Matt
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        What would you say is your specialty?
        I'm the plant finder guy. I try to locate customers special requests.

        If you could be a plant which would you be and why?
        A Cast Iron plant, just kidding, I'm not that tough! I love the Gold Dust         plant, it looks like an artist splashed yellow paint all over it. Very cool!

        What kind of plant background/experience do you have?
        I worked for OSH nursery part time while in college, working up to         Manager during my time there. I managed Old Creek Nursery prior to         joining Lotus Gardens.

        What is your best piece of garden/yard advice?
        Prepare the soil! A proper foundation gives plants a chance to grow. 


Patty


        What would you say is your specialty?
        Aquatic plants.

        If you could be a plant which would you be and why?
        A Rose, because they are fragrant and the most popular flower given to         loved ones!

        What kind of plant background/experience do you have?
        I've learned all I know working at Lotus Gardens for 21 years.


        What is your best piece of garden/yard advice?
        Have a nice yard because working in your yard is good therapy.



        What would you say is your specialty?
        All-around nurseryman, but especially knowledgeable in trees and tree         health, drought tolerant plants, and proper pruning of plants in general. 

        If you could be a plant which would you be and why?
        A Leucophyllum Frutescens, commonly know as a "Texas Ranger". This         evergreen shrub is attractive, self-sufficient, low-water need, and flowers         late spring through early fall. 

        What kind of plant background/experience do you have?
        My father is a retired nurseryman and I learned many of the basics from         him. I am otherwise self-taught through practical, on-the-job experience         and reading anything and everything I can about plants and nature. My         motto is - "Noone can know everything about the plant world due to its 
        vast diversity, but a serious gardener should try to learn something new         everyday."

        What is your best piece of garden/yard advice?
        Learn everything you can about soils, because that is the plants home and         "deep-watering", because many plants will be more tolerant of drought         and heat if their root system is healthy. 
John
Irene


        What would you say is your specialty?
        Bedding plants and that I'm bilingual.

        If you could be a plant which would you be and why?
        Jasmine, because it's a bountiful flower and the world's most fragrant         flower, a point not lost on the perfume industry.

        What kind of plant background/experience do you have?
        I've learned all I know working in the nursery industry and am still         learning more, you learn something new everyday.

        What is your best piece of garden/yard advice?
        Plant certain plants to enjoy all year round. Also I have found that winter         time is best for outdoor lighting. How nice to come home to your garden         all lit up.






Tom Spino has been landscaping the valley for over 30 years. Licensed with the State of California (C27 Landscape and B General Contractor), insured 
and bonded, and ready to re-do your current landscape or just spruce it
 up for you!


The Spino Family


        What would you say is your specialty?
        Turf grasses.

        If you could be a plant which would you be and why?
        Redwood...tall, strong and majestic. And they remind me of Christmas all         year long. 

        What kind of plant background/experience do you have?
        Licensed landscape contractor.

        What is your best piece of garden/yard advice?
        Don't over water. When using chemicals follow the label...more is not         better. 




Bill
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