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   Mar 28

Thomasville Flower Show Field Trip

Here are a couple of pictures from our field trip to the Thomasville Flower Show on March 26. We also visited Geko Gardens Nursery and for some great deals. Geko is a nice option for when you want to skip the crowds at Tallahassee Nursery. Finally, we tooled around town and finished up with lunch […]

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   Oct 28

Building A Greenhouse

We had a great time at the Extension Office Open House on Saturday, including watching this demonstration on building a small greenhouse. Many beautiful plants are in bloom, and we came away with some great gardening ideas. For more information, go to the Leon County Extension Office.

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   Jan 20

Cooking with Herbs

Mango Salsa Recipe Ingredients 1 ripe mango, peeled, pitted, and diced (about 1 1/2 cup) (See: How to Cut a Mango) 1/2 medium red onion, finely chopped 1 JalapeƱo chile, minced (include ribs and seeds for a hotter taste if desired) 1 small cucumber, peeled and diced (about 1 cup) 3 Tbsp fresh cilantro leaves, […]

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   Sep 16

Navigating the Wisteria Circle website

Here’s the PowerPoint we will be reviewing at our next meeting. See you there! Wisteria PowerPoint

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   Jun 22

Planters: How’s YOUR Osteospermum?

Remember back to April? It was cool. Rain was regular. And we created patio planters in our Wisteria meeting at the garden club. I’m sure you’ve all taken great care of your little pots full of color. So let’s see how they are doing. The picture to the left is the planter I brought as […]

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   Jun 18

Air Layering Camellias with Howard Rhodes

Air layering is the process of propagating new camellias from previously established plants. The ancient Chinese developed a variation of this process by burying the branch of a living camellia under the ground to produce new roots. Instead of having to wait several years for the camellia to reach a moderate size, air layering will […]

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   Jun 11

Visit To Jim West’s Lincoln Plant Sale

For those of you who didn’t make it to the Lincoln plant sale after our last meeting, I’m posting the pictures of the trellis Jim described. As you can tell, it’s in its infancy. He’s stretched some wire and string for the plants to climb up on. He explained that once the vines get big […]

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