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The Citrus Leafminer (Phyllocnistis citrella) attacks all types of citrus trees anywhere in Florida. The adult is a small moth that lays eggs on the undersides of young, tender leaves. The eggs hatch and the larvae burrow into the…
Tim UR / shutterstock.com - Trim back perennials and annuals to encourage a fall flush of blooms. - Give your citrus trees a final application of fertilizer for the year. Use a formula developed specifically for citrus and follow the…
Bloom-worthy tips for your summer garden.
Ginger plants add lush foliage to your landscaping.
Prep for garden chores and part with pests.
Prep your spring bulbs, plan your garden chores and prevent pesky pests.
Micro-irrigation systems, armadillos and a garden chore checklist.
Rain gardens serve as mini-retention ponds.
Miss Grow It All knows how to keep tomatoes healthy.
Companion planting is a smart idea with a long history.
Tips for making your holiday poinsettia last.
Choosing the best bulbs for North Florida.
Growing tropical plants in North Florida.
Turn a storm-water runoff into a great benefit for your garden.
Want healthy grass? Pay attention, and your grass will tell you when it needs watering and fertilizer.
Yes, you can grow citrus
in North Florida.
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