It’s mid-April and in one of our raised vegetable beds, the first leaves of yard long beans (Vigna sesquipedalis, also known as snake beans, asparagus beans, or Chinese long beans), are just unfolding. When vegetable growing in Jacksonville ... READ MORE
As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, are you planning boiled beef with cabbage and potatoes, while you consider the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? Yukon gold, maybe? Gardeners, man!
It’s a bit late, we hear you all mutter. It’s ... READ MORE
With everything that has been going on, one benefit seems to have been more people getting outside and into their lawn and gardens. It can seem like an uphill battle at times. Particularly if this is your first time, or if you start to see some ... READ MORE
Have you always wanted to grow your own vegetables but don't know where to start? This Spring Vegetable Gardening Series might be for you!
During this hands-on 10-week class we will start crops from seed as well as transplants and take care ... READ MORE
What would you do if you saw a large 3 to 4 inch snail, like the one in the header, crawling across your driveway? Before you deem something to be detrimental to your landscape, accurate identification is critical. A very small percentage of ... READ MORE
Are you ready for spring? Let us help you prepare while you attend A Day of Gardening as we kick-off the spring gardening season. Enjoy gardening seminars and shop with local vendors to purchase plants and plant-related items. Do you need gardening/landscape ... READ MORE
September 18, 2018, 9 am - 3 pm, $35
Seating is LIMITED to 30!
Lunch included, CEUs have been applied for
This advanced course is designed for individuals who have completed the irrigation basics workshop or have a basic working knowledge ... READ MORE
They're back...the annual invasion of the lubber grasshoppers. Small lubber grasshoppers appear to bubble up from the soil forming a black mass that move in groups as they consume plants along the way. Don't procrastinate! (more…) READ MORE