Category: Agriculture

Yellow Flowers of Invasive Earleaf Acacia and Christmas Senna Easy to Spot in November-December!

earleaf acacia flowers

                                Above: The earleaf acacia (Acacia auriculiformis) grows to 40 feet tall and has unique curled, “ear” -whose ear? seed pods and unique, elongate leaves with parallel veins. Right, above: Compare the Christmas senna (Senna pendula ‘Glabrata’ )… Read More

2018 Collier County Tropical Fruit Road Tour

Longan, Lychee, Jackfruit, Mango

  It’s mango season and it’s also the perfect time to learn how to grow tropical fruit trees in Southwest Florida. Join the UF/IFAS Extension Collier county team for a half-day workshop to learn how to grow Citrus-Alternative… Read More

Master Gardener Plant Clinics | Collier County Extension

Master Gardeners

Having difficulty with your shrubs?  Don’t know what kind of insect is attacking your plants?  Check with the Master Gardeners for solutions to gardening and landscape problems such as plant identification, insect and disease identification, soil pH testing and… Read More

Florida Yards and Neighborhoods Program | Commercial Properties and Community Associations | Collier County Extension

Isabelle Way Landscape Agent

Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program for Commercial Properties and Community Associations in Collier County The Community Associations Program is based on the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ principles.  The program offers on-site landscape evaluations to managers, officers and board members of community associations, and… Read More

EVENT: 2018 Naples Yard and Garden Show | Collier County Extension

Isabel Lawn&Garden

Naples Yard and Garden Show October 20th and 21st, 2018 Do you want to learn more about how to grow orchids or bonsai successfully? Or you simply want to learn about fruit tree pruning or unique container design?… Read More

Annoying Creeping “Worms” Inside Homes and Everywhere Are Most Likely Millipedes

NEWLY MOLTED RUSTY MILLIPEDE

This year, I’ve had more calls about roaming “worms”  before rainy season than ever before (usually they move inside a few weeks after rainy season stops).  “What are all these crunchy worms on our lanai and side walls and in… Read More