Expect to see a lot of native plants, dwarf hybrids and wildlife-friendly landscapes gardens this year.
People are reaching out for lesser-known succulents that offer interesting shapes, textures and growth habits, the University of Florida horticulturists say.
Vegetable gardeners will be looking to diversify their harvests with leafy greens generally grown outside the United States — bok choy, mizuna and komatsuna among them, according to the horticulturists.
In gardening, it gets cliché. Out with the old, and in with the new. Aging warm season annual bedding plants get replaced with cool season sorts for autumn.
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