Understanding terms associated with seeds will help you pinpoint which selections best serve specific gardens and practices.
Birds eat berries in winter for food to give them the energy they need to survive the prolonged stress of cold and wet weather.
Before planting one, people should realize the effort involved in keeping them in bounds.
Applying dormant sprays – Superior oil, copper and sulfur – helps control nasty pests and diseases like codling moths and apple scab.
Add a fire and a cup of tea and relax with one of these 11 books recommended by Oregon State University Extension Service horticulturists.
Colorful African violets, gloxinia, cyclamen, orchids, ornamental peppers and Christmas cactus are blooming and readily available.
Because of the pandemic tree farms have had to change the way they work.
OregonFlora, an Oregon State University-based organization devoted to the state’s plants, has launched a revamped website that makes its database of over 4,700 plant species that grow in the wild in Oregon more broadly accessible.
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.
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