Palms are a favorite plant along the Gulf Coast and are often part of a mixed landscape with turfgrass. Even though palms are related to our lawn grasses, they have very different nutritional needs. If… Read More
It is common in Northwest Florida for palms to show signs of nutrient deficiencies. In general our sandy soil is often nutrient poor and available nutrients can easily move out of soils with frequent rainfall. … Read More
Learn about the appropriate fertilizer for your palms In the Garden with UF IFAS Escambia Extension.
Palms are often lacking nutrients in our sandy soil but realize that not all palm fertilizers are good for your plant. Look for a fertilizer where all the nutrients are in a slow release form…. Read More
University of Florida palm and disease Extension specialist Dr. Monica Elliott will share information on palm installation and best management practices. Join us Wednesday, July 27, 10:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. at the Escambia County… Read More