Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ (FFL) is a state-wide program of UF/IFAS Extension. It exists to assist the citizens of Florida create more beautiful and successful landscapes while using less water, fertilizers, and pesticides with the overreaching goal to protect and conserve water resources. FFL information is science-based from the researchers at the University of Florida. Florida-Friendly is applicable to individual, HOA/community, or commercial landscape areas. In Pasco County, including the City of Port Richey, your local Cooperative Extension contact for the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ program is Kate Kaste, Senior Program Coordinator – FFL. Please contact Kate for more information on Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ or to schedule a free landscape or irrigation evaluation.
For more information on Florida Friendly Landscaping, please visit the UF/IFAS Extension, Pasco County websites for FFL with details under “Program Areas” and Introduction to Florida Friendly Landscaping.
Interested in the educational classes offered by the UF/IFAS Extension Pasco County, please click here.