Question: There are a number of purple flowering trees planted on Summerlin that bloom during the winter months. Do you know the name of the those trees and how tall do they grow? Our condo association is looking… Read More
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If you cut lawns and maintain ornamentals around houses and wish to apply pesticides, including Round-up, on the job, then this six-hour class is a requirement before obtaining the Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance license (erroneously called the Roundup… Read More
CLICK MAP IMAGE TO ZOOM IN AND VIEW MAP of Local Farmer’s Markets in Lee County Click any icon to see more information, including days and times of the market and websites (when available) Run a Farmer’s Market in… Read More
Fact Sheets: Ants | Crazy Ants | Carpenter Ants | imported Fire Ants on Lawns and Turf | Lee County Extension | Stephen Brown
Ants Ants Carpenter Ants – coming soon Crazy Ants Imported Fire Ants on Lawns and Turf
Fact Sheets: Annuals | Annual Flowers Bedding Plants | Gardening with Annuals in Florida | Lee County Extension | Stephen Brown
Annuals Annual-Flowers-Bedding Plants Gardening with Annuals in Florida
Gardening Publications A-Z Administration Annual Report 2011-12 Annuals Annual-Flowers-Bedding Plants Gardening with Annuals in Florida Ants Ants Carpenter Ants – coming soon Crazy Ants Imported Fire Ants on Lawns and Turf Aquatic Plants Aquatic Plants – Planting Depths for… Read More
A: Lee County Extension will be closed in observance of the following Federal Holidays Monday Jan 1 2018 New Years Day Monday Jan 15 2018 Martin Luther King Jr Day Monday May 28, 2018 Memorial Day Wednesday July… Read More
Q and A: I am concerned about mistaking the Florida Bobcat for the Florida Panther. Could you enlighten your readers?
from J.C., via eMail Answer: The bobcat (Felis rufus) is found from southern Canada, throughout the United States, and to the higher elevations of southeastern Mexico. In Florida, the bobcat occurs statewide. A solitary, mostly nocturnal creature, the bobcat… Read More
Q and A: I have heard that there is a type of mosquito that is an indicator for poor water quality. What are these mosquitoes called and do they exist in this area?
from C.R., Bonita Springs Answer: Blind mosquitoes, also known as aquatic midges, are mosquito-like insects often associated with poor water quality. Blind mosquito is a common name that may refer to various species of midges. One thing to… Read More