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Category: Home Landscapes

Edible Gardening August Updates for School Gardens

The new school year has begun for students attending Miami Dade County Public Schools. Teachers and students will soon have a chance to look at last year’s school gardens. What will they find? Most likely these school gardens… Read More

Leading with Gratitude (Part 1)

When I was younger, my grandmother taught me the importance of saying “thank you.” She always waited for me to say “thank you,” driving the importance home. Learning those two simple words at a young age was so… Read More

Leading with Gratitude (Part 2)

To recap last week’s blog: As leaders, we need to stop and look back at how we got to where we are quite often. We need to shake off the discomfort and say “thank you” to the folks… Read More

AUGUST What to Plant? What to Do?

The hottest days of the summer are here and you might be thinking, “There is no way something could survive this heat!”. You might also be wondering “What can I do in my landscape?” Well, you are correct… Read More

EDIS Update: Biology and Management of Poison Ivy in the Home Landscape

Poison ivy (Toxicodendron radicans) is a toxic, pesky landscape pest found throughout Florida. Known for leaving painful rashes on everyone it touches, poison ivy can be difficult to manage once established in the landscape. This EDIS publication is… Read More