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Azaleas for Early Spring Color

Shady Garden Azaleas March 2020

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green One of the first ornamental shrubs to bloom in late winter or early spring in my shady landscape is the azalea.  They bring a burst of color to an otherwise dull winter… Read More

Potato (Solanum tuberosum)

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Ask Master Gardener Volunteer Linda Clemens Potato (Solanum tuberosum) One of the first crops planted in the north Florida vegetable garden in the New Year is the potato, also known as the “Irish potato” to differentiate it from… Read More

Two Evergreens for the Winter Landscape

Shady Garden Native Trees February 2020

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green There are few plants that offer color (other than browns or grays) in the winter landscape.  Most perennials die back or lose their leaves in the cooler weather.  Cast Iron plants (Aspidistra… Read More

Water Quality Degradation

January 2020 MGV Ask Mr Dan

  Ask Master Gardener Volunteer Dan Dobbins         Florida water resources Florida, arguably has more water resources than any other state in the nation. However, they are not limitless and its’ large and continually growing… Read More

Wakulla County Master Gardener Volunteer Program January 16, 2020

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  Wakulla County Master Gardener Volunteer Program of 2020 is now accepting applications for anyone who would like to become a student for this year’s class. Program begins on January 16, 2020 Print your Application by clicking on… Read More

Calamondin ( Citrofortunella microcarpa) II

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Ask Master Gardener Volunteer Linda Clemens   Calamondin ( Citrofortunella microcarpa) One of the most useful fruit trees for the north Florida home garden is the calamondin.   A calamondin (also known as calamansi) is a small, tart, juicy… Read More

Georgia Aster Part II

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Ask Master Gardener Volunteer Dan Dobbins Sun loving plants Most present day residents are not aware Florida’s climate was not always the warm semitropical one it is today. In prehistoric times, Florida was much cooler and drier as… Read More

Native Trees for Shade

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green As the weather cools down, I find that I can endure more time in the yard this time of year better than during the heat of summer!  During the winter months I… Read More

Camellias Offer Fall/Winter Color

Shady Gardening Camellias November 2019

Ask Master Gardener Volunteer JoAnn Green After enjoying the lovely colors of wildflowers and leaves changing in September and October, there are few plants in my landscape that offer a punch of color in late fall like camellias. … Read More

The Wakulla Gardener Nov/Dec 2019 Newsletter

The Wakulla Gardener Nov_Dec 2019

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