My Brevard Yard

My Brevard YardThe My Brevard Yard program teaches you how to create and maintain a beautiful lawn while minimizing pollutants that enter our waterways.

You will learn how to:

  • figure out how much fertilizer to apply to your lawn,
  • what kind of fertilizer will give you the healthiest lawn,
  • decide the best time to apply fertilizer,
  • calculate how long to run your sprinkler system, and maintain a healthy lawn while complying with your local fertilizer ordinance.

One or three-hour workshops are available. Longer workshops are great for municipalities, homeowner associations, and other large groups. Call 321.633.1702 x 222 or email to schedule a group workshop.

My Brevard Yard is part of the UF/IFAS Florida-Friendly Landscaping® Program.

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My Brevard Yard Site Visit

A University of Florida IFAS Master Gardener will visit your home to:

  • Answer your lawn and garden questions
  • Teach you how to maintain your fruit trees and vegetable gardens
  • Provide solutions to problem areas
  • Collect soil samples to test for nutrients, and test well or surface water for salt content
  • Develop a customized fertlizer program for your lawn

You must attend a My Brevard Yard Workshop before signing up for a site visit. Fee: $30.00.

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Get Landscape Help

For landscape and garden questions, contact a Master Gardener at 321.633.1702 x227 or send us an email!

Find a Master Gardener

Master Gardeners are University of Florida IFAS trained volunteers who can assist you with your lawn and garden questions. Find a clinic near you!

Upcoming Classes and Events

Check here to learn more about how to grow your own Brevard Yard!

Past Webinars

Soil and Water Testing

For a small fee, the UF/IFAS Extension Soil Testing Laboratory can test your soil and water and provide detailed reports. These analyses can help you make informed decisions about buying fertilizers and soil treatments. Water and soil test forms and instructions for a variety of crops may be found at: Extension Soil Testing Laboratory.

Fact Sheets

Attracting Wildlife to the Garden

Pests

Landscape Plants