In the Garden
Each month on Dimensions, the agents and volunteers from the University of Florida / Leon County Cooperative Extension provide tips and helpful hints to make your home landscape a place you can really enjoy. Whether you’re into flowers or vegetables, have got a pair of green thumbs or can’t tell a weed from a flower, the folks from the Leon County Extension can help you make the most of your lawn and gardens.
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Season 7 Features
June 4, 2014
The season is turning to summer here in the Big Bend, and that means there will be a chance for a...
May 14, 2014
Spring is in full swing and lots of people are outside, working in and enjoying their gardens. Bu...
Pruning Fruit Trees
February 5, 2014
While this cold weather might have you thinking more about indoor activities, February is a good ...
January 8, 2014
Most people living here in Florida know that Palm Trees are native to our state and that one type...
Erosion and Drainage Issues
December 4, 2013
If youve done any gardening or landscape work in the Tallahassee area, you know all about our soi...
November 6, 2013
Time for another visit from our friends at the Leon County Extension. Today, Trevor Hylton is her...
October 2, 2013
If youve been thinking about hiring a company to take care of your lawn or landscape for you, the...
September 4, 2013
This month In the Garden, were going to meet Taylor Vandiver. Taylor is the new Horticulture Agen...
Canopy Roads and Tree Codes
August 7, 2013
Leon County, as we know, has great trees. They grace our canopy roads and in our yards and people...
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