What is going on with the seeds? If you have not heard about these suspicious seed packets, visit this blog post for the full story. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) believes that the seeds may be… Read More
What is digital diagnostics? Digital diagnostics is the use of digital photos to identify problems. In the plant world, we can use digital diagnostics to answer questions about our plants. In times of social distancing and limited person-to-person… Read More
What is the Clean Waterways Act? On June 30, the Clean Waterways Act, Senate Bill (SB) 712, was signed into law. The intention of this act is to aid in water conservation and protect water quality in Florida…. Read More
Is bamboo a good option for your garden? It has a bad name in some places, but part of picking a plant for your landscape is knowing the right plant for the right place. Clumping bamboo can be… Read More
There are many reasons to properly irrigate the home landscape. Not only do we not want to waste this precious natural resource, but we want to be sure we apply the proper amount of water to keep our… Read More
Master Gardener Volunteers often have interesting and strange plants in their gardens. In this article, Master Gardener Volunteer Bob tells us all about a strange looking fern growing in his landscape, the Whisk Fern.
The Return of Impatiens Have you been wondering why you’re starting to see impatiens at the store again? Master Gardener Volunteer Carol was too, and did some research to find out why! Read more articles from our Master… Read More
Article by Kaydie McCormick, Residential Horticulture Agent & Master Gardener Volunteer Coordinator A large part of an Extension Agent’s job is helping residents, businesses, and farms to determine what the most scientifically and economically sound course of action… 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].
Blog by Rudy White, volunteer Master Gardener Hydroponics for Youth Beginning in 2017, continuing into 2018, Seminole County Master Gardeners introduced a new hydroponics workshop into several Seminole County elementary schools. The workshop for grades 1-4 is a… Read More