Lawn & Garden
Florida gardening presents unique challenges, so we offer research-based assistance, information, and advice. Whether you are developing a vegetable garden, choosing landscape plants, or seeking information about lawn care, our resources will help you make your yard green and beautiful.
To find out what Extension services are available in your area or to get personal assistance, please contact your county Extension office.
Scouting is an important part of pest management that helps you to decide if you tolerate or treat for insects. More...
Honey bees are disappearing from hives across the country, and the cause still hasn't been determined. More...
Found a bug? How do you know if it's a good bug or a bad bug? Use UF/IFAS ID resources, of course! More...
You work hard to keep your animals healthy and safe. Make sure they're not ingesting toxic plants. More...
Florida's summers are too hot for many garden crops, but some varieties will still produce in the heat. More...
If you'd like to start a community garden in your own town, get an information overview of the process. More...
- Entomology and Nematology Department
- Environmental Horticulture Department
- Extension Soil Testing Laboratory
- FAWN: Florida Automated Weather Network
- Florida Master Gardener Program
- Florida Partnership for Water, Agriculture & Community Sustainability at Hastings
- Florida-Friendly Landscaping™
- Gardening in a Minute
- Horticultural Sciences Department
- IPM Florida
- Landscape Plants
- Living Green
- Pesticide Information Office
- Plant Pathology Department
- School Gardens
- Soil and Water Science Department
- Trees and Hurricanes