Flowers, Shrubs, and Trees
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Dec 2018Could you offer some proven winners that have succeeded in Bend's climate/conditions? These could be fruit trees, fruiting vines, hardy plants, or shrubs. Any named varieties that have been particularly successful? Edibility is a big factor (i.e., while many Sorbus sp. are planted here, they appear to be strictly ornamental with awful-tasting fruit).
Aug 2018OSU Master Gardener volunteers manage three gardens during the growing season. The OSU Demonstration Garden located in Redmond, Hollinshead Community Garden and Northwest Crossing both located in Bend. Read more here...
Aug 2018A list of local nurseries, their plant specialties, and contact information.
Nov 2005A fact-sheet including sufficient windbreaks in Central Oregon. Three of the groups consist of Deciduous Trees, Evergreen Trees, and Shrubs.
Jan 2009Now that the temperatures are cooling off, or shall I say cold, it is time to put your perennials to bed for the winter. For the most part, perennials will overwinter here just fine by following these simple steps.
Aug 2009Purchasing, site selection, when to plant, preparing the site, and follow-up care.
Jun 2018A page consisting of publications for landscape plants of Central Oregon.
Jun 2018This guide is intentionally limited to grasses commonly found in Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson counties. It does not begin to include all the grasses in Central Oregon and it does not include the sedges or rushes.
Feb 2017This publication outlines innovative conservation techniques and plant resources for water-wise gardening (also known as xeriscaping) in Central Oregon. It demonstrates how you can have a colorful and beautiful landscape while conserving water and saving time, energy, and money.