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Do you know the way to San Jose? I’ve been away so long. I may go wrong and lose my way. Do you know the way to San Jose? I’m going back to find some peace of mind in San Jose.” (Burt Bacharach – Do You Know The Way”).
It doesn’t take a Google search to find a crazy-cool city to call home in this state. Just pick a place that begins with San (you won’t be disappointed by any of ’em), pack your bags (must-haves include sunscreen and a Diccionario Inglés-Español), and come on down. Arguably the sultriest San of all, the so-called “capital of Silicon Valley” is primo living for Left Coast leasers aiming to join one of Cali’s most diverse and eclectic mega-communities. Sound like your cup ‘o’ tea? Then stick with us. We’ll have you ballin’ in the south Bay in two shakes of a high-tech stick.
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San Jose Shark’s Shark Tank
Perched on the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay and circumscribed by the majestic Santa Cruz Mountains, San Jose is unarguably one of NoCal’s most aesthetically pleasing stomping grounds. But life in the hub of the Silicon Valley is about more than postcard-perfect vistas. A few facts about SJ life that might help make your migration easy breezy include the following:
Brains: High-tech engineering and computing conglomerates (hence, the chemical moniker “silicon”) dominate the economy as well as conversation, so brush up on your geek-speak before arriving. Also, bring your entrepreneur’s hat: San Jose witnesses more U.S. patent applications than any other American city, and the proximity of such genius-factories as Stanford and Berkeley only serves to further qualify this corridor as one of the smartest regions in the world.
Fun-ness: Sister-city San Francisco may be the City that Knows How, but when it comes to entertainment, San Jose is no slouch. Can you say… “Parks and gardens”? How about “trails”? “Festival grounds”? “Sporting events”? Shopping centers? Sidewalk-surfing hotspots? Museums? Theaters? Nightlife venues? Okay you get it: even those for whom “bored to death” is a frequent tweet aren’t likely to suffer from SJ-induced ennui. The bottom line here is to make sure you have a disposable income (and some tight pants).
Apartments: This housing market’s got its junk together. That means you ought to expect standardized options, such as lease length (6 months to a year), deposit ($350 and up, according to montly rent), pet-friendliness (small-uns, sure; big-uns, not usually), an application criteria (credit report, references, etc.; do yourself a favor and make an archive of copies of these documents to hand out at open houses).
Logistics-That-Shall-Not-Be-Named: Harry Potter XVI isn’t the only blockbuster with one of these in the cast list. One by one:
Do you need a car? Yes, unless you attend SJSU and don’t plan on leaving campus or downtown except to go to San Fran. Expect to pay for parking at an apartment complex in the downtown/SJSU areas.
What if I don’t own a car and actually enjoy looking down on all you fossil-fuel-enslaved suckas? The City of San Jose has a passable bus system and CalTrain gets you anywhere along the Bay. We hear the crowded bus platform, particularly as you heave your month’s worth of Trader Joe’s groceries onto it, is a fabulous place to practice nose-snubbing.
Is SJ “affordable”? For the nearsighted in the crowd, those are quotations. Around the word affordable. Why? Because the cost of living is relative. SJ is inexpensive compared to Beverly Hills, but expensive compared to Duluth, Minnesota. Expect to pay Northern California prices and taxes. ‘Nuff said.
How likely is an earthquake? Puh-leeease. You know the answer to that one. Earthquake-preparedness is gauged not in likelihood, but in possibility. You might need renter’s insurance, depending on the complex. You’ll certainly need a “go bag,” which contains essentials such as a headlamp or flashlight, bottled water, first-aid kit, pocket knife, local map, and other emergency items. (If you really want to get crazy, the City of San Francisco has created a helpful website with heaps more info.
A Seafarer’s Guide to South Bay Barrios
Ahoy, mateskis! In SJ, neighborhoods are like sea creatures. (Wasn’t that a line from Shrek?) Regardless, climb on into the SeaGazer 3000, our patented vehicular contraption for examining the curious sea life of the San Francisco Bay-and the worth-checking-out locales of SJ.
Behold, the mighty octopus! Downtown San Jose is a multi-faceted area, combining a studenty university feel with an urban skyline vibe. You may get inked after 3am on a weekend, but if you play nice this neighborhood will awe your friends and keep you in style. Rent range in this sector is just as eight-sided as its cultural appeal: luxury condos can start at $1500/month, but one might also find a room share in a student house for under $600/month. (It all depends on how you define “spacious.”)
Next, ladies and gents, cast your attention toward the elegant swordfish. Luna Park & Hyde Park present sophisticated alternatives to downtown residency. Commute times from these neighborhoods are as slim as the swordfish’s muzzle (and cocktail lounges as curvy as its… fins?). Heaps of townhouses and vintage buildings glut this market with 2BRs, which drives the prices down (expect around $1200/month for a 2BR townhome) if you’re into roommates. If you’re not into roommates, expect to drop $1400/month on a (luxury) single.
Perhaps the most eclectic area in SJ is Midtown. It ranges from the prickly blowfish district of Burbank to the old wealth neighborhood Willow Glen, akin to those elderly sea turtles from Finding Nemo (classic, but surfer dudes at core). If you’re keen on the scene, you’ll likely gravitate toward Burbank. That said, studios and 1BRs near Santana Row will still cost ya over $1000/month. On the other hand, if you love that polished look (check out the decorations on Lincoln Ave. at Christmastime if you need a refresher), settle in a 2BR/1BA brick townhome for between $1400 and $1800/month.
Folks love to ooh and ahh at the deepwater sea urchins. “Further out” San Jose usually means no further than Campbell, a cute, family-oriented district on the Los Gatos Creek bike path. One is more likely to purchase rather than rent in this corner of the South Bay, but young professionals can still find decent apartment living in “West SJ.” House shares run around $600-800/month and 1BRs over $1000/month. Beware that most of your neighbor urchins spend their workweek commuting to shallower waters, so finding community on Monday-Thursday might mean getting tea with the housekeepers. Watch yer fingers as we chug-a-lug back to the dock here, folks. Thanks for joining us on our brief voyage-we hope something caught your fancy. If not, strap on them flippers and snorkel about on your own. There’s no better way to find an apartment than to remember that adage your granny taught you: “Search the interwebs, silly!”
May 2021 San Jose Rent Report
Welcome to the May 2021 San Jose Rent Report. San Jose rents increased over the past month. In this report, we’ll evaluate trends in the San Jose rental market, including comparisons to cities throughout the state and nation.
San Jose rents increase sharply over the past month
San Jose rents have increased 1.7% over the past month, but are down sharply by 10.8% in comparison to the same time last year. Currently, median rents in San Jose stand at $1,792 for a one-bedroom apartment and $2,128 for a two-bedroom. This is the fourth straight month that the city has seen rent increases after a decline in December of last year. San Jose’s year-over-year rent growth lags the state average of -1.6%, as well as the national average of 2.3%.
Rents rising across cities in California
While rent decreases have been occurring in the city of San Jose over the past year, cities in the rest of the state are seeing the opposite trend. Rents have risen in 6 of the largest 10 cities in California for which we have data. The state as a whole logged rent growth of -1.6% over the past year. Here’s a look at how rents compare across some of the largest cities in the state.
Looking throughout the state, San Francisco is the most expensive of all California’s major cities, with a median two-bedroom rent of $2,496; of the 10 largest cities in California that we have data for, San Francisco, Oakland, and Los Angeles, where two-bedrooms go for $2,496, $1,931, and $2,026, respectively, are the three major cities in the state besides San Jose to see rents fall year-over-year (-19.4%, -14.0%, and -5.0%).
Fresno, Bakersfield, and Sacramento have all experienced year-over-year growth above the state average (13.2%, 9.7%, and 6.7%, respectively).
Other large cities nationwide show more affordable rents compared to San Jose
As rents have fallen sharply in San Jose, many other large cities nationwide have seen prices increase, in some cases substantially. Compared to most similar cities across the country, San Jose is less affordable for renters.
