March 28 & March 29, 2014
Participating Flower Show Vendors:
A Boheme Life.com - Fort Myers, FL
Alpine Herbals - Greenacres, FL
Better Gardens By Design - Bonita Springs, FL
Birds of Naples - Naples, FL
Bloomin' Good - Homestead, FL
Calusa Palms Nursery LLC - Naples, FL
Connie Mills Accessories - Madison, WI
Crushable Hats, Inc. - Pompano Beach, FL
Exotic Palms - Homestead, FL
Green Door Nursery - Naples, FL
Green Ivory - Naples, FL
Gulf Coast Orchid Alliance - Naples, FL
Jade Orchids - Naples, FL
Mary Limont Design - Naples, FL
Naples Treasure Chest - Naples, FL
Orchid Treasures - Oviedo, FL
Pelican Coast Farms, Inc. - Fort Myers, FL
Puddingstone Farm - Lawton, MI
Rege Malone, Horticulturalist - Naples, FL
Roseglen Gardens - Naples, FL
So Orchids - Orlando
Sunflower Silk - Naples, FL
Stem - Bridgeville, PA
Food: Capelli's Catering
Floral Design as a Glass Act: 12 p.m.
Presented by Kathleen Hawryluk, Flower Show judge, Fomer Chair of the Naples Flower Show, and President of Ikebana Naples.
Designing in glass is always challenging and this presentation will make it easy, quick and different. Stems can show in the glass container or be covered in unique ways using available material with some flowers for color and interest. Audience participation is encouraged and all the designs will be given as door prizes.
Growing Plumeria in Southwest Florida: 1:30 p.m.
Presented by Hetty Ford, Plant Records Coordinator at Naples Botanical Garden and resident Plumeria expert.
Did you know Naples Botanical Garden houses the National Plumeria Collection? Hetty will teach you how to successfully grow Plumeria in your Florida yard, and make your own Hawaiian lei or hair ornament from Plumeria flowers. Space is limited.
Presentations held Friday and Saturday, March 28 - 29, in the Windstar Garden Room.