Garden of the Month

Garden of the Month

Garden of the Month: Ornamental grasses do well in heat and drought

Garden of the Month: Elizabeth and Gerard Boulanger’s gorgeous front yard at 453 Tucker St. is a great example and is the Ashland Garden Club’s Garden of the Month for September 2022, the last of this year. It requires only a modest amount of water to put on a beautiful show year-round.

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Columnists

Garden of the Month: Kestrel Parkway garden

Jill Weston’s lovely garden at 994 Kestral Parkway is the Ashland Garden Club’s Garden of the Month for August 2022. She has been gardening here for about three years, starting from the nearly blank slate of bare dirt and dead trees of a previously neglected property.

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Columnists

Garden of the Month: Beautiful, but easy to keep up

Kim Larson and David Minter’s garden at 128 E Nevada St., the Ashland Garden Club’s Garden of the Month for July, has come a long way from when it was almost entirely huge juniper bushes in front and a large concrete pad with a laundry line and hedge in back.

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Columnists

Garden of the Month: A Walker Street retreat

Lorraine Vail’s and Ed Smith’s garden at 780 Walker St. is the Ashland Garden Club’s Garden of the Month for June 2022. It is a very special garden in many ways, not least of which is the couple’s desire to share the beauty and knowledge they have gained through creating this garden.

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Community

Garden of the Month: Goozee’s garden

The beautiful and colorful landscape at 595 Great Oaks Drive is the Ashland Garden Club’s Garden of the Month for May. It’s the home of Gerry and Sherwood Goozee, located at the southwest corner of Great Oaks Drive and Mountain Meadows Drive.

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Rogue Valley Tribune mailing introductory edition to 93,000 addresses

Mailboxes throughout Jackson County will be filled this week with a 12-page broadsheet newspaper introducing the Rogue Valley Tribune to prospective readers. EO Media Group is getting the word out about its Medford-based news site and three-times a week printed paper with a saturation mailing to 93,000 area addresses.

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Free environment, chemistry talk coming to SOU

How can chemistry be utilized to understand human impacts on the environment? That question will be answered during a Friday science seminar hosted by Southern Oregon University assistant professor Chris Babayco, Ph.D., organizers have announced.

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Inner Peace: It’s all concept

Jim Hatton: “I have come to respect and honor them all. I am not here to say they are right or wrong. It is right for all individuals to seek their own path, what is right for them, and what inspires them.”

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