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OSU Extension Service releases a new publication on the best vegetables to grow in western Oregon gardens.
By Kym Pokorny
Add colorful shrubs to the palette of plants you use to give color and texture to the landscape.
Using a thermometer to monitor the soil takes the guess work out of when to plant vegetables.
Certain plants placed side by side can help you avoid problems in the garden.
Wood ash has 13 essential minerals that plants need, but don't overdo it.
About 500 -- perhaps more -- native bees make Oregon their home. Gardens are important habitat for these important pollinators.