Gardening in the Panhandle

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Gardening in the Panhandle LIVE! 2021

Gardening in the Panhandle LIVE! 2021

We are back with new topics and guest speakers for 2021! All sessions are Thursdays at noon CDT or 1:00 p.m. EDT. There are two ways to join the Gardening in the Panhandle LIVE! webinars: 1. Facebook Live – Follow us on Facebook and follow individual webinar Events....

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Bzzzz, It’s Mosquito Season

Bzzzz, It’s Mosquito Season

Now that we’re getting plenty of rain and the temperatures are nice and toasty, our nemesis to enjoying the outdoors is back in full force. Yes, I’m talking mosquitoes, the reason for inventing window screens! If you’re gardening outside these days, you’ve probably...

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Five Reasons for Lack of Fruiting in Figs

Five Reasons for Lack of Fruiting in Figs

Q. One of my two fig trees has produced a few figs. The other one, which is the largest and healthiest tree, has never had a fig on it. Both where planted six years ago. Why is it not producing? A. It may be a matter of age and being overly vigorous. When a fruit tree...

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Florida Wildflowers: Brown-eyed Susan

Florida Wildflowers: Brown-eyed Susan

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia hirta, has been a very popular garden perennial for generations. Fewer gardeners have experience with, or even heard of its’ close relative, brown-eyed Susan, Rudbeckia triloba. So, what is the difference between them? Brown-eyed Susan has...

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Stinkhorn Mushrooms

Stinkhorn Mushrooms

While there are many fungi that produce mushrooms out in the world around us, there are some that are particularly notable. Edible varieties such as the lion's mane, jelly ear, and chanterelle may be welcome additions to the landscape. We may have to look out for...

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