Crapemyrtles are among the South’s favorite trees.. With vivid blooms and a unique bark, these plants are ideal to include in your landscape.
Source: Crapemyrtles among the South’s favorites
The six venomous snakes of Alabama are the Eastern Coral Snake, Copperhead, Cottonmouth, Eastern Diamondback, Timber Rattlesnake and Pygmy Rattlesnake.
Source: Venomous Snakes of Alabama
If you’re looking for a blooming powerhouse, lantana is your answer. This perennial plant thrives with little moisture and does so with low effort.
Source: Lantana: Hard Working Shrub for Home Landscapes – Extension Daily
Aside from the usual mushrooms, moss and algae, two strange-looking things are popping up on wet Alabama lawns: slime molds and Nostoc.
Source: Slime Molds, Nostoc Appear in Yards after Heavy Rains – Extension Daily
Benefits of growing your own fruits and vegetables
Source: Growing Fruits and Vegetables in Alabama – Extension Daily
Washington County Fall Farmers Market will open on Friday, October 7th from 7-11am on Court House lawn.
Source: What is available at fall farmers markets – Extension Daily