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.
Many gardeners enjoy saving their own seeds for next year’s garden. Learn the basic steps of saving seeds from your favorite tomato selections with UF IFAS Extension Escambia County. View the handout version too.
Learn a little about cantaloupe that is growing in the late spring garden. Beth Bolles with UF IFAS Extension in Escambia County shares experience from her backyard garden.
During these unusual times, the Gardening in the Panhandle Team has been working to bring you quality remote content through this online newsletter. In that vein, we have developed some new educational programming for our loyal readers. We… Read More
Many summer garden edibles need insects in order to pollinate flowers. Learn about a few flowering plants to add to your garden to attract pollinators In the Backyard Garden with UF IFAS Extension Escambia County.
Get a jump on growing Florida’s favorite fruit at the Tomato and Pepper Plant Sale on Saturday, March 28 from 8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Escambia County Master Gardener Volunteers will offer information and demonstrations on container edibles,… Read More
Eating healthy is not something that just happens by going on a particular diet. In fact, the best kind of diet is where the right choices are made, and it becomes a way of life. Sometimes we need… Read More
Join UF IFAS Escambia County Extension for Gardening with Heat and Flavor, Peppers in Containers on Saturday, June 8 at 10:30 a.m. We will talk about the different selections you may grow and how to best maintain your… Read More
Are you a patient gardener? If not, try you hand at growing microgreens. Why wait for at least a month or so for a harvest when you can enjoy fresh greens in as little as 7 days. Microgreens… Read More
There are many cool season vegetables that gardeners are able to grow in the home garden and in containers. Learn about proper timing for starting seeds during our transition from hot weather to cooler days In the Garden… Read More