The garden doctor is in. What questions do you have about your plants?

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A person plants tomato seedlings in an organic garden. Photo by Shutterstock.

The pandemic sparked a wave of newbie gardeners eager to explore and reinvent their porches, backyards, and community gardens. But you may have learned: Growing fruits and veggies can be tough! And as Southern California reopens, you may need some words of encouragement to keep your motivation up and your plants thriving during this bountiful spring season.

Join Greater LA next week as we get tips and advice from Tashanda Giles-Jones, an environmental educator based in Inglewood. She also teaches virtual classes through Kiss the Ground, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit and leading education and advocacy organization in the healthy soil movement. Her mission is to empower gardeners of all levels.

What questions do you have for Giles-Jones about your SoCal garden, from a pot to a plot? 

Ask below and tune in for her answers!