By Ralph E. Mitchell While some people may miss the spring flowers of the north – tulips being one of them – we have many flowering bulb substitutes which put on a similar show right here in southwest… Read More
Written by Norma Friend, UF/IFAS Marion County Master Gardener* Although summer is over there is still much to do in our gardens. Autumn days are the perfect time to make decisions that will improve the appearance as well… Read More
Love to learn more about gardening in the Panhandle? Plan to attend a special education day, Saturday, October 20, organized by UF IFAS Extension Escambia County Master Gardeners. There will be several sessions featuring the topics of turf… Read More
While other states are experiencing nearly freezing temperatures in November, Florida provides cool, dry weather that is great for many plants. You can take advantage of Florida’s weather by following these planting suggestions based on the Florida climate… Read More
While September marks the beginning of fall, the summer’s blistering temperatures may not drop for some time. To see what you should plant this month, use these recommendations based on Florida’s climate regions. You can identify your area… Read More
August marks the transition from summer to fall—especially in your garden. If you’re wondering what you should plant this month, then use these suggestions based on the Florida climate zones.
Theresa Badurek, UF/IFAS Extension, Pinellas County It’s almost winter and the cooler weather is already here. While some Central Florida winter days are warm, others can bring cold winds, frosts, and even freezes. These conditions present several challenges for… Read More