Tag: Master Gardeners

Camellias Offer Fall/Winter Color

Shady Gardening Camellias November 2019

Ask Master Gardener JoAnn Green After enjoying the lovely colors of wildflowers and leaves changing in September and October, there are few plants in my landscape that offer a punch of color in late fall like camellias.  I… Read More

The Wakulla Gardener Nov/Dec 2019 Newsletter

The Wakulla Gardener Nov_Dec 2019

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Survival of the Georgia Aster

Georgia Aster 10-19 feat

Ask Master Gardener Dan Dobbins Common wildflowers For thousands of years the Georgia aster (Symphyotrichum georgianum) was a common wild flower occurring throughout much of the southeastern United States. Large grazers such as bison and wooly mammoth coupled… Read More

October Lawn Care

Shady Gardening feat October 2019

Ask Master Gardener JoAnn Green After hauling hoses and sprinklers around the lawn this past September, I know why the gardening experts say that turfgrass is high maintenance!  Hopefully October will bring us more moderate temperatures and some… Read More

The Luffa Gourd – Luffa Cylindrica

Vegetable Orchards feat 1

Ask Master Gardener Linda Clemens One of the pleasures of winter time is looking at garden and seed catalogs and planning for the spring garden.  A vegetable that caught my eye last year was the luffa gourd.  Not… Read More

Wildflowers and Native Plants Sept

Water hose feat 1, Artwork designed by Patricia Standeford

Ask Master Gardener Dan Dobbins Water Resources Florida’s water resources are being challenged by the rapid increase of new residents who employ traditional land use practices. The urban standard of a manicured lawn, so popular with homeowner landscaping,… Read More

Shade Gardening – Learning about “Shade”

Shady Gardening feat Artwork by P Standeford

Ask Master Gardener JoAnn Green While the calendar turned to September, it still is hot here in Wakulla County!  If I am out working in the landscape, I gravitate toward the shady spots to get some relief!  My… Read More

Herbs – Come Join Us

Weed Lady Herb feat

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