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Florida-Friendly LandscapingTM

Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ (FFL) means using low-maintenance plants and environmentally sustainable practices. Learn how you can have a beautiful landscape that could save you time, energy and money while protecting our future.

Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program

Baker County Fact Sheets

Wildflowers & Native Plants

Popular Native Plants

Underutilized Native Plants

Wildflowers: What's Blooming - From Common to Rare

Wildflowers: What's Blooming - Plants with Animal Names

Wildflowers: What's Blooming - Carnivorous Plants

Wildflowers: What's Blooming - Native Milkweeds

Wildflowers: What's Blooming - Grass-like Plants

Lawns & Landscapes

Container Gardening

Fertilizer Rates for Lawns and Landscapes

Fertilizing Your North Florida Lawn

Florida Arbor Day: Caring For Your Tree

Florida Friendly Landscaping: Groundcovers for Baker County

Florida Friendly Landscaping: Shrubs for Baker County

Florida Friendly Landscaping: Trees for Baker County

Florida Friendly Landscaping: Vines for Baker County

Florida Friendly Landscaping: Plants for Wet Areas of Baker County


Plants for Alkaline Soils

Plants for Baker County Landscapes (Brochure)

Plants for Wet Areas of Baker County (Brochure)

Plant Propagation

Ragweed vs. Goldenrod: Clearing the Confusion for Allergy Sufferers

Turgrass Disease Identification Guide

Turfgrass Insect Pest Identification Guide

Wood Ashes in the Garden

Pest Management

Black Sooty Mold on Landscape Plants

Bt - Bacillus thuringiensis: Nature's Way to Control Caterpillars and Mosquitoes

Diagnosing Insect and Disease Problems in Florida Turfgrass

Disinfecting Pruning Tools

The Perfect Yellow Fly Trap

Purple Trailing Lantana - Invasive

Composting, Recycling, Water Conservation

Rain Barrels: Building, Installing, and Maintaining

Recycling in the Garden

Building a Compost Bin with Shipping Pallets

Water Conservation Tips

Additional Information & Resources

Baker County Garden Spot on Facebook

Additional Resources



UF/IFAS Extension Baker County

1025 W. Macclenny Ave.

Macclenny, FL 32063