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Make holiday decorations from plants in your garden
Intertwined organic materials such as grapevines, evergreen boughs and berries make natural-looking wreaths, swags, garlands and centerpieces.
Shred autumn leaves for compost piles and garden beds
Fallen leaves will break down much more quickly if you chop them into tinier pieces.
How to successfully replant riparian areas
Riparian areas that are damaged can be replanted. Six manageable steps are detailed in a comprehensive OSU guide.
Purple-leaf grape vine is an alternative to invasives
Purple leaf grape is a deep reddish purple. Its ornamental features and use as a climber or groundcover, make up for the lack of fruit flavor.
'Growing Farms' planning book is available to public
People can use the book to process information, record their ideas and work through whole-farm planning.
Build a compost worm bin to enrich soil and recycle waste
A new 13-page booklet from OSU Extension tells how to do worm composting in a process called vermicomposting.
Wild strawberry plants can cover a lot of ground
Here's a groundcover that is native to Oregon and doesn't require much water.
Mature green tomatoes can ripen off the vine
A tomato is nearing maturity when it has a light green, almost translucent, appearance.
Sign up now to become an OSU Master Gardener!
You are invited to join more than 4,000 Oregonians who have become OSU Master Gardeners, expert gardeners who share what they learn with their communities.
Gardeners can help control the great escape
Gardeners can guard against and eliminate invasive plants, according to the new OSU publication "Invasive Species: What Gardeners Need to Know."