In the Garden: Fall Vegetables

EUGENE, Ore. — You might think it’s time to put your garden to bed soon, with all the great summer vegetables you’re harvesting. But don’t do that just yet. In this week’s In the Garden, we show you what veggies to plant for fall.

In the Garden: Fall Planters

EUGENE, Ore. — Some of your summer flowers might be done for the season, so now’s a good time to update your pots with beautiful fall flowers. KEZI 9 News Anchor Sean Cuellar shows us how in this week’s In the Garden.

In the Garden: Berry Preps

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s summertime, and now’s the time you’re enjoying your raspberries, your blackberries, but it’s also time to start thinking about next year’s crop. You need to get your gloves and your pruners out because raspberries and blackberries actually grow by suckers. So if you don’t prune them, they’re just going to take … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Honey Bees

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s August, and this month we celebrate honey bees. August 16th is National Honey Bee Day. It’s a great time to remember to issues honey bees face. Obviously, the news of misused pesticides is one, but there are also other challenges that they face. There are viruses and diseases that are being … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Deadheading 101

EUGENE, Ore. — Your summertime flowers might be losing their luster, but there is a quick fix right in our gardens. Deadheading is an easy way to get rid of that old, ugly, faded flower and give the plant some more energy to put some new beautiful blooms on. So you’re going to definitely need … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Garden Pests

EUGENE, Ore. — For all the wonderful things you can find in the garden, there can be a few irritants–the ones responsible for the damaged leaves. Click on the video to learn some quick and easy ways to take care of those garden pests.

In the Garden: Deer-Resistant Plants

EUGENE, Ore. — Tired of the deer munching on your hard work in the garden? Well, there are some plants that can survive a close encounter with wildlife. For herb lovers, there’s rosemary and lavender. And for folks that like those bright summer colors, try echinacea, rudbeckia and gaillardia. Some people like to have something … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Watering Your Plants

EUGENE, Ore. — True or false? There is a right way to water your garden. The answer: true. Water in the morning. It gives the plant all day, especially on those hot days, to soak up that moisture and really put it to good use. Watering in the evening isn’t so great. Leaves get wet … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Mid-Summer Garden

EUGENE, Ore. — Even though it’s July, it’s not too late to plant in your garden. You can pretty much plant all your herbs. So lavender, rosemary, sage, basil, lemon verbena–the list goes on and on. Feel free to plant those throughout the summer. You could also plant fruits, like apple and fig trees. Just … Continue reading »

In the Garden: Trees and Shrubs

EUGENE, Ore. — In the garden we often talk about flowers and vegetables, but there are other plants–shrubs, trees and bushes. Trees and shrubs are definitely a lot bigger than your starts that you buy, and so you want to make sure that you get them planted properly. First, take a look at the size … Continue reading »

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