Enjoy gardening? Want to share your knowledge with others? Become an Oldham County Master Gardener! 2017 Master Gardener classes are forming now.
Recent news for Oldham County agriculture-based clubs includes meeting notes from Oldham County Cattlemen, new Oldham County Cattlemen officers, and 4-H fundraiser by Green Thumbs Garden Club and Oldham County Master Gardeners.
Home to over 2500 plant species, Kentucky is a veritable wildflower garden. Kentucky native spring flowers include bloodroot, spring beauty, and Virginia bluebells.
A few simple adjustments can help make gardening easier, allowing you to continue enjoying your gardening hobby as you age.
Maximize vegetable garden produce by planning your garden early. Look forward to your vegetable garden. KY Vegetable Garden guide available.
Home to over 2500 plant species, Kentucky is a veritable wildflower garden. Kentucky native fall flowers include aster, goldenrod, and ironweed.
Often we plan a landscape without thinking about the needs of plants or how they grow. Learning about the plants in your landscape will improve your chance for success and reduce the maintenance required to keep it looking good.
Use Integrated Pest Management techniques to help improve the quality of your garden and home-grown vegetables.
Hydrangeas flower June through August in large white, pink, or blue panicles, or clusters. Four species are common in Kentucky -- Big Leaf Hydrangea, Smooth Hydrangea, Panicle Hydrangea, and Oak Leaf Hydrangea -- and will do well in your landscape.
Bacterial wilt is carried and transmitted by cucumber beetles as they feed on plants. Bacterial wilt produces a sticky sap-like substance inside plants. This clogs the vascular system, causing plants to wilt and ultimately die.