Oregonlive.com gardening blogger Kym Pokorny has musings on borderline hardy plants, how the current weather may affect them, and what gardeners may do if these plants don’t survive this year. She includes paraphrased comments from Cistus Nursery owner Sean Hogan.
From a gardener’s point of view.
What’s one of the best investments you can make in your home? If you’re a member of our target audience, you probably know the answer. As it turns out, Portland-based personal finance blogger J.D. Roth and his wife, Kris, (both college classmates of mine) know it as well, and yesterday, Kris shared a wealth of […]
That’s right. Edible yard — as in fruit trees, berry shrubs, vegetable starts and the like. We’ve been hearing for a while now that edibles are the hot and happening thing, and the Capital Press (Salem, Ore.) is the latest to report on it: “My clients are asking for edible plants,” landscape designer Liz Frances […]
The United Fresh Produce Association has a new survey out, and although nurseries are mentioned nowhere in it, it still should be of great interest to retail and wholesale growers. The survey talks about consumer perceptions of fresh produce. It found that 90 percent of consumers are concerned about the safety of said produce, and […]
Although Digger magazine is primarily for wholesale growers, retailers and others in the nursery industry, we do have a significant audience among home gardeners and hobbyists who appreciate good information on plants. This post is for you. Oregon State University Extension Service has just released the latest edition of its Northwest Gardeners eNews, and it […]