Wakulla County Residents Reminisce
The road work on highway 319 has affected almost every resident of Wakulla County. Pastures, timberland and even a few roadside stores are now in the process of being converted to a speedy route to the coast ... READ MORE
Thrush, The Bacterial Infection
The plentiful rain fall in recent months has a number of benefits. Among these is ample moisture for forage production in pastures and paddocks.
Unfortunately, too much of a good thing (rainwater) can be ... READ MORE
Benefits of Living in Wakakulla County
One of the many benefits of living in Wakulla County is the relatively mild winters. While the days and nights are not the subtropical temperatures of south Florida in February, the thermometer readings ... READ MORE
Master Gardener Student Involvement
The Master Gardener students are in week #5 of their 15-week curriculum. During week #4 they learned about getting the spring vegetable garden ready. This includes knowing which plants will do better when ... READ MORE
Native Plant, Animal and Fungus Species
Florida, including Wakulla County, is home to a wide variety of native plant, animal and fungus species which make up the biosphere. These lifeforms exist collectively and, with the aid of the weather, ... READ MORE
White flecks of a different kind
White flecks in the landscape tend to attract attention, especially in January. This irregular pattern is not a common site in Wakulla County’s earth toned countryside and manicured home sites.
Most recall ... READ MORE
The seven deadly sins, also known as capital vices, is a group of behaviors or practices which lead to other destructive actions and activities. Innumerable sermons, lectures and scoldings have resulted from each of these offences.
Envy, ... READ MORE
2019 Arbor Day Celebration Wakulla County
On Saturday, January 19, some of us Master Gardeners participated in the Wakulla Arbor Day event. Florida celebrates Arbor Day on the third Saturday in January every year, and in Wakulla County the ... READ MORE
The recent rains have been ample to make the plants and trees grow. Even this late in the year the moisture supports growth, but in December the development usually takes place unseen below ground.
That is not the case with ... READ MORE
By: Les Harrison
Thank you for your interest in the
2019 Florida Master Gardener Program
The course will be offered beginning January 17, 2019 for the 15 weekly classes. The deadline for registration is January 17, 2019.
Your training ... READ MORE