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Volunteering—Answering Life’s Most Persistent and Urgent Question

On January 17, we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. As a federal holiday, many of us will enjoy this Monday off from work. It makes for a nice long weekend, a short… Read More

Natural Wakulla: A soil test will tell you what your landscape needs

    The shorter daylight hours and the cooler thermometer readings have slowed, but not stopped the rate of growth and development for most ornamental horticulture used in Wakulla County. Still, some chores done now will deliver big… Read More

Master Gardener Volunteers on… the orchid tree, a corsage for your yard

By Karen Pariser Master Gardener Volunteer Program team member Looking for an amazing pop of color and texture in your Florida yard? Consider the impact of a flowering tree. Specifically, the orchid tree. Bauhinia basics A member of… Read More

Master Gardener Volunteer (10) Year Service Awards

Congratulations Master Gardeners. Despite the Covid19 limitations, Taylor County Master Gardeners documented over 1,000 hours in 2021. This does not include the many hours not recorded that are just “good-doers” (quoted from the Oz). In return for training,… Read More

2022 Guide to Seminole County Farms and Farmers Markets

Where can I buy locally grown food? Seminole County has a rich history in agriculture. There is a huge diversity of types of farms locally. Both big and small, Seminole County is home to over 400 farms that… Read More