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What are the judges REALLY looking for on County Events Day?

How hard would it be to play a game if no one told you the rules or how to win? How would you feel? How long would it hold your interest? If you kept trying… Read More

Fringetree – Chionanthus virginicus

Fringe Tree or Old Man’s Beard (Chionanthus Virginicus) is hardy from USDA hardiness zones 3A to 9B. Fringe tree is a native plant through many states, as well as Florida in North and Central Florida. … Read More

Muhly Grass – Muhlenbergia capillaris

Muhly Grass (Muhlbergia capillaris) is a Florida native ornamental grass that is hardy in Florida from USDA hardiness zones 8 to 11.  Mulhly grass is outstanding in landscapes throughout the year with evergreen foliage. It… Read More

Maryland Goldenaster – Chryopsis mariana

Maryland Goldenaster (Chryopsis mariana) is a Florida native perennial.  It is hardy from USDA hardiness zones 4a to 10, with zones 8-10 in Florida.  While you may have observed this goldenaster in the UF/IFAS Extension… Read More

Manage Thatch, Manage this Pest-Tropical Sod Webworm

Have you been bothered by small brown moths flitting around your landscape?  You may find them in your landscape year-round, but may more likely find them from August to October which can lead to negative… Read More