Tag: Lee County

Fact Sheets: Herbs | African Iris | Torch Ginger | Peacock Plant | Siam Tulip | Spider Plant | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension

Herbs     African Iris (Dietes Vegeta)     Torch Ginger (Etilngera Elatior)     Peacock Plant (Calathea Makoyan)     Siam Tulip (Curcuma Alismatifolia)     Spider Plant (Chlorophytum Capense)

Q and A: Differences between Sabal palms with and without cross hatching? Stephen Brown answers | Lee County Extension

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Question: What is the difference between sabal palms with “cross-hatching” all the way up the trunk and those with only marginal “cross-hatching?” – Jerry, Captiva Island Answer: The sabal (cabbage) palms you have described are palms of the… Read More

Fact Sheets: Groundcovers | Creeping and Clumping Groundcovers | Perennial Peanut | Walkable Groundcovers | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension

Groundcovers     Creeping and Clumping Ground Covers     Flax Lily, Dianella tasmanica ‘Variegata,’ and Armored Scales (pdf) – coming soon     Perennial Peanut in the Urban Landscape     Walkable Groundcovers

Fact Sheets: Gardening | Garden Calendar | Starting a Florida Garden | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension

Gardening     Garden Calendar for North/Central/South Florida     Starting a Florida Garden SOUTH FLORIDA January February March April May June July August September October November December

Fact Sheets: Fungi on Landscape Plants | Guava Root | Slime Mold | Rusts | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension

Fungi on Landscape Plants     Guava Rust, Puccinia psidii (Homeowner) (pdf)     Guava Rust, Puccinia psidii (Commercial) (pdf)     Slime Mold, Fuligo septica (pdf)     Plant Disease Lab Reports:  July-Sep 2010      Plant Disease Lab Reports:  April-June 2010     Plant Disease Lab Reports:  Jan-Mar 2010     Plant Disease Lab Reports:  Oct-Dec 2009     Plant… Read More

Fact Sheets: What’s Blooming by the month | Lee County Extension | Stephen Brown

What’s Blooming?     List of Fact Sheets, Power Points and Videos      January         Peach (Prunus persica)     February         Flame Vine (Pyrostegia venusta)         Walter’s Viburnum     March         Yellow Tabebuia (Tabebuia spp.)         April           Dinner Plate Tree (Pterospermum acerifolium)     May          Blood Lily (Scadoxus multiflorus)          Tree Bougainvillea (Bougainvillea species)     June          Hedge Cactus (Cereus… Read More

Fact Sheets: Fertilizers | Coron | Nitamin-NFusion | Nitrate Leaching | Turf Quality | Lee County Extension | Stephen Brown

Fertilizers     Coron:  14-2-14     Fertilizer Rule     Lee County Fertilizer Survey     Nitamin-NFusion:  22-0-0     Nitrate Leaching and Turf Quality