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FloridaGardener.com is a temperate, tropical & subtropical plant and garden site for the new to Florida gardener, amateur gardener and master gardener. All about Florida gardening, Florida plants and Florida landscape - FloridaGardener, is your source for Florida gardening and Florida landscaping information. Please visit the Florida Gardeners' Forum to meet other Florida Gardeners and to get...
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WOW! Looks like we might have another relatively winterless year (from about Orlando south anyway)... 5 in a row. That's good, but it's bad. Good because we get extra growth, don't have cold damage dieback, soil flora and fauna grow faster building that good rich soil, planting season is extended, more time to enjoy the outdoors in our garden paradises... Bad because no freeze means no killing...
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Learn to grow the most food with the least amount of work, and feed your family no matter what happens. My post “Are Chickens Worth it?” has picked up a lot of interest since I posted it a few months back. Liz commented recently: “Hey David, I appreciate your reflections on chickens and yes, for...
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Monthly Gardening tips for South Florida Gardeners, How to attract butterflies to your yard and more! The diary is a compilation of Haehle’s frequently asked questions from his radio show, column and personal appearances set in an easy to follow format. Month by month you will find answers to the...
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Florida Garden Supplies is one of the biggest suppliers of gardening indoor in the state of Florida. since day one we have been providing the best products in the market, hydroponic equipment, lighting, nutrients, media, and other cultivation supplies to commercial and hobby cultivators alike....
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Welcome to my raised bed vegetable gardening site. Planting tips, growing strategies, harvesting info, insect control, organic fertilizing, irrigation systems and bed construction will be featured. Root vegetables are fun and easy to grow. I always love the surprise of finding out how big the veggies are when I finally get to pull them. Carrots, radishes, beets, turnips, sweet poratoes, regular...
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Welcome to homeTownGarden.com, a new generation plant site that will feature friendly garden tips and information plus how-to videos and much more. We will be adding more information and features daily so stop back often! Used to be called the Monkey Jungle back in the days of old Florida. Here you could find monkeys and many other wild animals. Today, part of this history has been preserved in...
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Everything you need to know about South Florida Landscape Plants - Flower, tree, shrub and palm tree photos with descriptions, gardening how-to, the perfect guide for newbies, natives and snowbirds. Our visitors say it best... I have been on many, many gardening websites and I must say, your website is so informative, so specific. I have learned more in half hour on yours than hours on others....
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I think if you ask 100 different people the question “what is organic food and how is it (or should it) be grown” you would get 100 different answers. The answer involves legal definitions, many different personal opinions, methods that have been used for thousands of years and a whole lot of complicated modern science and technology. I hope that these postings will interest and benefit a wide...
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This Florida gardening blog offers tips and tricks to make your garden more beautiful. My name is Keri Byrum and if you love gardening, plants and trying new outdoor projects then you have come to the right place! Learn More About Me. Fresh from the Garden to the Table. Does it get much better than picking the finest and freshest food from you own yard? Do It Yourself Gardening Projects. Check...
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This one is shades of white and yellow. I also used two different shades for the leaves. As you can see, I tried a couple different tips out on this cake. If you found this post looking for how to use Russian piping tips, check out my how-to post here. I also have 5 pointers for beginners here. I also did a Starbucks cake recently, I’ll have to post that also. As you can tell, I have been doing...
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Hello and welcome to Florida Landscaping Today I’m Kurt Kmetz Florida Lawn and Ornamental Specialist with over fifteen years experience in Florida Landscaping. I would love to pass on my experience and knowledge to help you with your landscaping needs, with tips and information I have learned and used over the years.Thank you for visiting and Keep on growing! Kurt Kmetz. Thank you for visiting...
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“Being part of GrowFL has been very beneficial. The access to other successful business leaders and sharing their experiences has given me ideas and different approaches to consider in our planning processes. It gives me an ongoing opportunity to grow and to learn as a CEO.”. “Instead of being immersed in the day-to-day problems, the roundtable allows me to take action on bigger issues to drive...
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In the meantime, some plants are simply rotting from the rain, such as my Ichiban eggplant, which I cut back due to fungus caused by the distinct lack of airflow in the courtyard. Now it's stayed so wet that it's starting to get root rot, and I haven't had time to save seeds from it yet. The bell peppers, which like it a bit drier, are also struggling and have had to be cut back drastically to...
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Members of National Garden Clubs grow our world and green our communities. Our members create a powerful voice and expansive network for advancing common interests. We are one of the most recognized non-profits in the United States and the largest volunteer gardening organization in the world. Click here to watch our video. National Garden Clubs, Inc. provides education, resources, and national...
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Forest gardening is the most ancient form of land use, dating back to Creation. We were created to dress and to keep a garden named Eden. The name Eden means “delight” or “pleasing” so we were created to cultivate that which is delightful and pleasing to our Creator, to ourselves, and to others through us. Through this web site, I hope to stir up the capacity for that which is already within...
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Welcome to Native Choice Nursery! Our website is devoted to providing you with a comprehensive overview of the Native Plant Nursery and our Florida Native Plant services, including all the resources you will need to create your own beautiful garden or landscape while supporting the beauty, sustainability and conservation of our native plant species. Browse the categories below to find great...
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The rose has been a symbol of love, beauty, even war and politics from way back in time. The variety, color and even number of Roses carry symbolic meanings. The Rose is most popularly known as the flower of love, particularly Red Rose. Radio Garden Shows are not new. But this show is special. We only talk about gardening in our special area of the world. Zone 10. We’re sub-tropical. There’s...
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Florida gardening resources including flower encylepedia, tips, articles, pictures, links and free online newsletter. Welcome to GardeningInFlorida.com. Your one stop resource for information on gardening in Florida. This site was designed for those in the Sunshine State to find species information, Florida nurseries and growers, planting infomation and more. When Florida was discovered in 1513...
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Shakespeare famously wrote that "parting is such sweet sorrow." We know the feeling well, as Eleanor Dietrich steps down today from her post as the the Florida Wildflower Foundation's Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT)/Panhandle Wildflower Alliance (PWA) liaison. Liz Sparks, a veteran of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) and state Department of Environmental...
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