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Preparing Your Landscape for Hurricane Season

Hurricane season starts June 1st. You are probably aware of preparations you need to make inside the home, but what do you need to do in your landscape?  Survey your property now and look for… Read More

Vegetable Garden Prep: Step-by-step videos to help you get started

Vegetable Garden

Starting a vegetable garden for the first time? Need a refresher in laying out a square foot garden grid? We offer a series of videos to help you start a successful vegetable garden. Learn how… Read More

Good job Polk County Residents! An Earth Day Message of Hope

Salvia 'Wendy's Wish' and Black Eyed Susan

Earth Day is always a great time to focus on Florida’s environmental health.  It can be discouraging to read about declining water quality, disappearing natural habitat and other problems facing our irreplaceable natural resources.  Ready… Read More

Garden To-Do’s – Beneficial Insects

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One of the great things about our dry, warm April is the burgeoning population of insects. Yikes! Am I crazy? Nope; when prey insect numbers rise, predator insects have plenty to eat. That’s a great… Read More

Springtime in the Florida-Friendly Landscape

Weedin' Sign

Springtime in Central Florida is a great time to garden and attend to “spring cleaning” in our landscapes.  So, gather up your gloves and tools and consider the following spring-time garden projects: Pruning Around the… Read More

Polish Sausage Sauerkraut Recipe & Growing Cabbage in Central Florida

Vegetable Gardening

This recipe is a sure crowd-pleaser and is greatly welcomed at Master Gardener potlucks. The recipe originally came from my dad’s family, but my mom improved on it! Into a large pot (or crockpot), put:… Read More