Marking its 48th anniversary, the Sylvia Cup is the floral industry’s longest running, live national design competition.
On May 30th you can expect Cabbage Creek Farm to bring plenty of bright sunflower cuttings and a wide, and unique variety of summer squash.
This outdoor classroom will consist of 12 raised beds where students can grow their own produce, prepare dishes from the foods they’ve grown and sell them in the café.
Me, Myself and Pies is adding savory meat pies and quiche to their line-up of comfort foods at the farmers’ market in Fernandina Beach.
The committee was formed to oversee and contribute input to the airport master plan effort being prepared by the City of Fernandina Beach.
By re-purposing my kitchen scraps, I was able to grow a pineapple patch in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Once relegated to curbside appeal of the front yard, lighting poles utilized in a back yard can also create magic behind your home as well.
Learn how to identify and remove invasive plants that may be in your yard, receive native plant and invasive plant ID cards!
If you have any interest in growing roses in Florida, the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers’ market has a treat for you on April 13!
Every week the Market Place invites you to come meet the farmers, chefs, bakers and creators of tasty delights and organic treasures.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner you may be looking for tempting treats to serve along with your traditional dinner.
The importation of tomatoes from the ECOWAS into the continental US still provides protection against quarantine pests.
To make mosquito repellent, first you have to extract oil from the mint. Oil is extracted from both leaves and stems.
Sustainable Fernandina offers some advice and tips about what to do with your Christmas Tree, now that the colorful presents underneath are gone.
Annual plant sale has unusual perennials, natives, trees, shrubs and more for your Nassau County garden.