21815 SW Farmington Rd
Beaverton, OR 97007
Lawns take a beating over the winter. How much or how little should be done now to get them as healthy as possible for the summer?
Our Farmington Garden experts can recommend things you can do with your particular lawn conditions in mind. Learn how and when to topdress your grass. Get tips on moss control, fertilizing and the timing for reseeding.
A few steps taken now lead to a healthier greener lawn later.
When: March 8th, 2015 @ 11:00 AM
Where: Farmington Gardens
21815 SW Farmington Road,Beaverton OR 97007
Cost: Free but please REGISTER
Do you enjoy the pungent and distinct taste of Horseradish? Why not grow your own! Horseradish is a rugged and cold hardy perennial with very few problems from disease or pests, great for any beginner. Plant in early spring as soon as the soil is dry enough to be worked. They can tolerate most any soil as long as it’s not waterlogged but loose soil will make it much easier to harvest the roots.
Find a sunny location and loosen soil down to about a foot deep working in some compost to get your plant off to a vigorous start. Take your root start and plant at a 45 degree angle with 30” from any other plants. Bury it with the crown just above soil surface. Water it in and watch your Horseradish grow. The roots will spread to about 18” or more and the green leafs reaching 24”. To keep from looking ragged in the summer, water weekly.
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Farmington Gardens is now hiring for several positions. Learn more about each position below. To apply, for any of the positions, download the application then apply in person at: Farmington Gardens 21815 SW Farmington Rd. Beaverton OR 97007
Training and certification will be required and provided for fork lift and tractor.
Responsibilities of the support position include but are not limited to: