Gardening Techniques

2018 High Desert Garden Tour

Announcement

Join us for the High Desert Garden Tour on Saturday, July 21st in Bend. Ticket books will be available at the following locations on July 6th: Moonfire and Sun Garden Center, OSU Extension Service (Crook and Deschutes County offices), Schultz Farm and Garden, Shoe Inn, Strictly Organic Coffee Company, Whistle Stop Farm & Flowers, WinterCreek Restoration & Nursery and Worthy Brewing Company.

June-Aug 2018 SOREC-Classes-Jackson County Extension

Announcement

Look and see what classes we offer this summer at Southern Oregon Research & Extension!

Registration open for Master Gardener statewide conference.

Announcement

Registration is open for Master Gardener statewide conference.
View of the LBCC Veterans Garden

LBCC Veterans Garden Class: Growing Culinary Herbs

Announcement

Join Brooke Edmunds from OSU Extension at the LBCC Veterans Garden to learn how to grow your own culinary herbs! This hands-on demonstration will cover planting methods and care of popular herbs like parsley, sage, basil, chives, and more.

Monthly Garden Calendars

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Produced by OSU Extension, each month provides reminders of key garden chores, such as fertilizing, pest control, planting, and maintenance.
Fern in landscape

Landscaping with Pacific Northwest Native Plants: Fact Sheets

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Pacific Northwest native plants can be used for a wide variety of landscape situations, including WaterWise gardens and borders.

By Linda McMahan

Red flowering currant

Native plants for Yamhill County

Article

Information about various plants native to Yamhill County.

By Linda McMahan

Douglas iris ( Iris douglasii ) in a garden setting

PNW native plants for the sunny border

Article

Recommendations for planting native plants in sunny areas.

By Linda McMahan

Western mock orange ( Philadelphus lewisii )

PNW native plants for the woodland garden

Article

Recommended plants for a woodland garden in the Pacific Northwest.

By Linda McMahan

Coastal strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis)

PNW Incorporating native plants into your water-wise landscapes

Article

Information on how to incorporate native plants in a landscape while conserving water and being mindful of the health of the watershed.

By Linda McMahan

City of Newberg WaterWise Garden Tour

Presentation

A pictorial tour of the Newberg WaterWise Garden.
maidenhair fern on streambank

Streamside Gardening

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Your streamside is part of a larger system of plants and animals that live near and within the stream itself.

Streamside plan #3, Gradual Slope - Wet

Fact Sheet

A design for gardens near streamsides with gradually sloped banks and wet soils.

Streamside plan #2, Average Slope - mixed wet/dry

Fact Sheet

A design for gardens near streamsides with average sloped banks and mixed wet and dry soils.