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Florida Vegetable Gardening Guide Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Vegetable gardening offers fresh air, sunshine, exercise, enjoyment, mental therapy, nutritious fresh vegetables, and economic savings, as well as many other benefits. Vegetables can be grown year-round in Florida if attention is paid to the appropriate planting dates. While this guide provides recommendations primarily for home gardens, the information may be useful in other situations, such as container, community, and market gardens.
Spring Gardening Checklist Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Spring is a great time to evaluate the condition of your yard and garden. The American Nursery & Landscape Association (ANLA) offers the following “clip and save list” of springtime gardening chores. Launch a lawn maintenance program. Fertilize, seed or mow, based on turf requirements.
Hurricane Resistant Trees for Your Florida Landscape Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
The hurricanes of the past few years have taught us a lot about what trees will and will-not stand-up to hurricane force winds. Below is list of trees suggested for planting in hurricane susceptible areas and those recommended to be removed before the next category storm crosses the state. This list is not exhaustive and is culled from various lists of recommended storm resistant trees for Florida and the south as well as personal observation. Certain wind, placement, soil and pruning factors mu...
Home Grown Florida Pineapples Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
1. Get your favorite pineapple from the grocery store. Cut or twist off the crown from the top of the fruit and set aside. Eat the rest of the fruit as you normally would. 2. Allow the bottom of the crown to dry out for a day or two. 3. Plant in sandy well-drained soil. 4. Water weekly. Pineapples, like most Bromeliads, prefer water in their vase-like tops. 5. Once the young plant is established, pour a cupful of well balanced diluted water soluble liquid fertilizer into the top ...
Feng Shui in the Florida Garden Topic: Miscellaneous Articles
Although many basic rules of the eastern teachings of Feng Shui can be transferred to your garden, it is to be believed falsely, such a garden must have a completely determined appearance. Adjust elements of your garden for weak points and consider your given circumstances. It is not critical if you cannot adhere strictly to the rules of Feng Shui. Begin simply with the transformation of individual garden areas which disturb you the most. Small modifications like a waterfountain or windchimes in...
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