Gardening season is here. As we become more involved in our landscapes and gardens, we need to be watchful of the possible hazards we might encounter.
Winter is a time of stress on the landscape plants. Extra care during the winter will protect plants in the landscape, and they will recover looking their best.
Fall in a beautiful but messy time in Kentucky. How you handle yard waste impacts your garden and our environment.
Horticulture Assistant Michael Boice offers summer gardening advice on vegetable gardening, container gardening, mulching, house plants, summer weed control, and more.
Proper pruning can improve the health and attractiveness of your landscape. Different trees and shrubs have different pruning requirements.
Oddly shaped, funny smelling alien life form arising from the soil. These oddities of nature are puffballs, fungi that appear in late summer and early fall.
Landscape questions? Kentucky Extension might have a landscape publication to help! New and updated landscape publications available online. Contact us about pond weeds.
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.
Nature is always throwing something new at us, so why not be prepared? The Oldham County Cooperative Extension Service, Oldham County Watershed Coordinator, and the Kentucky Waterways Alliance would like to teach you how to take advantage of what comes our way in a free workshop.