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Plant in spring for summer and fall color with water wise flowering perennials
Grow these water-efficient summer and fall-blooming perennials.
How to prevent rose diseases
The same conditions that favor roses also favor their diseases.
For the biggest onions, plant early
Spring is time to plant summer onions and summer is time to plant overwintering onions.
Turn weedy, boring curb strip into low maintenance flower bed
Your curbstrip – the area between the street curb and the sidewalk, might be a great place to develop a low-maintenance, low-water perennial flower garden this spring.
How to start garden seeds indoors
It is time to prepare to start seeds indoors.
How are hybrid and open-pollinated vegetables different?
Many home gardeners may wonder what hybrids are, as they shop for seeds and vegetable starts in the spring.
Bumblebees are important pollinators in gardens
Bumblebees play a crucial role in pollinating native plants, gardens and crops.
Recommended vegetable varieties for 2008
The OSU Extension Service recommends these varieties of vegetables (and melons) for home gardens in 2008.
Go through leftover garden seeds
If garden seeds are kept dry and cool, they last longer than in warmer and more humid conditions.
Less toxic iron phosphate slug bait proves effective
OSU research indicates that the less toxic iron phosphate containing slug baits are as effective as those with metaldehyde.