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Prune Blooms and Pinch Me Please!

Spring stunners are still putting on a showy floral display. Ensure next spring’s spectacle by pruning just after the bloom. Push even more flowers by pinching the azalea tips now through May. Azaleas brighten Central… Read More

New Vegetable Gardener — Is it too Late to Start a Vegetable Garden?

cucumber, tomatoes, peppers, green onions

New Vegetable Gardener — Is it too Late to Start a Vegetable Garden? Several months ago in this series on vegetable gardening information (New Vegetable Gardener) you learned about the vegetable garden seasons in Central… Read More

Your Palms Might Be HANGRY- Here Is How To Feed Them!

You know when you feel like you have a gremlin in your belly saying “Feeeeed meeee!”? And how if the gremlin is ignored, it becomes more of an angry ROOOAR? Anyone in sight could get… Read More

Harvesting and Preparing Kale from the Garden

Kale basket

Authors: Naima Ibrahim, Tiare Silvasy, Virgilia Zabala Kale (Brassica oleracea L.) is a dark-green leafy vegetable and cool season crop that’s planting season is close to an end. For anyone living in Central Florida, the timeframe for planting kale outdoors begins in September and spans… Read More

Giant Milkweed – A Big Milkweed for Monarch Caterpillars

giant milkweed

Giant Milkweed aka Crown Flower Giant Milkweed is also known as Crown Flower and scientifically known as Calotropis gigantea. It is native to Asia and tropical Africa. It is a perennial shrub that grows in… Read More