Gardening Solutions Infographics – Gardening Solutions

Infographics are graphic visual representations of data that are meant to present intricate information rapidly and clearly.

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A thumb size version of a graphic with step by step instructions on freezing strawberries
Freezing Strawberries
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing edibles to plant in January for Florida
Edibles to Plant in January for Florida.
( PDF for printing).


A graphic showing flowering trees in January for Florida
Florida Trees Flowering in January.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables to plant in February for Florida
Edibles to Plant in February for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing some Florida trees that flower in February
Florida Trees Blooming in February.
( PDF for printing).
Edibles to plant in March graphic
Edibles to Plant in March for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing some Florida trees that flower in March
Florida Trees Flowering in March.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables to plant in April for Florida
Edibles to Plant in April for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in April
Florida Trees Flowering in April.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables to plant in May for Florida
Edibles to Plant in May for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in May
Florida Trees Flowering in May.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables that can be planted in June for Florida
Edibles to Plant in June for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in June
Florida Trees Blooming in June.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables to plant in July for Florida
Edibles to Plant in July for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in July
Florida Trees Blooming in July.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables to plant in August for Florida
Edibles to Plant in August for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in August
Florida Trees Flowering in August.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables to plant in September for Florida
Edibles to Plant in September for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in September
Florida Trees Blooming in September.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing vegetables to plant in October for Florida
Edibles to Plant in October for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in October
Florida Trees Blooming in October.
( PDF for printing).
Edibles to Plant in November graphic
Edibles to Plant in November for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in November
Florida Trees Flowering in November.
( PDF for printing).
Edibles to Plant in December graphic
Edibles to Plant in December for Florida.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing Florida trees that flower in December
Florida Trees Flowering in December.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic with advice on caring for your poinsettias as well as interesting facts
Poinsettia Pointers.
( PDF for printing).

More Gardening Ideas & Resources




A graphic with advice on preparing for hurricanes and other natural disasters
Catastrophe Planning.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic with tips on gardening without commercial pesticides
No-pesticide Gardening.
( PDF for printing).


A graphic illustrating stormwater systems
Stormwater Systems.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing illustrations of compost basic tips
Garden compost Fundamentals.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic listing the nine Florida-Friendly principles
Florida-Friendly Landscaping \u2122 Concepts.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing illustrations of some toxic plants with advice
Toxic Plants.
( PDF for printing).


A graphic extoling the virtues of hydroponic gardening
Hydroponic Gardens.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing tips for attracting fireflies
How to Attract Fireflies.
( PDF for printing).
mosquito control tips
Important Mosquito Control Tips.
( PDF for printing).
tips on saving water outdoors
Tips for Saving Water Outdoors.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing herbs to plant in spring
Herbs to Plant in Florida’s Spring.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing herbs to plant in fall
Herbs to Plant in Florida’s Fall.
( PDF for printing).
Herbs to plant in winter graphic
Herbs to Plant in Florida’s Winter.
( PDF for printing).
Air potato graphic
The Air Potato Invasion.
( PDF for printing).
A graphic showing tips for identifying poisonous plants
Poison Plant Identification.
( PDF for printing).
Mango preservation resources graphic
What to Do with All Those Mangos.
( PDF for printing).
Healthy eating tips graphic
Healthy Eating for the Holidays.
( PDF for printing).
Small thumbnail image of Green Holiday Tips graphic
Green Holiday Tips.
( PDF for printing).


Small thumbnail image of Green Holiday Tips graphic
Consuming in Season.
( PDF for printing).
Cropped thumbnail of the Proper Handwashing infographic
Appropriate Hand Cleaning for Elders.
( PDF for printing).


Small thumbnail image of Monster Mixtures, Household Chemicals graphic
Monster Mixes.
( PDF for printing).
Small thumbnail image of Healthy Holiday Swaps
Healthy Vacation Swaps.

Each month we. function a plant. that we believe deserves a spotlight in Florida-friendly gardening.

WE SPEND MANY HOURS A DAY FINDING THE BEST RESOURCES TO HELP YOU IN YOUR GARDENING PROJECTS. IF YOU FIND THIS ARTICLE HELPFUL, PLEASE
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The. Gardening Calendar. on the UF/IFAS Solutions for Your Life site offers Florida gardeners a regular monthly guide for what to plant and perform in their gardens and includes links to beneficial gardening websites, all based upon University of Florida research study and know-how. 3 various editions of the calendar supply specific ideas for each of Florida’s environment zones– North, Central, and South.

Article source: http://gardeningsolutions.ifas.ufl.edu/plants/plant-of-the-month/infographics.html#!/-1/