Gardening just acquired effortless with this North Florida calendar

As we are about to transfer into a new calendar year, I needed to share with you a gardening source that you can use through the calendar year. It is the UF/IFAS Extension North Florida Gardening Calendar developed by Sidney Park Brown, Affiliate Professor Emeritus with the UF/IFAS Division of Environmental Horticulture. For every month, there is a segment on “What to plant” for that thirty day period and a part on “What to do” in our North Florida lawns, landscapes and gardens.

"White Azaleas celebrating the beginning of Spring at the home of Primo and Rita Acoba in Kings Point.

Listed here is the calendar for January. As you can see, there is a great deal to do even in January here in North Florida. Each and every thirty day period follows a equivalent format.

What to plant

Annuals/Bedding vegetation: Awesome-year annuals involve pansy, viola, petunia, and snapdragon. See Annuals:

Bulbs: Crinum, agapanthus, and gloriosa lily can be planted now. Mulch to guard from chilly temperatures. See Bulbs for Florida:

Camellias: Find and plant camellia this thirty day period. Take a look at regional nurseries now for the greatest collection of colours and forms. See Camellias:

Veggies: Irish potatoes can be planted now. Begin with balanced seed parts acquired from a regional nursery or on the web seed catalog. Go on planting cool-time crops, including broccoli, kale, carrots, and lettuce. See Vegetable Gardening in Florida: matter_vegetable_gardening.

The UF/IFAS Gardening Calendar has just been released. Learn when and how to plant your garden during North Florida's cool season.

What to Do

Deciduous fruit: Plant deciduous fruit trees now to give their roots time to produce in advance of the heat, dry spring months. Prune and fertilize current trees. See Temperate Fruit for the Household Landscape:

Chilly security: Be prepared to cover tender vegetation to minimize injury. Frost or freezes are possible this month and up coming. See Cold Security and Chilling Problems of Landscape Plants: matter_landscapes_and_chilly.

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