A practical guide to gardening in Oregon, featuring vegetable varieties, planting dates, insect control, soil preparation, and more.
Using sustainable and research-based techniques, learn how to grow your own vegetables, connect with other gardeners, or use Ask an Expert to seek gardening advice. Watch a video about the OSU Master Gardener program in Newport, Oregon.
Midsummer plantings of beets, bush beans, carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, kale, and peas will provide fall and winter crops.
Mound soil up around base of potatoes. Gather and eat a few "new" potatoes from each hill, when plants begin to flower.
Late July: Begin to monitor for early and late blight on tomatoes.
View the July garden calendar...
Learn the art and science of growing and caring for plants, and even become a Master Gardener, through this two-option online course.
Plant an economical and environmentally friendly and garden with the help of the WaterWise Gardening online course series.
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