: The Ojai Garden

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Learn everything you need to know about caring for the oak trees in your yard at this free workshop with local arborist Michael Inaba of Inaba Horticulture.


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