If you need help diagnosing a lawn, landscape or garden problem and/or are interested in learning about pollinators and how to attract them to your garden, we have two upcoming events for you.
The Plant Clinic will be held Friday, August ... READ MORE
Are you interested in bonsai trees? If so, we have a great seminar with an experienced and qualified teacher.
Lee Vanderpool, UF/IFAS Extension Master Gardener in Okaloosa County, will share his passion for bonsai this Wednesday ... READ MORE
The mature size of plants is an important consideration when choosing plants for your landscape.
Before selecting a plant, be sure to find out how large it will eventually get. It’s important to know both the mature size in height and width. ... READ MORE
Most years, May brings dry, hot weather. And, during dry periods, many people wrongly blame pests for dry spots in their lawns.Dry spots are the result of
imperfections in an irrigation system. They’re revealed during extended dry weather. ... READ MORE
Correcting four common mistakes can result in a better lawn.
The first step in correctly managing a Florida lawn is to know the type of grass you have; but many homeowners don’t know. The kind of lawn pests, mowing height, herbicide selection, ... READ MORE
This year’s Home Show, sponsored by the Building Industry Association of Okaloosa & Walton Counties (BIA), will include lawn, fruit and tomato seminars. The Home Show will be held February 24 and 25 at the Emerald Coast Convention Center ... READ MORE
Recent freezes resulted in cold damage to some local citrus trees.
Cold injured citrus trees can take a while to become evident. What appears to be damage will not always be permanent. Never be in a hurry to remove cold injured tissue from ... READ MORE
As a community service, the Greater Fort Walton Beach Camellia Society (GFWBCS), which is over 50 years old, conducts a free yearly Camellia Workshop to introduce the camellia to area residents. This year’s workshop will be held Saturday, ... READ MORE
February 26, 2018 - Core, ROW and O&T Flyer
CORE Training and Exam
Right of Way Training and Exam
Ornamental and Turf Training ... READ MORE
During late February to mid-April, homeowners bring in bags of winter annual weeds from their lawns wanting advice on how to control them. They usually seem disappointed and confused when I tell them that it’s too late to bother with controlling ... READ MORE