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Sep 16, 2016 · TYPE: Local and broad based environmental awareness, Florida ecology, Water Conservation, Urban Food Forest Ecology, Permaculture, Florida wildlife,native and Florida friendly food bearing flora, Florida habitat restoration, edible landscape design/ implementation, health and plant based medicine, nutrition,and creatively (artfully) cultivating ...
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TOP 5 PLANT BOOKS; Indispensable resources include these, my Top 5 Plant Books important for North America: Botany in a Day by Thomas J. Elpel for general learning. Lone Pine Plant Guides such as Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast by Pojar & MacKinnon for itentifying wild plants in the field. Edible Wild Plants by John Kallas for using urban ...
In north Florida and central Florida, we have two times during the year that we can plant cucumbers. Once in September and then once again in March. In South Florida you can plant cucumbers anywhere from September up until January. Earlier is better though.
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In North America, this plant is primarily a weed, though it is edible and is used in herbal medicine. The plant is native to Europe, and is believed to be one of the first plants to naturalize in the colonies.
From Sassafras to Dandelions to Wild Onions and Garlic, readers will enjoy the flavors of the Sunshine State in an all new way with this helpful book. Florida is filled with an abundance of native plants with roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruit, and seeds that can provide tasty and nutritious food for people.