Get expert help from gardening gurus at Nassau County, Florida Extension. Free October 2012 “Plant Clinics” to diagnose your problems and provide solutions. Read gardening Q & A about Peacock Gingers, growing beets this fall, and lawn weeds.
SEPTEMBER 2012 GARDENING: Learn about bulbs by attending a Nassau County, Florida “Landscape Matters” class. Drop by free “Plant Clinic” to diagnose problems in your landscape, bring samples to county extension office. Also read Rebecca Jordi’s gardening Q & A topics this week in “Garden Talk.”
Is your cat eating plants? Find out toxic plants to keep away from your precious pet. Also, how to repot and care for an orchid. See September 2012′s free gardening clinics. Did you know Master Gardeners are on office duty at the Nassau County Extension every Friday to assist you?
Silverleaf croton is one of many important sand dune plants essential for reducing erosion by keeping the sand dunes in place. It can provide shelter for small animals and invertebrates. Also learn more about how to control the American grasshopper to avoid injury to citrus, corn, cotton, oats, peanuts, rye, sugarcane, tobacco and vegetables.
Rainlily are low maintenance, flowering bulbs which flower from spring through the fall and one of the easiest bulbs to grow in Florida. When planted in an appropriate site, rainlily needs little care after planting; it tolerates most soil conditions and will not need fertilizer, irrigation, or replanting. Also read gardening advice about plums and coconut palms.
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