One alternative is to buy plants meant to stay in pots, said Al Shay, a horticulture instructor at Oregon State University.
“There is increasing interest in producing premium tier chardonnay in the Willamette Valley,” said Patty Skinkis, a faculty member at the Oregon Wine Research Institute at Oregon State University.
Authors: Chris Hedstrom, Vaughn Walton, Nik G. Wiman, Peter W. Shearer, Jeff Miller, Linda Brewer New December 2014, 3 pages, NC
Moved outside without the care they need, the beautiful, and not inexpensive, trees meant to go in the ground in winter, languish, fade to brown and eventually die.
“They’re unmistakable because of the stinky, irritating odor when they’re crushed,” said Vaughn Walton, an entomologist...


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