San Jose’s median two-bedroom rent of $2,128 is above the national average of $1,137. Nationwide, rents have grown by 2.3% over the past year compared to the 10.8% decline in San Jose.
While rents in San Jose fell sharply over the past year, many cities nationwide saw increases, including Atlanta (+3.0%), Miami (+2.1%), and Austin (+1.5%).
Renters will generally find more expensive prices in San Jose than most other large cities. For example, Dallas has a median 2BR rent of $1,215, where San Jose is more than one-and-a-half times that price.
Read more about our methodology.
Apartment List has released San Jose’s results from the third annual Apartment List Renter Satisfaction Survey. This survey, which drew on responses from over 45,000 renters, provides insight on what states and cities must do to meet the needs of 111 million American renters nationwide.
“San Jose renters expressed general dissatisfaction with the city overall,” according to Apartment List. “Some categories received average scores, and many received below average scores.”
Key findings in San Jose include the following:
San Jose renters gave their city a C overall.
The highest-rated categories for San Jose were weather (A) and jobs and career opportunities (B).
The areas of concern to San Jose renters are commute time and affordability, which both received F grades.
Millennial renters are very unsatisfied with their city, giving it an overall rating of F.
San Jose did comparably to other cities in California, including Sacramento and Anaheim, which both received C grades.
San Jose earned similar scores to Baltimore, MD, Albuquerque, NM and Orlando, FL, which all received C grades.
The top rated cities nationwide for renter satisfaction include Scottsdale, AZ, Irvine, CA, Boulder, CO and Ann Arbor, MI. The lowest rated cities include Tallahassee, FL, Stockton, CA, Dayton, OH, Detroit, MI and Newark, NJ.
“I love the parks and restaurants in downtown San Jose. I hate that many apartments aren’t pet-friendly and most don’t have air conditioning. It gets hot in San Jose!” – Meghan M.
“I love the diversity but hate how expensive it is to live here.” – Jessica B.
“It’s easy to get around and there are lots of things to do, but it’s not very affordable.” – Anna A.
“San Jose is still one of the safest cities to live in, but the cost of living is a joke” – Andrea H.
For more information on the survey methodology and findings or to speak to one of our researchers, please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View our national survey results here.
Prostrata Juniper Bonsai/San Jose Juniper Bonsai
They are grown in nurseries in the United States as ornamental landscape plants. In the wild they grow as a large shrub or a small tree; the maximum height one might reach in optimal growing conditions is about thirty feet. While both varieties will set seed, the standard method of propagation is by cuttings. Bonsai enthusiasts will also propagate them by layering.
Where to Get One:
Commercial plant nurseries are a good source, and most will have one and five gallon specimens. Bonsai nurseries will typically carry specimens with thick trunks in ten and fifteen gallon pots, as these junipers are fast growing and easily farmed. Because they are fast growing, a specimen with a good trunk can be had for a reasonable price. In most of the United States, you can also find large older ones in landscapes; if an owner is removing one then the opportunity to collect an “urban yamadori” may arise.
What to Do After You Get It:
If the trunk is thick enough to suit you, skip to the segment on pruning and shaping. If not, put it in a prepared growing bed in the ground, or put it in a large tub in some good bonsai soil, feed it during the growing season, and fatten it up, and it will be well on its way to becoming a bonsai.
Prostrata juniper bonsai and San Jose Juniper bonsai need a minimum of four hours of direct sunlight each day. These are not indoor trees by any stretch of the imagination, and even keeping one in the shade all the time is bad – you will get very loose and ropy foliage and the tree may turn yellow. These trees are frost tolerant and cold hardy down to near zero degrees, so unless you have really severe winters, there is no need to shelter them. However, you should protect the soil in the pot from freezing. When these junipers go into deep dormancy, the foliage will turn from the normal blue-green to a deep bronze color.
One word about soil for Juniper bonsai: Aggregate, aggregate, aggregate. More than most other varieties, these junipers like loose, free draining soil, but they also need a constant flow of nutrients because they are fast growing. In nature they will send out long roots to seek nutrition, but in a bonsai pot they are dependent on the owner to provide the right combination of drainage and feeding. The typical soil mix is 70% aggregate and 30% organic matter, but some enthusiasts will pot the tree in 100% aggregate and place a lot of organic fertilizer on top of the soil to feed the tree.
