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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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This 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 out...
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Remember though, this is just a generic list. At your house in your gardening, things aren’t going to be generic. Yours may be warmer, cooler, sunnier, shadier, dryer, moister, more fertile, different pH, more organic matter, yadda yadda yadda… than the average generic garden. Look around your...
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Florida vegetable gardening, Heirloom Seeds, vegetable and herb plants. Seed saving, growing guides, stackable grow pots. Vertical hydroponic smart garden. I specifically hand pick every pack of the seeds we sell for Florida. I also hand pack each pack of seeds which allows me to pick out any...
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Due to the global Covid-19 pandemic, I am staying offline a lot more than usual. My computer lacks an internet connection on our land, so I have to go out to a resort to borrow the net, which is an unnecessary risk. Watch your backs and feel free to browse the archives here if I don’t post as...
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That’s an almost unimaginable sight today. U.S. monarch populations have declined by 90 percent in the past 20 years, according to the nonprofit Center for Biological Diversity. They’re nearly extinct west of the Rockies. Scientists cite the loss of native milkweeds, the plants monarch caterpillars eat, from habitat destruction and herbicides. Last year, East Coast monarchs saw a small bump in...
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Dear VAGC Members It is with pride and appreciation that I look forward to my presidency during our 2019-2020 program year. I've received so many valuable gifts since becoming a VAGC member. I've been rewarded with the opportunity to serve our community through participating in ouir enormously successful annual Home Tours and wonderful Scholarship Program. Participating in our Floral Design...
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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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Get help for your projects, share your finds, and show off your Before & After. Marble herringbone kitchen backsplash install - Cutting / Saw question. Sunlight destroys virus quickly, but pandemic could last thru summer. Custom IKEA retrofit doors are complete junk, what are our options? For information on the new look and features, please visit the FAQ. What rose is this?--Very old belongs to...
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We have a Haitian friend who comes by periodically to check up on the progress around our little farm. We first met him when he answered an ad we had placed in the paper to sell some of the gang of little male goats that had been born earlier in the year. He asked if he could walk around and look at everything. We obliged. The Haitian gentleman was thrilled to see that we had chickens and...
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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.”. “Have the mentality that failure is not an option and keep working hard. When you make it, you’ll have more freedom than...
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Inspiration and practical tips to help you grow a better garden. Basil downy mildew is spreading across North America. Find out how to identify it, how to prevent it and what to do if you spot this basil disease in your garden. Granular fertilizer, water-soluble fertilizer and compost — do you know which one is best for your plants? Learn how to use fertilizer properly in your garden. Think you...
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This site is owned and operated by Josh Thomas. Josh Thomas is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. Josh Thomas also participates in affiliate programs with Bluehost, Clickbank, CJ, ShareASale, and other sites. Josh Thomas is...
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The hardest part about the weather being so mild is trying to resist the temptation to garden like it's spring. I'm ready to cut every lanky and overgrown shrub back by February 1. It is advisable to wait until the last chance of frost date. I try to comply. Not so much because I think we might have some sudden freeze, but more so because the bushy shrubs protect the plants around them even...
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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. Stay Connected Receive Promotions and Discounts, sign up today to receive yours!
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What better way to spend a Thursday than with 300+ students competing in horticulture events? FNGLA’s 24 volunteer members did just this as FNGLA once again hosted middle and high school FFA chapters in: plant, pest and tool ID; floral design; irrigation operation; and, plant propagation. As the nation's largest state nursery and landscape association, FNGLA represents Florida's environmental...
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Help feed the bees that feed us - get growing with Florida's wildflowers! The Florida Wildflower Foundation has all the resources you'll need to get started. Search for publications, apply for grants, get classroom resources and more. Also known as Yellow pricklypoppy, Mexican pricklypoppy (Argemone mexicana) is an eye-catching wildflower with an imposing presence. Its brilliant blooms are...
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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. Gardenia Care 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 most frequently asked questions…solving problems at the time they occur…along with instructions on...
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A beautiful home, garden, and landscaping store located right outside of downtown Orlando in the Winter Park, Audubon Park neighborhood. Palmer's Garden. Even though our current weather pattern of afternoon thunderstorms and highs in the 90’s might not suggest, the time to plant vegetable gardens in Central Florida has arrived. If you are not from Central Florida or have never tried backyard...
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