As an avid herb gardener, I have often wondered why my oregano is often flavorless when incorporated into meals but still smells strongly when handled in the garden. Thankfully our herb demonstration garden at UF / IFAS Extension Washington ... READ MORE
Spring Gardening and Cooking: Potatoes and Sweet Potatoes: Saturday February 18, 2023 10am to 12pm
Please join us for an informative workshop to learn about
growing a bountiful spring potato crop and a summer sweet
potato crop. Also, attendees ... READ MORE
Northwest Florida, in the next few days, is set to receive some of the coldest weather in recent years, with lows ranging from 18 ºF to 28 ºF three to four nights in a row. This has the potential to impact our home garden citrus and winter ... READ MORE
Coming up next week is the second installment of our Blueberry Production Workshop. We had a good turnout in Jackson County and are offering it again in Washington County. We still have several seats left so follow the link below to register. ... READ MORE
As spring has officially sprung, my mind has been turning to what delectable delights we may be able to grow this year in our Extension Demonstration Vegetable Garden. A few years ago, I was introduced to the very flavorful pepper, aji charapita ... READ MORE
Please join us for an informative workshop to learn about growing a bountiful spring vegetable garden and herb garden in raised beds. You will learn about strawberries, squash, tomatoes, peppers, herbs and more.
Prep starts early so learn NOW, ... READ MORE
During cold winter weather, one doesn’t often think about spraying fruit trees and ornamental shrubs for spring insects and diseases. It’s just not on the radar, but it turns out that January and February are the best time ... READ MORE
During these unusual times, the Gardening in the Panhandle Team has been working to bring you quality remote content through this online newsletter. In that vein, we have developed some new educational programming for our loyal readers.
Our ... READ MORE
Become a Better Gardener with the Gardening in the Panhandle e-Newsletter!
While many were in Quarantine from Covid-19, many of us finally have time to get out and pay attention to our home landscapes and vegetable gardens. I actually woke ... READ MORE