You’ll recognize some perennials that are good choices to clean up now because they die to the ground.
Misinformation proliferates on the internet so OSU horticulturists give the real story.
Fall is a great time to search out the perfect tree for fall color.
Bulbs often do better in pots than in the ground because pots provide better drainage, critical for their long-term survival.
Some defoliation probably resulted from the heavy smoke created by Oregon's wildfires.
It’s time again to slug it out with one of the gardener’s most familiar, frustrating and certainly slimiest pests.
Apples and pears have different characteristics when it comes to harvest.
Wildfires can be unsafe when it lands on unharvested produce.
August and September are good time to whip your lawn back into shape, but starting over usually isn’t necessary.
It's not time yet, but pretty soon you'll be harvesting pumpkins and squash and will need to store them correctly for long life.
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