Tag: invasive

Fabulous Florida Fading

Do you long to see more birds and butterflies flying about your garden?  Do you want to help Florida’s wild critters survive?  Are you tired of spending money and time watering, fertilizing, pruning and mowing your landscape? By knowing… Read More

What’s So Bad About Invasive Plants?

As my colleague Lara pointed out on February 15th, this week is National Invasive Species Awareness Week. We’ll be teaching many classes (schedule at link above) around Pinellas County to help you learn about invasive plants. So why are invasive… Read More

That’s An Awfully Large…

Treefrog! Did you know the invasive Cuban treefrog can grow to be 5.5 inches? That is quite big considering the largest of our native treefrogs only grows to be 2.5 inches. It’s also a good way to help… Read More

Water-Wise Landscaping Information

Water-Wise Landscaping Class Schedule Water-Wise Landscaping classes presented by Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ experts in Pinellas County feature a different set of topics each month, focused on helping you create an attractive landscape that conserves water at the same time. Each workshop features… Read More