GARDENING BY REGION

GARDENING BY REGION

ARIZONA:

And, if you are over a hundred degrees in the summer and dry, dry, dry, you will want to look at this great article: I WANT NICE PLANTS, 
BUT I DON'T WANT TO HAVE TO 
WATER PLANTS

COLORADO:

Use the search button and type in herbs.
 This list of articles keeps going and going. 
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension.

FLORIDA:

The University of Florida is our first stop on our nation's gardening informational tour. One article we really liked was titled Producing Garden Vegetables with Organic Soil Amendments. And, if you search on the Main Page for Herbs you will find 72 articles on different herbal topics, all with growing tips for Floridian gardeners.  And, if you have more questions, you can contact one of the staff here.


These two Herb Societies in Florida may be able to help you with your herbal gardening preparations.

 The Evening Herb Society of Palm Beach Florida 
And 
The Herb Society of Central Florida 

Both of these groups have done an outstanding job on their websites. They have provided invaluable hands on experience for Florida Growers and other Southeastern areas as well.

Plus, it looks like they are having a lot of fun! 

 

If you are in Florida and trying to grow anything, or everything,
  FloridaGardener.com  will help you do it. 
Be sure to visit their bookstore full of books specific to Florida Gardening.

KANSAS:

Those of you in Kansas are lucky to have the master gardeners of Johnson County to answer your questions. There is also this fine photo album of a Giant Swallowtail on Rue.

MAINE:

Learn more about growing herbs Organically in Maine by taking Gardening Classes in Spring or Fall at the beautiful Edgewater Farm Bread And Breakfast.

 

NORTH CAROLINA:

Rosemary rates right up there as one of the most fragrant herbs. If you are near Chapel Hill, North Carolina, you might want to visit the Mercer Reeves Hubbard Herb Garden. It houses the national Rosemary collection for the Herb Society of America. Over 35 kinds of Rosemary in one place, just imagine.

And, from North Carolina State University, here is a whole slew of pamphlets on veggie and herb gardening for your area.

TEXAS:

 For coastal Texas gardeners, this site includes some great suggestions for plants that attract butterflies and hummingbirds, as well as, plants that can withstand salt, drought and deer.

 

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