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 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 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
Pomegranates are an exotic and delicious fruit that can add a unique flavor to any dish. While pomegranates are typically grown in arid regions of the world, they can also thrive in Central Florida's subtropical climate.
Selecting ... READ MORE
Citrus trees are a popular choice for homeowners in Central Florida, as they not only add beauty to your landscape, but they also provide delicious fruits such as oranges, lemons, and limes. Plus- nothing says ‘Florida’ like citrus! Growing ... READ MORE
Winter is not over yet,
and homeowners in west central Florida should be aware of the risks of freeze damage to their landscaping. Despite the mild winters of recent years, we have seen that temperatures can still drop well below freezing and ... READ MORE
Bananas are a popular fruit in Central Florida, not only because of their delicious taste, but also because they are relatively easy to grow. However, growing bananas in Central Florida does require some knowledge and care, so in this blog post, ... READ MORE