Some livestock, pets and even children occasionally nibble on poisonous plants, presenting a potential pitfall to the animals and youth. Now, a new, free app designed by UF/IFAS researchers and Extension faculty helps you identify toxic plants.
Not ... READ MORE
Everyone is interested in growing an easy plant that offers interest all throughout the warm season. Look no further than an old favorite, the purple hyacinth bean, Lablab purpurea.
An warm season annual vine that grows easily from seeds ... READ MORE
Is your pet one of those that likes to nibble on or gobble down new plants in your home or landscape? If so, it would be wise to make sure that the new plants you introduce do not send you running with your pet to the vet. There are many common ... READ MORE
Guest Article for the Tallahassee Democrat
November 8, 2013
By Ed Schroeder
Young dogs and some breeds more than others tend to explore their environment with their mouth. They are fascinated by objects that have an odor ... READ MORE
Coral ardisia (Ardisia crenata) is an invasive non-native plant, introduced into Florida in the early 1900’s for ornamental purposes. It is now found growing in hardwood hammocks and other moist woodlands of both wild and grazing lands. ... READ MORE