A South Florida bismarck palm is clearly suffering, but why? Horticulture Agent Stephen Brown follows the clues to collar the culprits: a hoard of palmetto weevils. Learn to identify this dreaded pest. Produced by UF/IFAS Lee County Extension… Read More
What’s wrong with the crinum? Horticulture Agent Stephen Brown, Lee County Extension Service, detects the cause of massive damage to a South Florida crinum lily: the eastern lubber grasshopper. Want to control them? Find the courage to handpick… Read More
Effect of Soil Texture on the Decline of a Young Live Oak [Video] Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension
Sometimes a newly planted tree just can’t seem to get going. Here’s one possible explanation
See what makes the resurrection fern comes to life. Follow the life of the fern from the dry to the wet season.
Melaleuca wants to take over South Florida. Learn what it looks like and how it does its dirty deeds.
Two beautiful crinum lilies are vying for space in the same swampy location. Crinum americanum and Crinum asiaticum are two of Florida’s favorite plants.
Cutline at bottom. Click here for high-resolution image. GAINESVILLE, Fla. — A Cornell University professor has been selected as chair of the University of Florida’s plant pathology department, UF officials announced today. Rosemary Loria, a plant pathology… Read More
Gaillardia or Blanket-Flower is a Florida native that boasts many colorful flowers.
Queen’s wreath is a low maintenance vine for a spectacular spring display.
This rare south Florida find maybe just the right beauty for tough conditions.