Tropical Tidbits, from my favorite weather Guru.

Taylor Creek, FL(Zone 10a)

Levi has given me heads-up on our Florida weather for awhile now. He is so smart and really explains how and why.
He is predicting mucho rain for Florida, so when I get back to Okeechobee I'm going to plant grass.
Here's this months forecast. http://www.tropicaltidbits.com/
He post a new one as needed.
By the way, what grass grows well from seed in 90º full-sun weather down in Zone 10?
Sidney

Chicago, IL(Zone 5b)

Hi Sugar,

St. Pete's is what I think I have. Up north we call it crabgrass. Mine is flourishing.

Hugs, Lady!!

Clermont, FL(Zone 9a)

Argentine bahea usually grows anywhere and takes little water once established.

I put your brug plant back into the garden and it is growing like crazy. Better come by and get it before we need a truck to move it. LOL

Bonnie

Fleming Island, FL(Zone 9a)

Problem with seed is that too much rain will just wash it away & with too little water & a lot of heat it will do nothing.

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