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  • August 5 – 9

    Rain Barrels
    Accessible Gardens
    Hand Watering
    Quick vs Slow Release Fertilizers

  • July 29 – August 2

    Lily of the Nile
    FFL Principle 7: Recycle
    Perennial Peanut
    Pickling Vegetables
    Selecting Trees That Can Withstand Hurricanes

  • July 22 – 26

    Master Gardener Plant Clinics
    Blackberry Lily
    Grafting and Budding Plants
    Using Reclaimed Water

  • July 15 – 19

    Crinum Lilies
    Soil Solarization
    Formal Gardens
    Self-watering Container Gardens

  • July 8 – 12

    Freezing Fruits and Vegetables
    Garden Camps for Kids
    Organic Lawn Care
    Starting Your Own Compost

  • July 1 – 5

    Peacock Ginger
    Sharpening the Mower Blade
    Controlling Caterpillars with BT
    Tropical Sod Webworms

  • June 24 – 28

    Living Fences
    Orchid Diseases
    Garden Projects For Kids
    FFL Principle # 6: Manage Yard Pests Responsibly

  • June 17 – 21

    Chinese Elm
    Horticultural Soaps
    Fairy Rings
    Mowing Safety
    Orchid Pests

  • June 10 – 14

    Preparing To Plant A Lawn
    Why Won't My Bougainvillea Bloom?
    Preventing And Capturing Runoff
    Creeping Fig
    Quick vs. Slow-Release Fertilizers

  • June 3 – 7

    Drift Roses
    Garden Sheds
    Choosing The Right Crapemyrtle
    Summer Bedding Plants
    Rain Garden Plants

  • May 27 – 31

    Preparing Trees For Hurricanes
    Angel's Trumpet
    Updated Plant Hardiness Zones
    Harvesting And Storing Vegetables
    FFL Principle #5: Attract Wildlife

  • May 20 – 24

    Jerusalem Artichoke
    Garden Sheds
    Sweet Potatoes
    Testing Rain Sensors
    Florida-Friendly Roses

  • May 13 – 17

    Outdoor Furniture
    Hurricane Pruning Palms
    Florida Garden Select Plants
    What Is Climate Change?

  • May 6 – 10

    Beach Sunflower
    Recycled Utility Mulch
    Designing Low-Water Use Landscapes
    Training Vines
    Trees And Powerlines

  • April 29 – May 3

    Harvesting And Storing Vegetables
    FFL Principle #4: Mulch
    Persian Shield
    Watering Newly Planted Trees
    Summer Vegetable Gardens

  • April 22 – 26

    Controlling Weeds In Landscape Beds
    How To Take A Turfgrass Sample
    Bird Of Paradise
    Tools For Weeding
    Resurrection Fern

  • April 15 – 19

    Salt-Tolerant Landscapes
    Improving Your Lawn's Drought Tolerance
    How to Calculate Fertilizer for Your Lawn
    Starting A Community Garden

  • April 8 – 12

    Preparing Your Greenhouse For Summer
    Large Patch Disease
    Downy Mildew On Impatiens
    Pond Cypress

  • April 1 – 5

    Hot Peppers
    Updated Plant Hardiness Zones
    Pruning Azaleas
    Gardening In Bags

  • March 25 – 29

    Swamp Lily
    Learning to Set Your Irrigation Timer
    Fragrance Gardens
    FFL Principle #3: Fertilize Appropriately

  • March 18 – 22

    Drip Irrigation
    Spot-treating for Pests
    Watering the Vegetable Garden
    Bold, Beautiful Containers

  • March 11 – 15

    Canna Leaf Rollers
    Beggar’s Tick
    Butterfly Bush

  • March 4 – 8

    Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival
    Spring Vegetable Gardens
    Spring Flower Beds
    When Should I Fertilize my Lawn?

  • February 25 – March 1

    Succession Planting of Vegetables
    Hardening Off Seedlings
    Weed Management in Lawns
    FFL Principle #2: Water Efficiently

  • February 18 – 22

    Starting Bulbs in Pots
    Changing an Irrigation Head
    Pruning Deciduous Fruit Trees
    Backyard Chickens

  • February 11 – 15

    Buying Roses
    Chinese Fringe Bush
    Color Theory
    Long-lasting Cut Flowers
    Vegetable Garden Transplants

  • February 4 – 8

    Repotting Cactus Plants
    Starting Vegetable Gardens From Seed
    Southern Shield Fern
    Pre-emergence Herbicides

  • January 28 – February 1

    Low-cost, Low-care Landscapes
    Harvesting Citrus
    FFL Principle #1: Right Plant, Right Place
    Taiwan Cherry

  • January 21 – 25

    Planning Side Yard Gardens
    Pruning Ornamental Grasses
    Garden Knives
    Renovating Your Lawn

  • January 14 – 18

    Transplanting Trees
    Container Garden Care
    What is Florida-Friendly Landscaping?

  • January 7 – 11

    Contemporary Gardens
    Camellia Pest Problems
    Cross Pollination in Fruit Crops
    Arbor Day

  • December 31 – January 4

    Backyard Fires
    Bird Foods
    Pruning Crapemyrtles