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
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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 and amazing arthropods identifier at the UF/IFAS Extension in Seminole County. Amazing Arthropods of Florida During July I had a chance to take off my usual… 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 pests!
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].
This week in the Plant Clinic, Master Gardener Volunteer Jan Mangos answers a question about School Gardens. You can read more articles by Jan [here].
This week in the Plant Clinic, Master Gardener Dianne Anstine answers a question about Bufo Toads. You can read more articles by Dianne [here]. Are Deadly Bufo Toads Found in Seminole County? It’s that time of the year,… Read More
We often get questions on what sort of edible plants can be found in Florida’s natural lands. This week in the Plant Clinic, Master Gardener and Master Naturalist Don Philpott (firstname.lastname@example.org) gives a lesson on what’s brewing in… Read More
Need an extra brain to keep all that gardening information up to date? Master Gardener Amanda Mae Larsen (email@example.com) has tips on how to keep a garden journal so that you know exactly what variety of blueberry you’re… Read More