10-Minute University™ is the trademark of short classes on essential gardening information, taught by Oregon State University Extension Service Master Gardeners.


10-Minute University™ Handouts   |   10-Minute University™ Videos


Growing Edibles


Blueberries


Growing Blueberries in your Garden (26 minutes)

Blueberry Cultivars and Planting Tips (3 minutes)

Fertilizing and Mulching Blueberries (3 minutes)

Pruning Blueberry Plants (3 minutes)


Tomatoes


Growing Tomatoes in your Garden  (28 minutes)

Planting Tomatoes in Your Garden (4 minutes)

Transplanting Tomato Starts (4 minutes)

Proven Practices for Tomatoes (4 minutes)

Starting Tomatoes from Seeds (4 minutes)

Starting Tomatoes from Seeds (26 minutes)

Tomato Varieties (3 minutes)


Vegetable Gardening


Early Season Vegetables (22 minutes)

Fall and Winter Vegetable Gardening (20 minutes)

  How to Grow Vegetables in Containers (26 minutes)

Growing Veggies Year-round (17 minutes)

Starting a Vegetable Garden (32 minutes)

Starting Vegetables in your Garden from Seeds (23 minutes)


Fruit Trees


Low Care Fruit Trees (26 minutes)


Other


Edible Beautiful Plants (35 minutes)


General Gardening


Pruning


Pruning 101 (3 minutes)

Basic Pruning: Benefits and Tips (25 minutes)

Advanced Pruning Methods for your Garden (28 minutes)

Pruning Fruit Trees (25 minutes)

Pruning a Fruit Tree (3 minutes)

Fruit Tree Training (6 minutes)

Pruning Ornamental Grasses (4 minutes)

Pruning Hydrangeas (5 minutes)

Pruning a Japanese Maple (5 minutes)

Pruning Roses (6 minutes)


Critters


Attracting Pollinators (23 minutes)

Orchard Mason Bees in your Garden (16 minutes)

Dealing with Slugs & Snails in your Garden  (25 minutes)


Pests


Spring Pests & Diseases (24 minutes)


Seasonal


Fall Garden Maintenance (31 minutes)

Fall and Winter Container Gardening (18 minutes)

Spring Ornamental Gardening (25 minutes)


Others


How to get Healthy Soil (21 minutes)

Lawn Care (28 minutes)

Raised Bed Gardening (27 minutes)

Sheet Mulching (29 minutes)


Clackamas County Master Gardeners are the folks who put on the annual Spring Garden Fair, bringing together over 7,000 gardeners with over 150 plant and garden-art vendors.