Ever heard of “slime mold?” Learn more about both Zoysiagrass, St. Augustinegrass, plus citrus psyllids and citrus greening.
A wildflower, Bee balm or Horsemint (Monarda punctata), is very easy to grow, attracts butterflies and produces fragrant, beautiful flowers lasting from summer through the fall.
One of her “favorites,” the director of the Nassau County Extension, Rebecca Jordi, recommends planting Oakleaf Hydrangea.
Imagine a tree that takes five people to reach around it. It grows on Amelia Island and is Florida’s “state champion” Loblolly pine tree.