Blog by Tina McIntyre and Morgan Pinkerton, UF/IFAS Extension Seminole County Know native… To select a native plant, lets first revisit what the term native means! A native plant is a plant that existed within the state… 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… 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… Read More
Master Gardener Volunteer Diane Forrest discovered that battling mealybugs can be a difficult task here in Florida. Read all about what she learned while putting into practice University of Florida suggestions for controlling these garden… Read More
This week Master Gardener and Master Naturalist Don Philpott (firstname.lastname@example.org) offers up some gardening tips to try in your garden. Read Don’s other articles [here].
We have all sighed and thought, “There’s more I can be doing with my yard,” and then we turn away from the window and reach for the TV remote. It may seem overwhelming: “My yard… Read More
By Lloyd Singleton So, what is Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ (FFL)? Does it mean “wild and unkempt”, or “no-maintenance zone”? Is it intended to appear unruly and renegade? No, not at all. FFL is a set of… Read More
By Brooke Moffis Growing tropical and subtropical fruit such as, banana, pineapple, star fruit, and pomegranate is possible in Central Florida. The key to producing bumper crops of sweet, succulent fruit is knowing the plant’s… Read More