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Lemon tree

Doug’s mailbag: Lemon tree, Knockout roses, soil repair and more

Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster answers questions about a lemon tree, Knockout roses, soil repair and more.

Morgan Livingston is agricultural innovations manager at the Greater Washington County Food Bank. She looks over the raised beds at the garden behind the food bank. Over 450 pounds of produce came out of the garden for clients.

Food bank garden helps the hungry, shipping container project will feed more

Food bank garden helps the hungry, shipping container project will feed more

In the Garden: Critter proof crocus, putting the garden to bed and a special gift

Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster is pulling out tomato cages, but also showing what stays untouched in the garden when putting it to bed. He’s got a great tip to stop chipmunks from nibbling on crocus bulbs and shows off a very special gift for the garden.

Tomatoes

New Gardener: Tomatoes still growing strong and planning for the fall

Tomatoes are still going strong in October for the New Gardener, and it’s time to start planning for the fall, but warm weather is causing some delays.

Butterfly weed

Doug’s mailbag: Butterfly weed, tomato seeds, rose bushes and more

Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster answers questions about butterfly weed, saving tomato seeds, winterizing rose bushes and more in this week’s mailbag.

Doug to emcee Change of Heart Gala Saturday Oct. 13, 2018

See Doug at the Change of Heart Gala

Dan Tomcik shows off his harvest of garlic he inherited from Dennis Gilkey.

Garlic gift inspires young gardener

A gift of garlic inspires a young gardener to carry on a planting legacy.

In the Garden: Rare daffodils, planting garlic and thinning turnip greens

Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster has is planting rare daffodils from Joe Hamm’s Daffodil Hortus. He’s also working under the dark of the moon, but in daylight to plant garlic cloves. Then Oster is thinning ‘Seven Top’ turnip greens and enjoying the microgreens in a salad.

Roses

Doug’s mailbag: Roses, Japanese beetles, planting garlic and more

Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster answers questions about regrowing roses, treating Japanese beetles, planting garlic and more.

Wooly bear caterpillars are said to predict the severity of winter. Photo by Doug Oster

Woolly bear caterpillar says hard winter or mild!

Can woolly bear caterpillars predict the severity of winter?

Artillery Fungus

Doug’s mailbag: Artillery fungus, heliotropes, crown gall and more

Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster answers questions about mysterious spots, moving a heliotrope, treating crown gall and more.

An inmate looks over the garden at SCI Cambridge Springs.

Garlic donation helps garden at women’s prison

A garlic donation will help out the inmates who care for a garden at the minimum security women’s prison SCI Cambridge Springs in Crawford County.

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