Cilantro is an herb that grows well in the cooler months of the North Florida garden. Beth Bolles will share how to grow and use cilantro in the latest Garden to Table feature from UF… Read More
Category: Home Landscapes
We all know about the fascinating hammerhead shark, with its wide, unusually shaped head, but did you know there may be a different kind of hammerhead lurking in your backyard? Long and skinny, invasive and… Read More
There will be an in person training class on January 14, 2021 for horticulture professionals. If you need to obtain the Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance pesticide license, you may attend the 6 hour training, beginning… Read More
Stevia grows well when planted in the ground or in a container. Learn basic care in the garden and how to use fresh leaves to sweeten your next dish or drink with UF IFAS Extension… Read More
Fall is here and Red roselle hibiscus is responding with flowers and fruit. Learn to grow your own Roselle hibiscus and make a delicious tea with UF IFAS Escambia Extension’s Garden to Table segment.
Many people often request a recommendation for a small tree that will be suitable for their landscape and one to consider is the Chinese pistache, Pistachia chinensis. Although not a native tree, Chinese pistache does… Read More
The western Panhandle was dealt a tough blow by Hurricane Sally. We lost homes and trees, power and internet, work productivity and another week and a half of school. Our office flooded, and a very… Read More
The University of Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide is a wonderful resource for those who are getting started gardening and growing some edible plants. As you look through the publication, you will see a chart for… Read More
Moranga squash is an easy squash for the North Florida Garden when given room to grow and time to develop. Learn some basics with UF IFAS Extension’s Garden to Table series in Escambia County.
Mint is an easy herb to grow in the North Florida Garden. Learn the basics of plant care and culinary uses with UF IFAS Extension Escambia County’s Garden to Table series.