Attend free plant clinics offered by the Nassau County Extension office in Yulee. Bring plant samples with problems for diagnosis. Learn about how to add seasonal color to your landscape with a free “Landscape Matters” class on annuals. Master Gardeners are on phone duty every Friday, call with your questions, 904-491-7340.
Nassau County, Florida residents are invited to free plant clinics (bring plant samples showing problems in landscapes for solutions). Want advice on plant selections so your garden blooms in the Spring, Summer and Fall? Free gardening clinic on perennials. Also, a fun workshop to build a rain barrel for your yard. The bi-annual plant sale will be held on May 18, 2013.
Learn about ladybugs (“ladybird beetles”), and more gardening topics. Expert gardening and landscaping advice offered by the Nassau County, Florida Extension. Also see listing of April 2013 FREE gardening clinics for local residents.
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA GARDENING: Participate in a “make and take” session. Features making a water conserving rain barrel for your yard. Discussed will be the merits of water conservation and the ease of using rain water for gardening. This class will provide rain barrels which will be fitted for use in residential landscape homes.
GARDEN TALK: Chinese cabbage is a cool season vegetable which means it should be grown here from fall to early spring. The leaves of the herb, borage, can be eaten raw or sautéed like spinach or added to cheese, fish, or poultry dishes. Read Florida gardening tips from the Nassau County Extension.
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