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Scientists at the University of Florida are the first to grow plants in soil from the Moon. They used soil collected during the Apollo 11, 12, and 17 missions. more
Here in Central Florida, many of us live in communities with homeowners associations (HOA's). They can be a good, but they usually aren't for food growers. more
For the green thumbs and garden-dreamers alike, every month we'll highlight a UF / IFAS feature plant that deserves a spotlight in Florida-friendly gardening. more
UF / IFAS Extension has their January selections ready to help you make a positive start to 2021. Classes range from beekeeping to diabetes prevention, and so much more. more
Looking for something a little different for your Florida garden? Our Plant of the Month series gives you everything you need to know about Roselle in November. more
If you live in Zone 1, Zone 2, or Zone 3 of the U.S., then you must protect your plants carefully, because they are likely to not survive the colder winter weather. more
By Ryan Wilson Along with the nice new online casinos, alternative energy sources are getting more and more popular nowadays. Thanks to the rising cost of natural gas, coal, and oil and their … more
By Justin Weinger If you've just bought your first house, you're probably feeling fairly exhausted by the process. The idea of having to do anything else at this point might seem nearly impossible … more
Focus on Gardening: What to plant in September From Madeline Iyer, University of Florida (UF), Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences The Gardening Calendars on the UF/IFAS Solutions for … more
Focus on Gardening: Plant of the Month From Madeline Iyer, University of Florida (UF), Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences Thryallis is a Florida-Friendly splash of color that we love to … more
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