By Joshua Kutyna, Indian River Extension Program Assistant for Christine Kelly-Begazo There is an invader amongst us, and it goes by the name of Platydemus manokwari. Better known as the New Guinea flatworm, this alien aggressor is a… Read More
Tag: home landscapes
January Checklist February Checklist March Checklist April Checklist May Checklist June Checklist July Checklist August Checklist September Checklist October Checklist November Checklist December Checklist
HUMMINGBIRDS Landscape Matters Wednesday, March 20, 10 a.m. Yulee County Building 86026 Pages Dairy Road. (Take US 17 North, pass over the railroad tracks, turn left on Pages Dairy Road. The building is attached to the fire station.)… Read More
By Les Harrison The month of February 2018 has seen a warming trend, at least when compared to January 2018. Still, it is winter in north Florida and only the hardiest of vegetables are growing as the thermometer… Read More
DESCRIPTION Learn about trees, plants and gardening in Florida during a “Crash Course in North Florida Gardening” three-day seminar for newcomers to Florida. Time: 8:00 am – Noon Date: Saturday February 9 Saturday February 16 Saturday February 23… Read More
Lawns go dormant during late fall and early winter in many parts of Florida, resulting in brown lawns throughout the cold months. Homeowners may prefer green lawns, but there is nothing wrong with brown grass in the winter—it… Read More
Fall season is pumpkin season! From jack-o’-lanterns to pumpkin pie, these orange fruits offer plenty of ways to celebrate fall and winter holidays.