We are thrilled to have Anne Yasalonis with us today, as she discusses Spring Gardening for residents in Florida.
Anne Yasalonis is the residential horticulture agent and master gardener volunteer coordinator at UF/IFAS in Polk County. The residential horticulture program focuses on providing research-based education to Polk County residents on topics of Florida-Friendly Landscaping and best management practices for the home lawn and landscape. Anne began her journey with horticulture at Virginia Tech University, and went on to get her masters from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is her vast knowledge that gives her the name, “The Master Gardener”.
In this episode, learn about:
- Anne’s background and current role with UF/IFAS
- How to lay the groundwork for your own spring garden
- Vegetables suitable to grow in Spring in North, Central, and South Florida
- Additional ways to tend to your Spring garden
Locate state gardening events: https://gardeningsolutions.ifas.ufl.edu/mastergardener/events/index.html
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