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Jul 6, 2021

Problem plants: 10 invasive species making a mess in Florida's ecosystems - Daytona Beach News-Journal

Don't touch these hairy, colorful creatures or their cocoonsMore: News-Journal readers share stories of abundant wildlife in Volusia-FlaglerIn 2017, one or more non-native plants were found in 96% of Florida's public waters that were inventoried, according to the center's website.Here are 10 of the most problematic invasive flora in Florida and 10 native plants that are better for the state's ecosystems:1. Water hyacinthEichhornia crassipes, also called water hyacinth, grow in myriad freshwater environments, providing an ideal breeding environment for mosquitoes. The weed, which grows lavender-colored flowers, forms mats that can degrade water quality, clog waterways and reduce biodiversity, according to the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants."Because of its aggressive growth rate, water-hyacinth is illegal to possess in Florida without a special permit," according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.2. Cuban bulrushCyperus blepharoleptos, also known as Cuban bulrush, is most common in north and central Florida's freshwater marshes. It has dense, burr-like heads at the tip of the stem.It was introduced to Florida in the late 1880s by migratory birds and the ballast tanks of ships, according to the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants. Bulrush grows into dense, overgrown mats that outcompete native plants.3. Water fernSalvinia minima, also known as water fern or water spangles, was first reported in Florida in 1930, according to the United States Geological Survey.The floating fern, which is often used in home aquariums, often is found in freshwater ponds and swamps, according to the Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants.4. Brazilian peppertreeSchinus terebinthifolia, more commonly known as Brazilian peppertree, is "one of the most...

Oct 26, 2018

BEAUTIFUL BLOOMS: Pink vincas and angelonias for breast cancer fighters

Thanks for thinking of them, Deb! Ron Ceryak of Flagler Beach sent in the gorgeous yellow candelabra cassia bush, which can reach 5 to 8 feet tall and span a 3 to 4-foot width. "I got some seeds from a friend," Ron wrote, "and they turned into these beautiful plants." I know some gardeners who prefer height than sprawl, so they stake the plants upright, and watch them climb to nearly 12 feet tall. UF/IFAS Gardening Solutions calls them "a delight in the fall landscape because it is covered with cheerful yellow flowers when few other plants are blooming." If you're looking to attract butterflies, Gardening Solutions says cassia plants serve as larval hosts for three types of Florida butterflies – cloudless sulphur, sleepy orange and orange-barred sulphur. Finally, the meezoo bloom was sent in by Debbie Fugate of Port Orange. She says it's a succulent plant that requires very little water and can be placed in full or part sun. "It thrives in the heat and produces the sweetest little flowers," she said. "I have had this plant for a few years – just a little pruning and it continues to thrive." Beautiful Blooms can continue to thrive, too, as long as you keep sending in your gorgeous specimens for us to share. And since we live in Central Florida, we're hoping you show us your blooms throughout the year. We try to post all the photos sent in each week on our website at Seeing your Beautiful Blooms in print may take a little longer due to space constraints, but we'll keep posting your blooms here and in print as long as you keep sending them. - To submit Beautiful Blooms, email Include your name, city and don't forget to tell us about your blooms. Photos must be high resolution (at least 1MB) and emailed as a .jpg attachment. ...

Apr 20, 2018

10 Ways To Spend Mother's Day In The Palm Beaches

N. Road, Loxahatchee; 561.202.5648; Age Tea Party at Flagler MuseumPhoto courtesy of Flagler MuseumIf your mom loves teas and finger sandwiches and all things dainty, treat her to an afternoon at the Flagler Museum’s Café des Beaux-Arts, which will open specially for the off-season occasion. She will be gifted a delicate flower corsage to mark her as an honored attendee as she sips pink lemonade and Whitehall Special Blend tea in a light-filled atrium. Celebrate on May 12, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. or May 13, from noon to 3:00 p.m. Prices, which include admission, tea and gratuity, are $30 for members, $50 for adult non-members and $20 for children under the age of 12. 1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach; 561.655.2833; Private Gardens of Palm Beach County Photo courtesy of private garden ownerParticipate in a unique Mother’s Day tradition presented by the Art By Nature Garden Center. The 14th annual Connoisseurs Garden Tour takes place at your own pace all Mother’s Day-weekend long. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 12, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 13, soak up the flora and fauna of eight show-stopping private gardens between Delray Beach and Palm Beach Gardens. Proceeds from the tour ($25 for members; $35 for non-members) benefit Mounts Botanical Garden of Palm Beach County.531 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach; 561.233.1757; Pampered at PGA National Resort & SpaPhoto courtesy of PGA National Resort & SpaGive Mom the gift of indulgent relaxation this Mother’s Day. A lavender-themed treatment menu at The Spa at PGA National Resort & Spa presents blissful options like a Lavender Escape Massage or an aromatherapy-infused facial. Plus, buy a $350 gift card to the spa and you’ll earn a one-night stay as a bonus. Spa visitors on Mother’s Day will be treated to a complimentary selection of teas and sweets from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Hungry for more? Head to Ironwood Steak & Seafood for an unlimited buffet from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with highlights like Cuban French toast, prime rib, salmon, Alaskan king crab legs and more. 400 Ave. of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; 800.863.2819; pgaresort.comJoin the In-Crowd at Grandview Public MarketPhoto courtesy of Grandview Public MarketHead to West Palm Beach’s newest hotspot, Grandview Public Market. It’s South Florida’s answer to New York City’s food hall concept Chelsea Market. Mother’s Day specials are set to include half-off rosé at Clare’s (best accompanied by chicken and waffles), plus brunch and aguas frescas at Zipitios. Whatever you do, don’t miss the rolled ice cream at Crema—it’s dessert and a show.1401 Clare Ave., West Palm Beach; 561.771.6100; It Up Seaside in Singer IslandPhoto courtesy of Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa Is adventure Mom’s favorite pasttime? Book the Capture the Moments Made at the Beach package at Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa (starting at $574 per night; minimum of two nights) for a beachfront stay complete with a waterproof GoPro HERO4 action camera, which guests get to keep. Snorkel the offshore reef or just lounge by the oceanfront pool for a stay sure to rejuvenat...

