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Eat from the garden all year
Cloches allow you to eat fresh out of the garden all year.
Stumped over which succulent to grow? Go native
Stumped over which succulent to grow in your garden? Go native, says an Oregon State University horticulturist.
How to choose and grow the best varieties of small fruits
Are you baffled by the sheer number of varieties of small fruits offered at local nurseries and in mail-order catalogs?
Plant conifer trees right
Tips to improve conifer planting success
Holiday food safety can prevent foodborne illness
Tips for preventing foodborne illness
A garden journal provides a year-to-year record
A garden journal can help a gardener plan from year to year by jogging the memory about what, when and where seeds and plants were grown.
How to grow currants and gooseberries for jams and pies
Currants and gooseberries make great jams and pies
Early winter cold may be tough on rhodies and azaleas
Recent cold temperatures have been shocking to some trees and shrubs.
Freezing winter weather takes toll on home landscape plants
Large temperature fluctuations between warm and cold cause more damage than a long period of consistent cold.
Some plants make natural antifreeze to cope with winter’s wrath
OSU plant physiologist Les Fuchigami explains plants’ evolved strategies for surviving freezing temperatures.