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What Has Your Garden Been Doing Lately?
Owen Dell | June 14, 2019

Even if your garden is small, it’s helping to regulate the climate.

Choose the right plants for your site
Heath Keirstead | January 10, 2019

Whether you have sun or shade, clay or sandy soil, you want to choose the right plants for your site.

Red-osier Dogwood
Lisa Millbank | November 22, 2016

Not only is Red-Osier Dogwood valuable to wildlife, it’s been used by native peoples across North America.

A Garden Plan for Butterflies
Jenny Brausch | November 14, 2016

We offer you a butterfly garden design to get your creative juices flowing.

Great Camas
Planting Tips for Native Bulbs
Jenny Brausch | August 31, 2016

Once you get home with a bagful of hard-to-find native bulbs, what should you do? This post will help you in your site selection, soil preparation, and bulb placement.

Pacific Dogwood
Sarah Uebel | January 29, 2016

One of my favorite local sites in the spring is the blooming pacific dogwood trees as I drive over the Lewisburg Saddle.

Tiger Lily Flower
Tiger Lily- garden jewel of the Northwest
Sarah Uebel | January 28, 2016

Tiger lilies are so showy, it’s hard to believe they are native wildflowers.

Plant some Oregon sunshine!
Sarah Uebel | January 27, 2016

Oregon sunshine is loved by gardeners and pollinators alike. It’s easy to see why.

Bee pollinating a camas flower near the Willamette River. © M. Evelyn
Camas: culturally signficant and beautiful
Crystal Durbecq | January 26, 2016

If you don’t already have camas in your yard, here are some reasons why you should.

mock orange flower
Plant Native Shrubs in Your Landscape!
Sarah Uebel | January 26, 2016

Describes some of the shrubs you need and the reasons why.

dusky pink showy milkweed flowers
Plant a Patch of Milkweed!
Heath Keirstead | January 13, 2016

Are you considering planting milkweed to save the monarchs? Milkweed has beautifully intricate, dusky-rose flowers and it’s the larval host for the monarch butterfly. The abundant nectar of milkweed flowers attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, honey bees, native bees, and other beneficial insects. Now are you considering planting milkweed to save the monarchs? BUT- planting ONE showy

Native Bumble Bees – Important Pollinators in the Willamette Valley
Jamie Powell | December 16, 2015

Bumble bees are some of the primary pollinator insects in the Pacific Northwest, and they are especially important for native plant pollination.

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