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Master Gardeners share some growing basics on lavender.
Gosh, it sure has been dry this year; I can’t remember when we last had a good rain. We must be in a drought!
Master Gardeners share tips for your garden in July.
Whether you have a small yard or acres that stretch toward the horizon, your use of pesticides impacts the environment and others in your community.
Karen Palmer introduces us to beneficial bugs for your garden.
Master Gardeners share tips for your garden this June.
A common first reaction to leaf-eating evidence that offers a common answer: insect defoliators.
When deer are not so dear to the home garden there are a few control measures to consider.
A silver streak of slime, on or near your plants, is a dead give-away that you have a very much alive slug eating its way through your garden.
Strawberries grow well in the Pacific Northwest. For a bumper crop (and enough strawberries for smoothies, shortcake, fresh eating and more), follow these simple steps.
Blueberries do extremely well in our climate and can remain productive for 50-100 years.