1. 11-09-2015 If you've been fighting with your Florida garden, you're doing it wrong! Florida wants to be covered in forest, not grass and annuals. Picture yourself strolling through a lush and tame jungle loaded with sweet fruit, vegetables, roots, medicinal herbs, flowers and darting butterflies. Now...
  2. 14-02-2011 Put the fruits of your labors front and center! With plentiful sun, open space, and an audience appreciative passersby, the front yard has all the ingredients for a beautiful and bountiful garden. Let famed blogger and garden designer Ivette Soler show you how to make over all or part of that...
  3. 01-01-1998 As the natural landscape becomes more humanized, the habitat for many wildlife species has been lost or degraded. In a clear, step-by-step format, this book tells how to create a wildlife-friendly landscape that takes into account both people and nature. The authors' theme--"put back what you...
  4. 01-01-1998 Veteran gardener and best-selling author Lois Trigg Chalplic and expert Florida gardener Monica Moran Brandies recommend hundreds of plants for hundreds of uses, noting the best growing zones and sharing helpful hints and insights. To aid you in making the most of Florida's temperate and tropical...
  5. This publication descusses the history of the tree in Florida and how to grow, protect, harvest and market the fruit. 45 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. 01-01-1991 How-to book on how to choose and grow Florida fruit for your own home. Authoritative photographic guide to the selection of choice fresh fruit that grow well in Florida. Descriptions, salt and cold tolerances, fruiting dates, culture, propagation, and much more pertinent information. Grow fruit...
  7. Great resource for fish found in local SW Florida saltwater.
  8. UF/IFAS TREC is the premier research, extension, and teaching institution in Florida with primary focus on tropical and subtropical fruit crops, traditional and tropical vegetables, tropical ornamental crops, energy crops and natural resources in the warm subtropics. Due to the region's humid...
  9. 01-06-1960 This book will not attempt to cover either all tropical fruits or citrus fruits, but will deal primarily with the more popular varieties of the small fruit and pnut trees which will thrive and produce fruit in the state. 59 pages, illustrated
  10. 01-01-1975 Many mites are microscopic in size, and distinguishing characters given in scientific descriptions are visible only through a high-powered, compound, phase microscope. As a result there is a great need for a non-technical publication that permits the identification of mites under grove conditions...