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How to get rid of moss in your lawn
With the rainy season in full swing, it's time to count yourself in one of two camps: You either love or hate the moss that invades Pacific Northwest lawns.
Eight ways to protect your garden from ice and cold
Ross Penhallegon, a horticulturist with the Oregon State University Extension Service, advises several ways to protect your landscape from frigid conditions.
Blueberry tree could prove useful novelty for gardeners
Gardeners who like to experiment with unique plants will want to keep an eye out in a few years for a blueberry tree created by Oregon State University.
O Christmas Tree: Choosing beyond Douglas- and Noble firs
Choosing the perfect Christmas tree is often a very personal experience.
Now's the time to plant these six spring-flowering bulbs
It's not too late in western Oregon to plant spring-flowering bulbs that will infuse color once the gray days of winter retreat.
Checklist for putting your garden to bed for winter
The glistening cold of the Willamette Valley's first frost has ushered in the right time to clean up the garden.
Start planning next summer's salsa garden now
If the thought of green chile salsa makes your mouth water, consider designing a salsa garden for next summer.
Ten questions to ask to diagnose a plant problem
You may immediately want to know "What's wrong with my plant?" when your tomatoes or azaleas appear wan. But don't stop there.
Three solutions to common compost problems
As you recycle autumn leaves into compost this fall, consider the science that transforms waste into "black gold" for your soil.
Coastal gardening brings challenges and rewards
Gardening on the often-extreme Oregon coast might seem intimidating and risky. But Carla Albright, a Master Gardener trained by the Oregon State University Extension Service who lives just north of Tillamook, wants to reassure you that it is possible to grow a wonderful garden — even if you live next door to the wild Pacific.