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Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program

Florida Friendly Landscaping
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Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Program

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Since 1993, Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ (FFL) has served as the state of Florida’s premier Extension program that promotes sustainable alternatives to “conventional” landscaping, providing guidance on low impact, environmentally friendly, science-based landscape practices that use less water and reduce pollutant loading to Florida waters.

Join Florida-Friendly Fans across the state in celebrating 30 years of excellence, protecting Florida one landscape at a time!

Take the Florida-Friendly Pledge

Sign the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ pledge! Signing the pledge signals your commitment to protecting Florida's environment through the implementation of the nine principles:

  1. Right Plant, Right Place. 
  2. Water Efficiently. 
  3. Fertilize Appropriately. 
  4. Mulch. 
  5. Attract Wildlife. 
  6. Manage Yard Pests Responsibly. 
  7. Recycle Yard Waste. 
  8. Reduce Stormwater Runoff. 
  9. Protect the Waterfront. 

Need help with your Florida-Friendly landscape? There are lots of resources available! Explore the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ website to find how-to guidance and contact information for your local UF/IFAS Extension experts.

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Watch Flip My Florida Yard

Full episodes now available on the FFL YouTube Channel!

Experience the thrill and excitement of Florida’s most-watched yard series! In each episode a lucky family receives an all new Florida-Friendly landscape, installed in just 8 hours! Along the way, you can learn from the experts simple ways to help Florida's environment, starting in your own yard. 

Homeowner Webinar Series

Discover the science behind the FFL program's nine principles in the program's free Homeowner's Webinar Series. Enjoy a new live webinar given by a different UF expert on the third Tuesday of each month. Recordings of all past webinars are also available to view.

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