Scott’s Garden: Increasing Growing Space

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 »

Scott’s Garden: Companion Gardening

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.

Scott’s Garden: A Different Way To Plant Tomatoes

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.

Scott’s Garden: Dirt Temperature

Gardens need several things to be successful, the most basic of which is dirt. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is out in Scott’s Garden to tell us more about the importance of soil temperature.

Scott’s Garden: Onion

As you’re considering what to plant in the garden this year, OSU Master Gardener Gwen Evans has tips for growing onions There are many different types of onions; some are easier to grow than others. Video above takes a look at the different types of onions and which ones grow best in our area.

Scott’s Garden: Seedlings

Once you have the seeds planted, there are a few simple steps that will ensure success. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis, with OSU Master Gardener Don Shaffer, show us just how easy it is.

Scott’s Garden: The Beginning of the Season

The calendar says its springtime! So, it’s time to start visiting Scott’s Garden. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is out in Scott’s Garden with OSU Master Gardener Mary Foster to tell us more about what we will see this season and the benefits of growing our own food.

Scott’s Garden: Micro-greens

October 27, 2011 By KDRV Staff MEDFORD, Ore. — The temperatures are below freezing overnight so that means it’s time to bring the garden inside. Chief Meteorologist Scott Lewis is out in the garden with OSU Master Gardener Mary Foster to tell us more about micro-greens. You can bring micro-greens into your home by using … Continue reading »

Scott’s Garden: Extending Into Cooler Weather

October 25, 2011 MEDFORD, Ore. — Last night’s freeze is one clue our growing season is coming to an end. That is, at least for conventional gardens. There are a few gardeners who are actually able to continue growing plants, outside, even in the thick of winter. Scott was out in the garden with an … Continue reading »

Scott’s Garden: Squash

October 20, 2011 By KDRV Staff MEDFORD, Ore. — Gardeners are doing their fall harvest and enjoying their hard work. One of the big challenges is to know when certain fruits and vegetables are ready to pick. Squash is easy to grow but it’s not always easy to know when to harvest. Scott spoke with … Continue reading »

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