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Gardening for the Whole Family

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green Well, most of us are sheltering at home these days.  The children are in a new school environment learning online, and we adults are also in a new environment working from home. … Read More

A New Caterpillar in the Garden? First Step, Identification!

Recently, I was thrilled to see a new caterpillar in my garden. I have many host plants for butterfly larva and was excited to find out what it was. It was a pretty caterpillar. Would it be a… Read More

Trees are subject to infection from other trees

Article Written By: Les Harrison With all the current information of contagious diseases, it is important to remember humans are not the only susceptible species in Wakulla County.  Whether slow or fast, the results can be tragic for… Read More

What is that Fuzzy Caterpillar Falling from My Oak Tree?

Tussock moth caterpillar (Orgyia spp.) Why the oak trees? Over the last couple of weeks, if you have oak trees, you have probably seen tussock moth caterpillars (Orgyia spp.). They crawl all over anything underneath the trees. Oak… Read More

UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension NOTICE

The Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) is an Equal Opportunity Institution authorized to provide research, educational information, and other services only to individuals and institutions that function with non-discrimination with respect to race, creed, color, religion,… Read More

A Garden is a Place of Hope

A recent ad from a gardening catalog stated that “Gardening is not Cancelled”. What an inspiring thought! These days are hard, with health and economic fears, and it can seem at times there is nowhere to hide, but… Read More

Gardening tasks during a time of social distancing

It can be hard to think of things to do when social distancing, but remember, you can still be alone (or with your family) while outside! There are plenty of things you can do in your own yard… Read More