This spring CJ received a Top Producer Award in real estate sales for 2015. Looking very "Suzie Wong" in her black and red silk from Hoi An, Viet Nam, here she is with some of her Top Producer pals. Way to go, CJ! Continue Reading!
LOVELY HORSE PROPERTY BETWEEN AUBURN AND GRASS VALLEY, CALIFORNIA Call CJ Jenkins at 530-906-4715 for more information or to set up a private showing. AND CHECK OUT THE VIDEO TOUR BELOW THESE PHOTOS! Peaceful country living on ten usable acres with three-stall barn, pole barn, and separate bunk house furnished with full bath and kitchenette (not part of the square footage) with a large shop below. This solar-powered, fully-fenced horse property has great efficiency with a 16 gallon per minute well and gravity-fed NID...Continue Reading!
We have a fabulous Lakefront Home for Sale at Lake of the Pines between Auburn and Grass Valley, California. At 4114 square feet, this home is offered at $1,099,000, an exceptional value. Call CJ at 530-906-4715 for more information or to schedule a private showing. Here are some of the neighbors. The photos were taken by the owner from her back deck. Call CJ at 530-906-4715 for more information or to schedule a private showing.Continue Reading!
Delightful year-round, this lakefront home is for sale at lovely Lake of the Pines between Auburn and Grass Valley, California. These photos of the four seasons were taken during the past couple of years by the owner from her own back deck. Call CJ Jenkins at 530-906-4715 for more details or to schedule a private showing. Remember, these photos were taken by the owner from her back deck! Call CJ at 530-906-4715 for more information about this delightful home for sale at fabulous...Continue Reading!
The attractive entrance of this lake front home, tasteful yet understated, doesn't prepare you for the delightful surprise of walking through the front door. This lovely abode is much larger than it appears at 4114 square feet, and is sensational throughout, graceful in design and beautiful in appointments. Spoil yourself with eye-popping dawn views as you wake up every morning, summer, autumn, winter, spring, and gaze out over your quiet cove to the beckoning expanse of pretty Lake of the...Continue Reading!
The Jenkins Garden is in the ground, this morning, finished, kaput, one hundred percent! Up here in the Sierra Foothills I am taking a bit of a chance (we occasionally get late spring cold snaps) but the weather is too beautiful, and I just couldn’t help myself, but, I compensated for my impatience with better preparation than usual. Before the first seed or seedling went into the dirt: Preliminary plan drawn on paper. Weeds pulled by hand. Fences and trellis’s (trellises?) repaired. ...Continue Reading!
What to Plant in March Taters! With all the El Nino rain, the spring planting season is getting off to a bit of a late start. Be careful not to dig around too much in sopping wet soil; it wreaks havoc on the soil structure. Also there is a good chance of a late spring frost, so if you do go ahead and plant, be prepared to protect tender new growth. That said, there are plenty of summer annuals in the stores right...Continue Reading!
What to plant in February Spare Guts! (as my Pappy used to call them) Flowers: transplant or direct seed snapdragons, candytufts, lilies, California Indian pinks, lily-of-the-valleys, larkspurs, Shasta and painted daisies, stock and coral bells. Fruits and vegetables: Plant Jerusalem artichokes (sunchokes), strawberries and rhubarb. Direct seed radishes, beets and chard. Start peppers, tomatoes and eggplants indoors. Plant bare-root asparagus now through April. At lower elevations, plant potatoes now through May. Dill is a useful culinary herb and attracts beneficial insects to your garden ! Trees and...Continue Reading!
What to plant in January Strawberries! Flowers: Plant bare-root roses and vines. Transplant pansies, calendulas, English daisies, violas, snapdragons and fairy primroses. Fruits and vegetables: Plant rhubarb, bare-root grapes, kiwis, strawberries (!) and cane berries. When weather permits, direct seed peas, radishes, lettuce and spinach. Indoors, start broccoli, kale and collards (yum). Happy collards in our back yard! Trees and shrubs: Plant bare root trees and ornamentals. Transplant living Christmas trees outside. Note: This time of year, soggy soils can rot bare root plants. Don’t dig...Continue Reading!
I'll get a few horses, and some goats and chickens, and a pool and spa. Continue Reading!
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