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In the Garden: Out of Control Plants

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Medford, Ore. — If you’re green thumb is working a little too well and some of your plants are growing out of control, you’ll have to downsize.

To fix the problem you can reduce the size of the mother plant by removing a portion of the offspring.  If you remove the complete plant, including the roots, you can replant it in another spot.

For more information on how to do this, watch this ‘In the Garden’ segment.

You can also contact the OSU Master Gardener near you.

Jackson County - (541) 776-7371

Josephine County - (541) 476-6613

Klamath County - (541) 883-7131

Coos County - (541) 572-5263

Douglas County - (541) 672-4461