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The Neighborhood Gardener August 2021

In August’s issue of the Neighborhood Gardener, the issue includes information about Florida Gardening for New Residents, Garden Myths Vol. 1,  and the August Plant of the Month: Thryallis. You can access the full newsletter, here, or read on… Read More

Earth Day 2021

What is Earth Day? Earth Day is not any old holiday. We don’t celebrate with feasts and presents or balloons, but often through volunteerism and activism. Initially, Earth Day was a day of advocacy and civil action paired… Read More

Support Florida Master Gardener Volunteers and Give Today

Master Gardener Volunteers Give Back to UF and Florida Citizens In 2020, Florida Master Gardener Volunteers served more than 500,000 Florida residents! The Master Gardener program is driven by 3,900 active volunteers who, in 2020 alone, volunteered more… Read More

The Neighborhood Gardener February 2021

In February’s issue of the Neighborhood Gardener, the focus is on compost, mulch, and soils. This issue also includes information about new gardening resources and features the February Plant of the Month: Eastern Redub. You can access the full… Read More

The Neighborhood Gardener January 2021

In January’s issue of the Neighborhood Gardener, Wendy shares her new year’s gardening resolutions. This issue also includes information about removing problematic vines, sources for seeds, and more. And, we’re excited to continue the Florida MGV Book Club… Read More

The Neighborhood Gardener May 2020

In May’s issue of the Neighborhood Gardener we share resources for the countless Floridians who began victory gardens during quarantine. This issue includes information about building raised beds at home, planting and harvesting greens, online continuing education opportunities,… Read More

Celebrating Florida Master Gardener Volunteers during National Volunteer Week

It’s #NationalVolunteerWeek and we’re celebrating our Master Gardener Volunteers. These men and women serve their communities wholeheartedly, everyday. Many have even found ways to continue to serve remotely throughout this difficult season. Let’s take a look at their… Read More