Tag: Lee County
Stephen Brown shows you how to propagate and grow these easy to care for plants
Thorn bugs suck the sap of some plants and leave behind a copious amount of sooty mold. See them up close with Stephen Brown, Lee County Extension Agent.
In this video Stephen Brown will talk about some aspects of this amazing Florida Native vine. The Climbing Aster is a plant common to freshwater marshes and the banks of rivers and streams
In the fall, in southwest Florida, flat-topped goldenrod is often seen but rarely explored. Stephen Brown will get you close to this wildflower and show you what it’s about.
Every November, the saltbushes of southwest Florida are adorned with white flowers. Stephen Brown will introduce you to the fall explosion you can’t miss.
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