Watering and Feeding:
With a fast draining, partly organic soil mix, these trees need to be watered daily in warm weather, and every other day in cool weather. If the soil mix is 100% aggregate, they need to be watered daily all the time. You can use organic or inorganic fertilizer. Organic feeds can be fish emulsion, blood meal, bone meal, or rape seed cakes. Inorganic fertilizers typically come as either a liquid which is watered in, or time release pellets. The time release inorganic fertilizers are easiest to use – just sprinkle the right amount on top of the soil, and let the watering do the rest.
If you have a Prostrata or San Jose Juniper with dense enough branching, just cut away anything that doesn’t look like a bonsai. Okay, seriously, choose out all the likely looking branches, and cut away the unlikely ones. Take off anything from the undersides of the branches, any crossing branches, and anything growing straight up from a branch. When you prune any branch off the trunk, or anything large off a side branch, leave a stub. Wire the tree to your heart’s content, any time of year – unless you have really severe winters. Then do not wire in the fall or winter. Once you get a basic branch structure, then the fun begins – carving deadwood. Remember those branches you eliminated? Strip the bark off the stubs. A slip joint pliers works well for this. You can also run a shari down the trunk below an eliminated branch, but be careful to observe the tree’s vascular system, and do not eliminate the sap line to any living branch you want to keep.
Hoa hồng leo Eden Rose 85 (Jacques Mouchotte, Pháp – trước năm 1985) có màu kem hồng, hương thơm vừa phải. Hoa rất sai có thể cho hoa quanh năm.
– Có phải bạn đang mong muốn có một sân vườn tuyệt đẹp? – Có phải bạn đang muốn chọn loại hoa nào đó để trang trí khu vườn nhà mình? – Có phải bạn đang muốn ngôi nhà trở nên thơ mộng và lãng mạn? – Có phải bạn đang muốn nơi ở của mình có không khí luôn dễ chịu, thoải mái và đầy thư giãn?
Nếu bạn đang có những mong muốn trên, hãy ngay lập tức lựa chọn cho mình loại Hoa hồng leo để trồng ngay và liền.
Một loại hoa hồng leo mà bạn không thể không có trong khu vườn nhà bạn, đó là hoa hồng Eden Rose 85
Hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 có màu kem hồng rất đẹp
Hoa hồng Eden Rose 85
– Nguồn gốc: Hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 được tạo ra bởi Jacques Mouchotte (Pháp, trước năm 1985) và được giới thiệu tại Pháp bởi Meilland International vào năm 1985 với tên gọi ‘Pierre de Ronsard’. Hoa có màu kem hồng, hương thơm vừa phải. Khi nở hoa có từ 55 đến 60 cánh, hoa dạng cánh cúp, nở liên tục suốt mùa.
- Hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 có khả năng sinh trưởng rất tốt, kháng bệnh tốt, ít tốn công chăm sóc, cho hoa nhiều, đều đặn quanh năm.
– Hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 có thể trồng ở hàng rào trước cổng, trồng ở hàng rào sau giàn phơi hoặc trồng ở trước ban công đều đẹp… Bên cạnh đó chúng rất ít thay lá nên đỡ tốn công vệ sinh, đảm bảo không gian sống luôn sạch đẹp mỗi ngày.
Hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 khả năng sinh trưởng tốt
Giá hoa hồng Eden Rose 85: 690.000đ/chậu
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“BÍ QUYẾT TRỒNG VÀ CHĂM SÓC HOA HỒNG LEO – AI NHÌN CŨNG MÊ”
(Cẩm nang không thể thiếu để tô điểm cho khu vườn nhà bạn)
Với quyển sách này: – Bạn sẽ nắm được những kỹ thuật trồng hoa hồng leo từ căn bản đến nâng cao của các chuyên gia trồng hồng. – Bạn sẽ được khám phá những cách thức trị bệnh cho hồng như bọ trĩ, nhện đỏ vàng lá, ít ra hoa, hoa không đẹp… – Bạn sẽ được hướng dẫn từng bước Cách chăm sóc hoa hồng leo để khi nở cho hoa đẹp lộng lẫy. – Và còn nhiều những kiến thức khác chờ bạn khám phá…
Trị giá: 105.000đ
HOÀN TOÀN MIỄN PHÍ NẾU BẠN ĐẶT HÀNG NGAY BÊN DƯỚI.
