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  • Cold Affected Local Yards

     
    Some late cold caught many of our plants by surprise. In my own yard the ends of nasturtiums, begonias, tomato plants, pineapples and more were all damaged. Some usually cold hardy cabbage was damaged too. Even the grass that has been a good green color...
  • Pictures in the News | April 18, 2013

     
    Pictures in the News | April 18, 2013...
  • Rose Care Time for Local Plantings

     
    Let’s face it – Roses need a little care. Maybe this is one reason they do not seem to be as popular with gardeners as they were ten or so years ago. It may also be we don’t pick the right varieties or give them just that little care...
  • The Week in Pictures | April 15 – April 21, 2013

     
    The eyes of the world were on Boston this week with the two bomb blasts during the marathon on Monday and subsequent manhunt for two brothers believed to be the perpetrators....
  • Rains Help Gardens Get Growing

     
    Much of Central Florida received 2 to 4 inches of mainly gentle rain over the last week or so. It is this rain that can start a good fall garden. Now is the time to be planting tomatoes, peppers, beans, corn, squash, cucumbers and more. Many friends...
  • Tricks to Keep the Garden Growing

     
    Gardens are fun to plant but not always easy to keep growing. Sometimes you just need a few tricks to make growing your next harvests easy and enjoyable. Number one is keeping the soils moist. I know you added lots of organic matter to the sandy soils but...
  • If some is good, more is not better . . .

     
    If some is good, many folks believe that more is better. This is sooooo not true for so many things. If you use too much insecticide in your mix, it could damage the plant or lead to quicker insect resistance.......
  • Why teachers have test anxiety, too

     
    The statement of the obvious: Bad teachers are afraid of being evaluated based on how well their students perform on standardized tests. When they fail their students, their students fail them. The question: But why are so many presumptively good......
  • Lawn Feeding Time Is Here

     
    Dark days of summer are over for local residents. What do you mean, you say? It has been sunny with occasional rains and the days ha ve been bright. Well, many residents have been in a ‘Black Out’ period for lawn care. They could not legally...
  • Grow Big Onions From Transplants

     
    Most gardeners use onions in some form. You may fry them to add to meat dishes, cut them into salads, use them as a topping for pizzas or eat them as springers and whole onions. Think how many onions you buy. Well, you could be growing most of your needs....
  • Recycled, USA-made home-garden products: Old plastic becomes new and useful again

    Recycled, USA-made home-garden products: Old plastic becomes new and useful again
    Here's a friendly, informative e-mail I recently received: "My name is Joey, an intern at TerraCycle, a company that makes innovative home and garden products from a variety of non-recyclable materials. Our products areĀ  all natural, recycled, made...