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Welcome and thank you for visiting Central Florida Gardener. Florida is a unique state in which to garden. It can be frustrating but also rewarding for gardeners who persevere. This blog was created as a resource for Florida gardeners, both new and experienced, in search of information specifically for Florida gardens.

You are invited to participate by leaving your comments, suggestions, tips and recommendations relevant to Florida gardening - don't be shy! Thank you for dropping by to learn more about gardening in the Sunshine state. I look forward to hearing from you! Susan

Friday, August 26, 2011

Some New Florida Garden Bloggers

It's always a pleasure to discover some more Florida garden bloggers. Our list on the sidebar has now reached 100! That makes me happy to see so many Florida gardeners blogging. But I must say I'm sorry to see that a lot of gardeners don't post on a regular basis. I know, I know...everyone's life is busy these days and it's easy to get sidetracked with more important things.

But, I must confess that I thoroughly enjoy communicating with other Florida garden bloggers, seeing photos of their gardens, sharing ideas and learning a thing or two, as well. So, I'd like to encourage MIA Florida garden bloggers to resurrect their blogs so we can all see what's going on in their garden...maybe, at least one post a month...pretty please. :-)

Now, here's some more Florida garden blogs:

The Budget Gardener lives in Boynton Beach and you can watch his progress as he "transforms his huge water hogging St. Augustine lawn into a sub-tropical edible paradise" while trying to stay within a budget.

The Shabby Gardener (love that name) gardens on 1 acre in the city of Zephyrhills.

Ask the Plant Guy Craig Morell who is the horticulturist at Pinecrest Gardens, former site of Parrot Jungle.

Julie in Palm Beach county blogs about succulents and other hobbies in A Succulent Life.

Jeanni gardens in the pretty little town of Lake Helen and shares her love for roses on her blog Roses and Gargoyles.

Clermont gardener Fred Sommer chronicles his garden experiences on his blog Sommer Gardens.

Jim and Stephanie Carcano owner of Ridge Plants ~ ~ a native and Florida-friendly perennial nursery ~ ~ in Lake Wales shares lots of information on their Ridge Plants Blog.

Here's three more blogs that looks very interesting ~ ~ An Old Soul! Thank Eli for letting me know about your blog and also, Mr. Florida from the U.K. blogs about his Florida Garden and Bill (a native Floridian) who blogs about growing vegetables on his Fresh from the Garden blog..

If you're Florida garden blog isn't listed on the sidebar, please leave a comment and I'll gladly add it!

15 comments:

FlowerLady said...

Susan ~ Thanks so much for the next batch of FL Gardening blog links. I really love seeing what other gardeners do here in our state, as it is really different than the rest of the country in a lot of ways.

Happy Gardening ~ FlowerLady

NanaK said...

Yay! More to read about Florida gardening. Thanks for keeping us updated.

daisy said...

Thanks Susan! I can't wait to check out the new native nursery!

Danielles Garden said...

thanks! i added them to my google reader

Orlando Realtor said...

Susan thanks so much for updating the list. When I read the post, I knew I was one of the bloggers you spoke of very guilty of "side stepping".

MrFlorida said...

check out my awesome garden. i live in England but come to Florida to garden and sit on the beach. www.floridagarden.co.uk

Bill Kunneke said...

Orlando native, started blogging about my gardening a month ago as a way to keep track of what I do right and wrong. Here's the link:

http://billkunneke.blogspot.com/

Susan said...

Hey Bill...Thanks for the link to your blog. I'll post it on my sidebar.

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Joyce Harris said...

I live in New Smyrna Beach and write about tea, herbs and gourmet gardening at www.herbalblessing.blogspot.com

Gone Tropical said...

Hello Susan,
I am new to blogging, but not new to gardening in Central Florida :-)
Thank you for compiling the list of Florida Blogs, I am looking forward to reading through them.

Evelyn

Boppa said...

Floridagardeningzone9.blogspot.com
My name is Lowell Moore and I live in Lake Helen.

Hancey said...

If the New Lawn grasses can cope up with the stress, it will be healthy and dense and will be able to resist disease. Sometime the disease may spread and it becomes out of any control. However, the disease resistant cultivars can be implemented to avoid future problems.

Julie said...

Hi! Thanks for the mention here!!! I sometimes feel kinda bad I haven't stuck to my original blog mainly about succulent plants, but found I needed to include more about life as well. I am happy you see fit to include me in your gardening group!!! :)
Thankyou!!!
Julie

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Great Susan keep up this work to help people updated and motivate them to do better...