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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

Lichens

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

 

Contact

UF/IFAS Extension Baker County

1025 W. Macclenny Ave.

Macclenny, FL 32063

904-259-3520

baker@ifas.ufl.edu