Story and photos by Norman Winter
The river otter is a semi-aquatic, sleek, long-bodied mammal that specializes in hunting prey in the water.
Green industry training
This week, I saw the first patches of frost of the winter season. If you are someone who enjoys the chill of winter, you may like to observe a change of color in your wintertime landscape.
Now that Hurricane Matthew has passed, it is time to evaluate and correct any damage left in its wake.
Now that we’re under the effects of Hurricane Matthew, whether directly or glancing offshore in the ocean, have you ever thought about what happens to wildlife during hurricanes and other storms?
People grow it, it ignites the entrepreneurial spirit and creativity runs rampant cooking it. It’s almost a local hero. Yet,... Read more
Register for naturalist class
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences will offer a Master... Read more
Imagine stepping into a bathtub, and instead of bathroom tiles lining the wall next to you, there’s a fresh vertical garden,... Read more
September and October are the last months of our coastal sea turtle nesting season. After up to two months of incubation in a subsurface... Read more
Most properties in and around St. Augustine received a good soaking this week. Many plants will respond to this by putting on a late round... Read more
It’s nearly that time of year when gardeners think of spring — of planting bulbs that are going to bloom then.
Bulbs are “pre-packaged... Read more
Keike Club meeting
The St. Augustine Orchid Society’s Keike Club for Beginners will meet from 1 to 3 p.m.... Read more
Native Gardens Nursery, 1660 County Road 13A S., Elkton, will host a butterfly happening... Read more
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Q. I have a candlestick cassia that is leaning over and almost touching the... Read more