- Creating a Florida Friendly Yard
- Interactive Landscaping Yard
- Interactive Living Landscaping Program
- Landscaping Handbook
- Landscaping Guide for Community, Associations and Residents
9 Florida-Friendly Principles
The Secret to being satisfied with your landscape design is to follow a logical planning process. Follow the steps below, in conjunction with the Florida Yardstick Workbook to help you create a Florida Friendly landscape.9 Fl. Friendly Principles
Make Your Own Rainbarrel
Rainwater harvesting is always beneficial, whether the water is used to water one houseplant or an entire garden. Also, the act of collecting rainwater can be an inspiration to find other ways to conserve water around the home.Rainbarrel Instructions
Florida-Friendly Plant Database
Identify the Florida-friendly plants, including Florida native plants, that will work in your yard or landscape design. The plants included in this database are available at nurseries throughout Florida.Fl. Friendly Plant Database
Audrey Durr, Florida Yards & Neighbors Agent, explains the use of rain gauges & sensors.
FY&N offers classes and workshops to help residents create and maintain Florida Friendly landscapes. Let FYN help you create a yard you can be proud of and that protects Florida's fragile environment.
FY&N can help you transform your yard into a beautiful oasis that will not only conserve precious water resources and reduce pollution, but will also help you save time, energy and money and preserve Florida's natural environment for future generations. FY&N encourages "Florida Friendly" yards and landscapes by promoting basic landscaping principles to Floridians.
The FY&N program addresses the serious problems of pollution, water shortages and disappearing habitats by enlisting Floridians in the battle to save our natural environment.