As the days get shorter and darker it can sometimes be difficult to remember sunnier times, but there’s still a lot happening out there. Find out how to stay active this month with our December garden calendar.
You’re also not going to want to miss our upcoming Master GardenerTM webinar on conserving fruits and nuts, our interview with retired horticulturist Neil Bell, or our publication on what trees and shrubs are blooming right now.
Conservation of fruit, nut and speciality crops – Master Gardener Speaker Series
Kim Hummer, research horticulturist with the USDA National germplasm repository, will discuss how gene bank repositories preserve genetic diversity of traditional crop varieties and their wild species. Register here.
For a hedge, arborvitae has a place. It’s tall, skinny, evergreen, low maintenance and cheap. “Some people look down on arborvitae, but it fits in places that other things can’t,” said Neil Bell, a retired horticulturist for OSU Extension Service. Read on.