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Signs All Over Wakulla, Including Pines

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director There are signs everywhere in Wakulla County. Some provide information, others offer products for sale, and many encourage the reader to vote for a particular candidate. Each in… Read More

Fall Wildflowers Know It’s Autumn

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director It is hard to believe, and the weather is no indication of the change, but today is the first official day of fall. The autumnal equinox is an… Read More

Creeping Indigo Is An Invasive Brought In As Forage

  By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director The term creeping has many negative implications.  It conveys sneaky behavior with potentially malevolent intent. The definition of creeping could be updated to the equivalent of internet… Read More

What’s In The Garden Now

  Be sure to check out our monthly crop feature. This month’s feature is Squash. An often asked question at the UF/IFAS Wakulla County Extension office during gardening season is which cultivar is best to… Read More

Native Berries In Wakulla County

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director There is the often quoted Biblical admonition “By your fruits you will be known,” which commonly comes up when discussing behavior. In other words, a reputation will ultimately… Read More

Native Berries In Wakulla County

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director There is the often quoted Biblical admonition “By your fruits you will be known,” which commonly comes up when discussing behavior. In other words, a reputation will ultimately… Read More

In The Garden Now: Heirlooms

By Les Harrison Wakulla County Extension Director As the old saying goes “August weather is fit for neither man nor beast,” and it is not making gardening a lot of fun either. High humidity, 90… Read More

What’s In The Garden Now

Be sure to check out our monthly crop feature. This month’s feature is Eggplant. The summer temperatures have transformed the vegetable gardens of Wakulla County. The daily 90 degree plus thermometer readings and the typical… Read More