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Garlic expert: Fertilize and weed garlic in the spring
Fertilize garlic in the spring if you want a large and healthy crop of bulbs by summer, advises Chip Bubl, garlic expert and agricultural agent at the Columbia County office of the OSU Extension Service in St. Helens.
Some vegetables require less water than others
Some vegetables, such as beans, are adapted to drought conditions at a very basic, cellular level.
This spring plant a butterfly garden
You can attract butterflies to your garden when you provide a few essentials for the stages of their lives.
Is it time to plant vegetables? Ask your soil thermometer
Is it time to plant vegetables? Ask your soil thermometer.
Native groundcovers are great for home landscapes
Try native groundcovers for home landscapes.
So many cabbages, so little time
Choose from many varieties of cabbage seeds available from garden stores and seed catalogs.
Tips for first-time gardeners
Tips help first-time gardeners get started.
Gardening tips that save money
Tips for thrifty gardening
Mushrooms can mean healthy soil
Mushrooms are the reproductive structure of fungi and can indicate healthy soil.
Help cane berries bear more fruit
Winter cane-berry chores help produce more fruit.