Feb 23, 2017

Henrico Extension to offer free lawn, gardening workshops

To register for any of the programs, call (804) 501-5160. CommunityVilla’s Flagler Housing wins national NAEH awardCitizen Staff Reports 12/06/2016 St. Joseph's Villa’s Flagler Housing & Homeless Services was one of three entities to earn the National Alliance to End Homelessness' Champion of Change Award. The awards were presented Nov. 17 during a ceremony at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.NAEH annually recognizes proven programs and significant achievements in ending child and family homelessness.Flagler completed its transition from an on-campus shelter to the community-based model of rapid rehousing in 2013, and it was one of the nation's first rapid re-housing service providers to be certified by NAEH. > Read more.RIR’s Christmas tree lighting rescheduled for Dec. 12Citizen Staff Reports 12/05/2016 Richmond International Raceway's 13th annual Community Christmas tree lighting has been rescheduled from Dec. 6 to Monday, Dec. 12, at 6:30 p.m., due to inclement weather expected on the original date.Entertainment Dec. 12 will be provided by the Laburnum Elementary School choir and the Henrico High School Mighty Marching Warriors band. Tree decorations crafted by students from Laburnum Elementary School and L. Douglas Wilder Middle School will be on display. Hot chocolate and cookies will be supplied by the Henrico High School football boosters. > Read more.EntertainmentWeekend Top 1002/23/2017 For our Top 10 calendar events this weekend, click here! > Read more. (Henrico Citizen)

Jan 12, 2017

Garden notes

For reservations, call 824-2930. Organic gardening class Registration is underway for an Organic Vegetable Gardening class at Flagler College. The class will be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturdays starting Jan. 14. The cost is $49. St. Augustine’s unique climate presents challenges and opportunities for organic vegetable gardeners. Beginners and experts will discover ways to organically grow herbs, vegetables and fruit; no matter how much space they have. The class is also suitable for individuals who live in a condo or apartment with no yard space. For information, go to Plant sale Washington Oaks Gardens State Park will host its Second Saturday Plant Sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 14. The park’s knowledgeable team of plant volunteers will offer personal attention and will answer questions to those who wish to purchase plants for their home and yard. The topic for the 11 a.m. Plant Chat will be “Native Plants that Shaped Florida’s History.” Bald cypress, coontie and live oak are some of the characters that will be introduced. Florida friendly plants for sale will be located in the greenhouse, on the plant bench and in the fenced area. For information, call 386-446-6783. Keiki Club meeting The Keiki Club of the St. Augustine Orchid Society will meet from 1 to 3 p.m. Jan. 15 at 160 Genung St. Two topics will be discussed during the meeting. Moderator Terry Bottom will lead a discussion on “Staking Your Orchids” and Mary Collee will lead a discussion, “Orchid Toolbox.” Bottom will provide insights on the techniques, including tips and tricks for getting your plants ready to exhibit. Collee will discuss the handy gadge... (St. Augustine Record)

Dec 8, 2016

Vietnam veteran gets his Silver Star, 46 years later

Raymond A. Parker received his medal Friday during the opening ceremonies for the three-day Freedom Fest 2016 at the Flagler Executive Airport. Shaun Ryan @shaunryannj FLAGLER BEACH — On the morning of July 4, 1970, the men in 1st Lt. Raymond A. Parker’s platoon weren’t celebrating Independence Day. They were fighting for their lives. The small group of American soldiers, which included the company commander, were surrounded by a massive force of heavily armed North Vietnamese troops. Parker, then just 24, arranged his men into a tight circle so they could fire outward to repel the enemy. Then he did something audacious that helped get his platoon through the battle without a single man killed. It earned him the third-highest U.S. military decoration that can be awarded for gallantry in action: the Silver Star. But misplaced paperwork delayed that recognition by 46 years, and only through diligent research were Parker, his wife, Claudia, and others able to get the record corrected. On Friday, the Flagler Beach man finally received his medal, during the opening ceremonies for Freedom Fest 2016 at the... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)