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January 27, 2021

For a while, I was OK with COVID. Not happy, but you could say “average.” After almost a year of this pandemic, like most folks, COVID fatigue has set in for me. When the pandemic struck, I needed to find something I could control. With ... READ MORE

Category: Florida-Friendly Landscaping, Home Landscapes, Home Management, Horticulture, Lawn, Turf, UF/IFAS
Tags: Drought Tolerant, Featured, FFL, Florida Friendly Landscaping, Florida Friendly Plants, Florida Yard, Garden Therapy, Jennifer Hagen, Landscape Design, Lee County, Native Landscaping, Pollinators, Right Place, Right Plant, Sustainable Landscaping, UF/IFAS, Water Efficiency, Wellness
Horticulture | UF IFAS Lee County Extension

Q and A: I have a gardenia bush that is steadily going downhill. How should I care for this plant to bring it back to health?


January 24, 2019

Question: I have a gardenia bush that is steadily going downhill. It has only a few leaves, lots of strange growth on the branches, and most of the leaves have a green center and yellow edges. I’ve included three photos for you to look at. ... READ MORE

Category: Home Landscapes, Horticulture
Tags: Gardenia, Lee County, Lichen, Magnesium Deficient, Mulch, Prune, Stephen Brown

Fact Sheets | Native Plants of Southwest Florida | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension


October 26, 2018

Native Plants of Southwest Florida Library of Native Plants: Fact Sheets & Video Links - OLD LINKS (Needs to be Updated) Bark Exfoliation of South Florida Trees Bay Cedar (Suriana maritima) Beach Sunflower (Helianthus ... READ MORE

Category: Florida-Friendly Landscaping, Home Landscapes, Horticulture
Tags: Bursera Simaruba, Ernodea Littoralis, FFL Yard Recognition Form, Llex Cassine, Pseudophoenix Sargentii, Stachytarpheta Jamaicensis, Swietenia Mahagoni, Acrostichum Danaeifolum, Annona Glabra, Argusia Gnaphalodes, Baccharis Halimifolia, Bark Exfoliation Of South Florida Trees, Bay Cedar, Beach Sunflower, Beautyberry, Bejaria Racemosa, Blackroot, Blechnum Serrulatum, Blue Porterweed, Buccaneer Palm, Buttonbush, Buttonwood, Cabbage Palm, Cabbage Palm Pictorial, Caesalpinia Bonduc, Callicarpa Americana, Camphor Daisy, Canella Winterana, Capparis Cynophallophora, Cephalanthus Occidentalis, Cherokee Bean, Chrysolalanus Icaco, Cinnamon Bark Tree, Citharexylum Spinosum, Coccoloba Diversifolia, Coccoloba Uvifera, Cocoplum, Conocarpus Erectus, Coontie, Coonties And Atala Butterflies, Coral Bean, Cordia Sebestena, Coreopsis Leavenworthii, Cutleaf Evening Primrose, Dahoon Holly, Differences Between Laurel And Live Oaks, Elderberry, Erythrina Herbacea, Fact Sheet, Factsheet, Ficus Aurea, Fiddlewood, Firebush, Flaveria Linearis, Florida Native Plants, Florida Thatch Palm, Gaillardia, Gaillardia Pulchella, Geiger Tree, Genipa Clusifolia, Gentian Noddingcap, Giant Leather Fern, Golden Creeper, Guide For Real Florida Gardeners, Gumbo Limbo, Hamelia Patens, Helianthus Debilis, Helianthus Spp, Inkberry, Ipomoea Cordatotriloa, Ipomoea Pes-caprae, Jamaican Caper, Juniperus Virginiana Var. Silicicola, Lacy Bracken Fern, Leafless Beaked Tresses Orchid, Lee County, Lysiloma Latisiliquua, Mahogany, Mimosa, Mimosa Strigillosa, Morella Cerifera, Myrcianthes Fragrans, Native Plant & Service Directory, Native Plant Nurseries - Local, Native Plant Resources, Native Plants, Native Plants Of Southwest Florida, Native Wetland Species: Lee County, Necklace Pod, Nickerbean, Oenothera Laciniata, Pigeon Plum, Pond Apple, Prickly Plants, Prickly Zones, Psychotria Nervosa, Pteridum Aquilimum Var.candatum, Pterocaulon Pycnostachyum, Railroad Vine, Railroad Vine Measurement, Rayjacksonia Phyllocephala, Rhus Copallinum, Sabal Palmetto, Saltbush, Sambucus Nigra Subsp.Canadensis, Scaevola Plumieri, Sea Lavender, Sea Oats, Seagrape, Seaside Goldenrod, Seven-year Apple, Simpson's Stopper, Small Trees For South Florida, Solidago Sempervirens, Sophora Tomentosa, South Florida Native Plants, Southern Red Cedar, Spanish Bayonet, Stephen Brown, Strangler Fig, Sunflowers, Suriana Maritima, Swamp Fern, Sweet Acacia, Tarflower, Thrinax Radiata, Tickseed, Tie Vine, Uniola Paniculata, Vachellia Farnesiana, Viburnum Obovatum, Walter's Viburnum, Waxed Myrtle, Wild Coffee, Wild Tamarind, Winged Sumac, Yellowtop, Yucca Aloifolia, Zamia Floridana
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Fact Sheets: Lawns and Turfs | Anthacnose | Cerospora Leaf Spot | St Augustine Grass | Fairy Ring | Fertilization | Gray Leaf Spot | Nitrate Leaching | Rust | Pythium Root Rot | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension


October 26, 2018

Lawns/Turfs Anthracnose BMP for Home Lawns Bugs in St. Augustinegrass 'Captiva' St. Augustinegrass Cercospora Leaf Spot Disease Identification Drought Environmental Stresses and Your Florida Lawn ... READ MORE

Category: Home Landscapes, Horticulture, Lawn
Tags: Anthracnose, BMPs For Home Lawns, Bugs In St Augustine, Cerospora Leaf Spot, Drought, Environmental Stresses, Establishing Your Lawn, Fact Sheet, Factsheet, Fairy Ring, Fertilization And Irrigation, Fertilizer, Gray Leaf Spot, Helminthosporium Leaf Spot, Herbicides For Lawn, Insects, Lawns, Nitrate Leaching, Pythium Root Rot, Rust, Soft & Squishy Lawns, Soil Testing, St Augustine Grass, Sugarcane Mosiac Virus, Thatch, Turf

Fact Sheets: Invasive Plants | Air Potato | Brazilian Pepper | Japanese Climbing Fern | Two-Leaf Nightshade | Stephen Brown | Lee County Extension


October 26, 2018

Invasive Plants Air Potato (Dioscorea bulbifera) Brazilian Pepper-tree Control Control of Hard to Manage Weeds Environmental Contractors Got Invasive? Get Help! Herbicide Control of Woody Plants Herbicides ... READ MORE

Category: Home Landscapes, Horticulture, Invasive Species
Tags: Air Potato, Brazilian Pepper, Control Of Hard To Manage Weeds, Environmental Contractors, Fact Sheet, Factsheet, Herbicide Control Of Woody Plants, Herbicides To Kill Invasive Trees, Invasive Plants, Japanese Climbing Fern, Lee County, Non-native Invasives, Prohibited Plants Of Lee County, Solanum, Stephen Brown, Two Leaf Nightshade

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