Earth Day is always a great time to focus on Florida’s environmental health. It can be discouraging to read about declining water quality, disappearing natural habitat and other problems facing our irreplaceable natural resources. Ready to hear some… Read More
Tag: Master Gardener
Let it Grow The Highlands County Master Gardeners took a leap of faith last year and it paid off. The annual plant sale became a Garden Festival. Their theme, “Let it Grow” described the process to a Tee…. Read More
This week Master Gardener and Master Naturalist Don Philpott (email@example.com) offers up some gardening tips to try in your garden. Read Don’s other articles [here].
Planning and Preparing Saturday, April 6, 2019, we hosted our 5th annual Spring Plant Sale. Planning for our group began last fall, with many of us dividing perennials, planting seeds, and rooting cuttings during the winter months. The… Read More
One of the great things about our dry, warm April is the burgeoning population of insects. Yikes! Am I crazy? Nope; when prey insect numbers rise, predator insects have plenty to eat. That’s a great thing for gardeners… Read More
TO APPLY FOR 2019 TRAINING, YOU MUST FILL OUT THE APPLICATION AND VOLUNTEER AGREEMENT (LINK BELOW) AND SUBMIT THEM WITH PAYMENT BY APRIL 30, 2019. 2019 training will be on Tuesdays and Wednesday, 9:00 am-2:00 pm, July 9-August… Read More
This week in the Plant Clinic, Master Gardener Volunteer Jan Mangos answers a question about School Gardens. You can read more articles by Jan [here].
Herbs and Vegetable Plants This spring we will have several different herbs and vegetables for sale. Plants have been propagated from seeds or cuttings from Master Gardeners’ right here in our area. Plants are suited to our local… Read More