EUGENE, Ore. — With fall approaching, it’s the perfect time to pick out some unique plants for your garden. Caleb Johnson at Johnson Brothers Greenhouses shows us some evergreens that will make your garden stand out. Those plants include bamboo, daphne rosemary, Elijah blue and pyracantha.
EUGENE, Ore. — Container gardening is a lot of fun, and you can grow more things than you think in a container. It’s also great if you don’t have much space and want to bring a little nature to a storefront, patio, or a deck. Some plants that grow well in containers are raspberry shortcake, … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Bees can be a great help when it comes to growing your garden. Caleb Johnson from Johnson Brothers Greenhouses shows us some easy ways to keep you garden buzzing.
EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been a pretty hot summer, which means your plants need lots of water. Caleb Johnson from Johnson Brothers Greenhouses shows the right way to water your plants in the garden. Click on the video above to watch his tips and tricks for watering plants.
EUGENE, Ore. — In order to keep your plants in top shape, you need to prune them now and then. Caleb from Johnson Brothers Greenhouses shows how you can prune like a pro.
EUGENE, Ore. — If you like your garden to be low-maintenance, there are some easy plants you can add. Click on the video above to learn about bush roses, hostas and zinnias. And if you want some extra help planting roses, you can attend a free workshop. It happens Saturday, June 16 at 2 p.m. … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Interest in backyard beekeeping is growing. More urban farmers are setting up hives, benefiting from bees pollinating plants and flowers plus the honey. If anyone is interested in becoming a backyard beekeeper, they can attend Glorybee Foods’ 38th Annual Bee Weekend. Alan Turnaski, Vice President of Glorybee, join KEZI 9 News live … Continue reading »
EUGENE, Ore. — Along with warmer weather and spring flowers come the honey bees. An effort is under way in Eugene to provide them with a healthy environment. The honey bees are buzzing, and in one Eugene neighborhood they’re thriving, thanks to the neighbors like Beth Little. There’s a bee hive is in her yard. … Continue reading »