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With Winter Solstice and the holidays over and the days beginning to lengthen, your inbox and mailbox may be overflowing with yard, garden, and seed catalogues. The gardener inside of each of us … more
Making the first cut on a batch of out-of-control grapevines can be stressful. Where to start, how much to cut and what pruning techniques to use are all important topics to understand before taking … more
Clark County’s Master Composter Recycler program is offering a free training this winter for people interested in becoming involved with the program. Anyone interested in composting and recycling … more
  The Washington State University Master Gardeners Cowlitz County Extension is back in swing and holding a slew of online homesteading events in the upcoming weeks. All programs are free and … more
On Saturday, Jan. 23, Pacific Northwest Gardeners can log into Zoom and learn all about the basics of blueberry care. From when to prune to how much, the Washington State Master Gardeners will teach … more
I am a Deodar Cedar and my scientific name is “Cedrus deodora.” I am about 150 years old. My history is a little sketchy, but I may have been carried to the USA as a seedling, about 1880. This … more
It’s not difficult to miss the crusty, gray colored growths that are now seen on many of our deciduous trees and shrubs. These growths are actually primitive plants called lichens. Some even … more
If you have noticed wilted, yellowing foliage in the upper crowns of your birch trees, accompanied by a dieback of branches, your trees may be infested by the bronze birch borer (BBB). This … more
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