Gear up for the 7th Annual UF/IFAS Coastal Cleanup in Hernando County!
Date: Saturday, September 16, 2023
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Check-in Location: 6340 Shoal Lind Blvd., Spring Hill
Each ... READ MORE
What Can I Grow During The Summer?
Summer in West Central Florida offers an excellent opportunity for gardeners to cultivate a variety of heat-loving vegetables. The problem is that many traditional vegetable crops do not grow well ... READ MORE
Growing Seminole Pumpkin in West Central Florida:
Seminole Pumpkin is a native crop to Florida and is well-suited for the warm and humid climate of West Central Florida. Known for its resilience and rich flavor, this versatile winter squash ... READ MORE
Growing Sweet Potatoes in West Central Florida:
Sweet potatoes are a staple crop in West Central Florida, and with the right techniques, you can enjoy a bountiful harvest of these delicious and nutritious tubers. Here are some key tips to successfully ... READ MORE
Growing Okra in West Central Florida:
Okra, a heat-loving vegetable, thrives in West Central Florida during the summer. Whether you have a small backyard garden or a larger plot, cultivating okra can be a rewarding experience. Here are some ... READ MORE
Growing Southern Peas in West Central Florida:
Southern peas, also known as cowpeas, thrive in the warm and sunny climate of West Central Florida. Whether you prefer black-eyed peas, crowder peas, or other varieties, growing these nutritious ... READ MORE
Growing Calabaza in West Central Florida:
Calabaza, a type of winter squash, is a popular crop in West Central Florida due to its adaptability to the region's warm and sunny climate. If you're looking to add this versatile and flavorful squash ... READ MORE
Growing Yard Long Beans in West Central Florida:
Yard long beans, also known as asparagus beans or snake beans, are a heat-loving crop that thrives in the warm and sunny climate of West Central Florida. These long, slender beans are not only ... READ MORE
As a homeowner in Hernando County, you may be thinking about planting trees in your landscape. Trees are a great addition to any yard, providing shade, beauty, and many environmental benefits. However, it's important to choose the right trees ... READ MORE
Cold damage to palm trees in West Central Florida is a common issue that can occur when temperatures drop below freezing. The most common type of palm tree in our area is the native sabal palm, also known as the "cabbage palm," which is known ... READ MORE