Flagler county is located in the Agricultural “North” Region of Florida.
If you are a Florida based ornamental gardener, you might want to know what is blooming in the month of August:
Or if you love fresh vegetables and are growing your own veggies, then these Edibles planting projects may interest you:
Survives Transplanting: Beets, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Chinese Cabbage, Collards, Eggplant, Endive/Escarole, Kale, Peppers, Tomatoes.
Transplant with Care: Carrots, Celery, Mustard.
Use Seeds: Beans (bush, pole, lima), Cucumbers, Onions (green, shallot), Squash, (summer, winter), Turnips.
Lots of choice!! Enjoy!!!
The Infographics are produced by the University of Florida, IFAS Extension and can be found here online: http://gardeningsolutions.ifas.ufl.edu/plants/plant-of-the-month/infographics.html.
PDF versions of the Infographics can be downloaded and printed if you are interested.
I am very, very new here, moved from a cabin on a mountain in Colorado 2 mos ago. I adore bees, plants, flowers, trees, moss, sphagnum, tanslandsia…just everything, love earth! I’ve worked in horticulture, also in grooming plants for malls, the owner of Papa John’s pizza, senators, riverboats etcetera in Missouri, worked in Las Vegas with plants…..but…I’m shocked at what I can stick in the ground here!! I love it!
I am however too computer illiterate to download your app to join!! Duh! I’m wondering if your having meetings and if there will be one next month? I’m very excited about possibly joining…hoping you’ll except me?!? I’ll promise to wear a mask….Oh, also worked in floral design