Spring means strawberries in Florida, and if you are not lucky you can still find plenty of berries to make your favorite recipes.
Sunday is the first day of spring and this is the time to plant your fruits and vegetables for the growing season.
After a particularly cold winter, nature has brought spring to Amelia Island.
There are many benefits and upgrades to riding lawn mowers that make their high price tag worth the upgrade.
Resurrection ferns, in the Southeast, thrive on the large branches of the live oak tree.
Figs are high in calcium, fiber, potassium and magnesium and eating them fresh, right off of the tree is the best!
I love tomatoes straight from the garden. With tomato prices skyrocketing in Florida, I decided to plant my own.
The Amelia Island Museum of History is happy to announce the opening of the Volunteer History Garden on Saturday from 4 to 6 PM.
After a long hard winter, it seems that spring has finally sprung in Northeast Florida! The trees are budding, the flowers are blooming, and spring is in the air!
During daylight savings time, we are allowed to water twice a week instead of once.
The Fernandina Farmer’s Market is hosting the first ever, two day, Amelia Island Garden Show, with over 50 “invitation only” vendors and industry experts in March.
On Amelia Island, Florida, where it only freezes a handful of times per year at the most, people need to know the best way to protect their tender tropical plants from the freezing weather.
No matter whether you choose pine straw or mulch, your home will look great and you will know you have the freshest looking lawn on the block.
I have been in the landscaping and lawn care business for 30 years I am definitely going about it all wrong.
The new restrictions only allow for one (1) day a week watering until daylight savings time takes effect on the second Sunday in March.