El Niño Typical January-March weather pattern during an El Niño event. Source: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration You may have heard reports that we’re in an El Niño year, or experiencing an El Niño event. However, you may not know what exactly El Niño is or how it will effect South Florida gardening. It’s a… Read more »
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Indoor houseplants, the more you have, the cleaner the air you will breath.
Pothos (Epipremnum aureum), like these in hanging baskets, can also help to clean the air. Houseplants have long been loved as a way to bring some of the warmth and comforts of the outside, natural world indoors. But did you know that the plant on your desk may not just be brightening your day,… Read more »
August Tips & Tricks for South Florida Landscapes “Soil Solarization”
The hottest days of summer are upon us with temperatures in the 90’s with heat indexes above 100. While some may find it too hot to work in the garden right now, you can put the climbing temperatures to use and solarize your garden. Effective solarization takes 4 to 6 weeks, so start now to get your garden… Read more »