Ngoài ra, bạn còn được tặng kèm
PHÂN HỮU CƠ HỖN HỢP 5 NGÀY AMI LONG - Trị giá 40.000đ/0.5kg
Phân hữu cơ hỗn hợp 5 này AMI LONG là hỗn hợp tuyệt vời từ các loại phân tự nhiên dễ hấp thu, hàm lượng dinh dưỡng cao, dùng trong việc kích thích cho cây trồng tăng trưởng, đặc biệt là hoa hồng leo. Cung cấp đa trung vi lượng cho cây trồng và thực phẩm cho các vi khuẩn có lợi. Có thể sử dụng làm phân bón trực tiếp cho đất, không hóa chất rất có lợi cho môi trường.
Trị giá: 40.000đ/0.5kg
HOÀN TOÀN MIỄN PHÍ NẾU BẠN ĐẶT HÀNG NGAY BÊN DƯỚI.
(Số lượng có hạn)
Tại sao nên chọn hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 tại Cửa hàng hồng leo cô Long
– Cửa hàng hạt giống cô Long chuyên cung cấp giống hoa hồng leo có sức sống tốt, sức kháng bệnh cao, cho hoa to, ra hoa quanh năm, có nhiều màu như: đỏ, hồng, cam… - Hỗ trợ giao hàng tận nơi trong thời gian nhanh chóng theo đúng yêu cầu của khách hàng. – Cam kết cung cấp hoa hồng leo đúng chất, không bị lai giống với mức giá tốt nhất trên thị trường. – Gốc hồng ghép khỏe của Thái, đảm bảo gốc khỏe, dễ sống với nhiều loại đất khác nhau, đảm bảo cho thân hồng ghé ra hoa sung mãn. Cây giống mang về trồng là cho hoa liền. – Tư vấn cách trồng và chăm sóc hoa hồng leo miễn phí, nhiệt tình bằng chính kinh nghiệm thực tế.
Hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 khả năng sinh trưởng cao
Hướng dẫn cách trồng và chăm sóc hoa hồng Eden Rose 85 – Cách trồng: chọn chậu có bán kính từ 50cm trở lên, chiều cao từ 30-40cm là phù hợp nhất; đất trồng có thể mua tại www.hoahongleo.net hoặc tự trộn theo công thức riêng. Trồng xong tưới nước cho đất thật ẩm, không đem ra nắng gắt ngay mà để trong mát từ từ cho cây thích nghi rồi mới đem ra ngoài trời nắng hoàn toàn. – Cách chăm sóc: tưới nước ngày 2 lần vào sáng sớm trước 8g và chiều mát từ 5-6g tối, không tưới buổi trưa nắng gắt và đêm tối, nếu tưới buổi tối thì chỉ nên cho ướt đất không để ướt là tránh lá bị ẩm ướt dễ nhiễm bệnh.
Do giống hoa hồng leo đã phát triển thành cây lớn, nên chỉ cần trồng và chăm sóc vài ngày, cây sẽ cho ra hoa.
Giá hoa hồng Eden Rose 85: 690.000đ/chậu
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ĐỂ ĐƯỢC TƯ VẤN CÁCH TRỒNG HOA HỒNG LEO HOÀN TOÀN MIỄN PHÍ
Chuyên cung cấp cây giống hoa hồng leo các loại, tư vấn nhiệt tình tận tâm
Địa chỉ: 91 đường số 8, phường Trường Thạnh, tp. Thủ Đức, Tp. Hồ Chí Minh
Mở cửa tất cả các ngày trong tuần.
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