A Coleus plant. (Picture thanks to Jacqlyn Rivas.)
The College of Florida Institute of Food and also Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) has lots of outstanding tools for garden enthusiasts. The Central Florida Horticulture Schedule is a favored for those of us that like to obtain our hands filthy. This resource offers information you require on what to plant, what horticulture tasks to do as well as when. These jobs include pruning, feeding, searching for parasites as well as a lot more.
Focusing on the month of July, under the classification of What to Plant, the headings include: Annuals/Bedding Plants, Light Bulbs, Herbs, Palms as well as Vegetables. Each category consists of a web link to various other UF magazines by subject. For instance, under Vegetables, okra as well as southern peas can be grown. Under the group of What to Do, the headings include: Trees, Lawns, Fertilizer bans, Veggie Yard, Azaleas, Irrigation, Pests on Ornamental Plants and also Citrus.
An additional exceptional resource is the Florida Veggie Gardening Guide at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/vh021. This magazine supplies details regarding Florida vegetables and also consists of yield, days to harvest, spacing plants and also rows, seed depth as well as transplantability. You will certainly likewise find advised selections for our location with notes/remarks as well as products presently labeled for insect monitoring in home vegetable gardens.
For more information on What to Plant as well as What to Do, you can access the Central Florida Horticulture Schedule at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ep450. It is a wonderful, totally free resource. You can review this paper and the Veggie Gardening Guide online, publish them or grab copies at our workplace.
We can buy a selection of plants that are available, yet that does not always mean they are the ideal option for the month or period. Both gardening schedules will assist you select the right plant, which can save you time and money by growing, feeding and also trimming when ideal.
For assistance with horticultural concerns, call 744-5519 or visit us at the UF/IFAS Extension Hillsborough County, 5339 County Rd. 579 in Seffner. You can access our calendar of occasions at http://sfyl.ifas.ufl.edu/hillsborough/upcoming-events/. Our Florida-Friendly Landscape design ™ Facebook web page is located at https://www.facebook.com/HCFFL/. We intend to see you at an approaching workshop quickly. Bear in mind to recycle, lower, reuse and duplicate.