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In a previous blog, I described plants to consider using in a dry garden bed. Now I will describe what it takes to create the bed. Doing something like this is definitely a winter ... READ MORE
Tri-Eagle Sales Partners with UF/IFAS Extension in Gadsden County for Wellness Initiative
Gardening and Stress Management for Local Businesses
Midway, FL – Tri-Eagle Sales and the UF/IFAS Extension’s Family and Consumer Sciences ... READ MORE
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN STARTING YOUR OWN GARDEN? If so, this Garden Education series is for you!
Laurie Osgood, Family and Consumer Sciences Agent, UF/IFAS Extension, Gadsden County, FL
Zadarreyal (DJ) Wiggins, FAMU Small Farms Agent, Gadsden ... READ MORE
Do you want to add a little something different to your landscape? How about something edible, as well as a focal point in your garden? Backyard sugarcane may be just what you are looking for.
Sugarcane, genus Saccharum, is a tropical perennial ... READ MORE
Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) is a short-lived annual herb with bright green, feathery, flat leaves that look very similar to flat-leaved parsley. Leaves can be harvested at will after they grow to a mature size and then continuously as ... READ MORE
For gardeners, rose enthusiasts and rosarians, each of the many rose diseases is as important as the others. But we can say for sure Crown Gall is one of the most unsightly of the many rose diseases that can been seen currently.
The disease ... READ MORE
Where: Washington County Agriculture Center 1424 Jackson Ave
When: Saturday November 11, 9:00am-12:00pm
Cost: $10.00. Refreshments Served
Limit 30 participants
Strawberry plant plugs will be provided to participants !
On site demonstration ... READ MORE
I had to do a hard thing last week. My battle-worn okra, eggplant and pepper plants that had produced so reliably since June and endured all the summertime challenges (heat, insects, disease, and a hurricane to name a few) were finally pulled ... READ MORE
Summer annual weeds are taking their last stand against Panhandle lawns before fall arrives. Rain and humid temperatures of late have boosted their growth spurts. Chamberbitter is a prime example.
Chamberbitter (Phyllanthus urinaria) is found ... READ MORE
Northwest Floridians are lucky. We get to bask in the warm sunshine at least eight months of the year, consider it cold weather when we have to break out the fleece pullover and none of us live more than a few hours’ drive to the whitest ... READ MORE