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Master Gardener Volunteers on… pothos: mild-mannered or monster?

Pothos, also known as devil's ivy, grows rampant in a Florida oak tree. [CREDIT: Ann Madden]

By Ann Madden Master Gardener Volunteer Program team member Oh, that tropical look. Many homeowners want it, and often turn to the eye-catching pothos to create it. In doing so, they may unwittingly unleash a… Read More

Master Gardener Volunteers on… sansevieria: invasive, nuisance, or reliable addition to the garden?

A row of sansevieria adorn a 50-foot contemporary wall planter. [CREDIT: Karen Pariser]

By Karen Pariser Master Gardener Volunteer Program team member Remember your grandma’s impossible-to-kill parlor plant, the “mother-in-law’s tongue”? You might know it as “snake plant” or “viper’s bowstring” or even “African spear plant.” However you… Read More

Master Gardener Volunteers on… turf dormancy in winter

ground-level shot of mown turf grass in front of a Florida home

By Judith Kendall Master Gardener Volunteer Program team member When I recently moved into a new neighborhood, I remember my first time scouting out the newly acquired landscaping around the home. What kind of turf… Read More

Maximize your water use with micro-irrigation!

Drip tubing punctured with holes for microirrigation

This past December, our office hosted a webinar on micro-irrigation. We covered the main types of micro-irrigation, what makes it “micro” compared to a standard, in-ground irrigation system, and some basic installation tips for homeowners…. Read More

Green Industry CEU Connections – 2021

CEU Seminars: 2021* *All classes are webinars until further notice January Jan. 21 to Feb. 25, 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. – 6 weekly 1-hr modules LLO/LCLM/O&T/L&O CEUs; Registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/landscape-university-tickets-130498591801?aff Jan. 27, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Fertilizer CEU… Read More