Landscape Matters 2015

The Nassau County Cooperative Extension monthly series: "Landscape Matters"

These presentations, which are held from 10am - 11am, will be given by  Nassau County Extension Agents and Master Gardener Volunteers on a Wednesday of each month at the Yulee Satellite Office, 86026 Pages Dairy Road, Yulee. Rose Class and Pruning Class will be held at the Demonstration Garden, Yulee Government Complex, 96135 Nassau Place.

Coordinator:  Joanne Templeton
Please note the classes held on days other than Wednesday.

Landscape Matters 2015




Dec 8

Holiday Flower Arrangements
Pre-register by December 1.
Fee $15
$20 at the door

Claudie Speed

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Jan 6


Citrus for Home
Citrus Pest Control

Rebecca Jordi

Jan 20

Pruning Fruit Trees

Larry Figart

Feb 3

Pruning Roses
Growing Roses
Rose Maintenance Checklist
Demonstration Garden Location

Carol Ann Atwood

Feb 17

Pruning Trees
Demonstration Garden Location

Rebecca Jordi

Mar 2

Shade Gardens

Carol Ann Atwood

Mar 16

10AM - 11:30AM
Pre-register by March 9. Fee $20.

Candace Bridgewater

Apr 6


Karl Shaffer

Apr 20


Karl Shaffer

May 4


Joanne Templeton

May 18

Palm Trees
Demonstration Garden Location

Rebecca Jordi

Jun 1

Garden Pests

Rebecca Jordi

Jun 15

Lawn Problems

St. Augustinegrass

Nelson Peterson

Jul 6

Drought Tolerant Plants

Rebecca Jordi

Jul 20

Native Plants

Rebecca Jordi

Aug 3


Joseph Smith

Aug 17

Invasives & Alternatives

Rebecca Jordi

Sept 7

Landscaping for Wildlife

Rebecca Jordi

Sept 21


Ginny Grupe

Oct 5

Tree Planting & Selection

Rebecca Jordi

Oct 19

Bulb Propagation & Division

Rebecca Jordi

Nov 2


Claudie Speed

Nov 16

Are Bats Beneficial?
10AM - 11:30AM
Pre-register by Nov 9. Fee $15.

Cindy Steighner &
Karl Shaffer

No programs in December.


Creating a Wildlife Habitat in Your Landscape
Master Gardener Bea Walker

Landscaping Backyards for Wildlife:
Top Ten Tips for Success

Attract Wildlife

UF Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program


Cold Damage on Palms
Palms for North Florida

Chapters of the International Palm Society:
Florida First Coast

Southeastern US
Gulf Coast

Propagating Coontie from Seed

Native Plants for Florida Home Landscapes

Pruning Roses Video - Deadheading

Pruning Roses Video - Rejuvenation

Pruning Roses Video - Part 3

Pruning Roses Video - Part 4
Pruning Roses Video - Part 5

RAIN BARRELS A Homeowner's Guide

How to Build a Bluebird House

Bluebird House Video

Attract Specific Birds to Your Landscape

Mulch Fact Sheet

Melaleuca Fact Sheet

The Lawn Fertilzer Toolbox

Lawn Care Tips for Saving Water Time & Money

These programs are free to the public, so please call us at 904 530-6350 or e-mail if you plan to attend. If response is too small, the program will be canceled.

Trouble-shooting Landscapes: Efficient Irrigation
County Extension Director/Horticulture Agent, Rebecca Jordi and Master Gardener volunteers Paul Gosnell and Nelson Peterson will assist homeowners in reducing insect and disease issues on lawns and landscapes. These problems often result from too much water, shallow irrigation, or uneven coverage. They will demonstrate how to properly measure irrigation at one zone and then provide solutions for correcting discrepancies.  Other cultural practices such as fertilization, proper mulching, planting depth of trees and shrubs, etc. will also be provided.  In addition, Jordi and the Master Gardeners will diagnosis disease or insect issues on ornamentals at the site.  The goal is to reduce frustrations and the cost of managing North Florida landscapes. Jordi requires at least 6 homeowners and will come to your subdivision for these free sessions. To schedule a "Trouble-shooting Landscapes" session for you and your neighbors, please call the Extension office at 904-530-6353, or email Ms. Jordi at

These programs are free to the public unless otherwise noted.

Garden Shed

Rebecca Jordi
Horticulture Agent IV
County Extension Director
Contributing Editor