When you head to the local garden center, there are a few things to keep in mind when picking out which plants to purchase. OSU Master Gardener Janet Rodkey some tips for selecting plants.
Grape vines are starting to fill in and as we wait for the fruit to mature, there are some important things you should do to protect your crop. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is out in the garden with OSU Master Gardener Stela Balint to tell us more about summer care of grapes. OSU Master Gardeners … Continue reading »
It’s getting pretty late in the season to plant many items in the garden, but it’s not too late for everything. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis and OSU Master Gardener Drew Matthews can tell us more about what you can still plant and what you need to do first. OSU Master Gardeners Hotlines Jackson County: 541-776-7371 … Continue reading »
Gardens are starting to get a lot of foliage and on some plants berries and blossoms, and all that new growth can attract bugs. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is out in Scott’s Garden with Drew Matthews from the Grange Co-op to tell us more about ways to get rid of common pests. OSU Master … Continue reading »
A garden needs more than just fruits and flowers. OSU Master Gardener Stela Balint talks about the importance of growing shady plants. OSU Master Gardeners Hotlines Jackson County: 541-776-7371 Josephine County: 541-476-6613 Klamath County: 541-883-7131 Curry County: 541-247-6672
May 15, 2012 The mild temperatures and intermittent showers of the last few weeks have brought us ideal conditions for starting our vegetable beds and planting new lawns. Unfortunately, it has also been perfect conditions for unwanted bugs. OSU Master Gardener Patrick Marcus tells us about parasitic nematodes and how they can be beneficial to … Continue reading »
Getting your garden ready for the summer requires more than just adding a bag of dirt to the bed. As you prep your garden space, you might notice existing beds have low soil levels. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is in the garden with OSU Master Gardener Virginia Brown, and can tell us more about soil … Continue reading »
As you decided what to plant this summer, you don’t have to be limited by last year’s growing area. Those who have had gardening success in the past might be encouraged to branch out and increase growing space. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is out in the garden with OSU Master Gardener Rhianna Simes to tell … Continue reading »
As you’re gearing up to garden, you’ll soon have to decide exactly what to plant. Some plants need a “companion”, while others could have negative effects if they’re planted too close together. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis and OSU Master Gardener Jane Moyer tell us more about companion gardening in video above.
Tomatoes are a favorite of both serious gardeners and backyard growers. They grow best in warmer soil, which is the top few inches. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is out in the garden with OSU Master Gardener Jane Moyer to tell us more about a different way of planting tomatoes to ensure success.