Category: Home Landscapes

Wild Weeds – Morning Glories

Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month Morning-Glories Ipomea sp. There are about 25 types of  Morning-Glories found in Florida, some native and some not. Morning-glories come in a variety of colors, from purple, pink, blue, red, white… Read More

Master Gardener Volunteer Training Course

Florida Master Gardener

UF/IFAS Extension Baker County is once again offering the Master Gardener Volunteer Training Course. WHO ARE THE MASTER GARDENERS? Master Gardeners are volunteer educators of the horticultural arts and sciences. With training from UF/IFAS Extension, Master Gardeners are active in their communities,… Read More

Gardening for Pollinators Class

Learn which plants and gardening techniques will attract the greatest number of pollinators to your garden. Topics will include attracting butterflies, bees and native pollinators, nectar and host plants, native bee nest boxes and more. $10 per person…. Read More

Wild Weeds – Yellow Jessamine

Wild Weeds – Weed of the Month Yellow Jessamine Gelsemium sempervirens Yellow Jessamine, also called Carolina Jasmine, is a Florida native but will only catch your eye for a short period. The vine is often found trailing through… Read More

Wildflowers, What’s Blooming Series: Carnivorous Plants

waterlily flower and leaves

While most plants get eaten by bugs, these plants do the eating!  In this issue of Wildflowers: What’s Blooming, we explore native carnivorous plants of Florida.  These special plants obtain their nutrients from trapping and consuming animals (typically… Read More

Wildflowers, What’s Blooming Series: Plants with Animal Names

waterlily flower and leaves

Named by Ponce de Leon in 1513, La Florida means “Land of Flowers” — and indeed it is!  Florida has more than 3,600 native and naturalized flowering species. Wildflowers are plants that grow in their natural state with… Read More

Wildflowers, What’s Blooming Series: From Common to Rare

waterlily flower and leaves

Named by Ponce de Leon in 1513, La Florida means “Land of Flowers” — and indeed it is! Florida has more than 3,600 native and naturalized flowering species. Wildflowers are plants that grow in their natural state with… Read More