Not that poinciana… and not that one either…
Throughout late Spring to mid-summer certain streets of the I-4 corridor are inhabited by hulking yellow figures that peer over buildings and walls throughout the urbanized landscape. Despite ... READ MORE
By Ralph E. Mitchell
I visited Bok Tower Gardens late last year and spotted a patch of exotic-looking flowering plants in a shady nook. These plants were about six-feet tall and formed clumps of similar size. Atop many of the stem tips ... READ MORE
Les Harrison is the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension Director
While there are still hot humid days left in the year, the dwindling hours of sunlight indicate the approach of the autumn equinox.
The folks at the Old Farmer’s Almanac have ... READ MORE