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The Nursery at Your Local Grange Co-op

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Whether you’re looking for vegetable and herb starts, annuals and perennials, or shrubs and trees, you’ll find a wide selection of hardy, high quality live plants at your local Grange Co-op nursery. We take pride in being your source for dozens of the most popular, sought-after varieties for southern Oregon gardens and landscaping. Our nursery […]

October 1, 2016View Post
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Family Gardening

Lawn and Garden

Family gardening reaps a host of benefits, but the bottom line is that it’s a lot of fun. You’re getting outside, spending family time together and creating memories, working towards common goals, and learning communication, responsibility, patience, and the cycle of life firsthand. Family gardening not only teaches your kids, but it also teaches you […]

March 1, 2016View Post
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Preventing frost damage in your garden

Lawn and Garden

You’ve worked hard to cultivate plants around your home and in your garden, so don’t let a one-night frost sabotage your efforts. Get your plants prepared for potential frost and breathe easier when the nighttime temperatures drop. What is frost? Dew forms on plants from the moisture in the air, and freezing temperatures turn that […]

February 29, 2016View Post
Choosing the Right Tomato

Choosing the Right Tomato

Lawn and Garden

Kraig Rucker of Grange Co-op explains how to choose the best tomato for your spring planting, with important tips on care and achieving the best results.

February 28, 2016View Post
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Establishing a New Lawn

Lawn and Garden

Determine the composition of the soil in the top 10 to 12 inches. Will water be able to penetrate the soil easily? Soil that is so tight that water cannot penetrate easily should have a light textured top soil or a great deal of humus added. The material should be incorporated to a depth of […]

February 26, 2016View Post
Perennials for Difficult Places

Perennials for Difficult Places

Lawn and Garden

You can successfully grow perennials in nearly every gardening situation, but the key is matching the right plant to the right place. Even the most difficult “problem” areas can become beautiful opportunities, with proper selection. Use these lists as a starting point to develop your own solutions for some of the most commonly-encountered difficult areas. […]

February 24, 2016View Post
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So, what is it with Mulching?

Lawn and Garden

by Kathleen Rieman “So, tell me, what is it with mulching?” a good gardening friend, a ‘sister in the soil,’ Shari, asked me recently, as we were planting a second crop of salad greens in the 85° that had given us an early May, Rogue Valley warm up. “Every garden article I read, every nursery […]

February 23, 2016View Post
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The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

Home and Living

Since 2010 there has been an increasing amount of news and media attention given to a relatively new pest in crop production, home gardening and home maintenance – a true “bug” named the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, (Halyomorpha halys, family Pentatomidae).  This stinky bug, also known as BMSB, was introduced accidentally into the Mid-Atlantic States […]

February 22, 2016View Post
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Butterfly Garden Plants

Lawn and Garden

Butterflies capture the attention and inspire the imagination of both young and old. Inviting these natural beauties into your garden is as easy as choosing the right plants and providing a few other creature comforts that butterflies require to flourish in a single location. First, learn which butterfly species are native to our region. There are […]

February 21, 2016View Post

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