Break out your watering cans and pruning shears because it’s January in the Florida Garden!
Ever noticed a flower that almost looks like a bull’s-eye? That’s no coincidence. Circular patterns, lines and “landing strips” can literally point to the sweet treats within.
Herb garden enthusiasts here in Florida have a lot to contend with when we grow our gardens. Not only do we occasionally see freezes and frosts, we have the harsh sun—and in south Florida—the tropical humid climate with which to work.
Pipevine swallowtail. Red-spotted purple. Long-tailed skipper. Many Florida butterflies are even more spectacular than their names suggest. Several species of butterflies, however, are in serious decline, particularly in South Florida.