Florida may not typically be associated with dry habitats, but microclimates within tropical latitudes can be a place where drought-tolerant plants, such as succulents, thrive. Join Horticulture and Education staff on a journey through one of Florida’s most unique ecosystems, the sandy coastal scrub, and learn about the relationship between our native succulents and succulents from around the world. We’ll also visit the Foster Succulent Garden and Kapnick Caribbean Garden to learn about the unique adaptations of this type of plant. Members will leave with tips on maintaining succulents at home.
Members are encouraged to wear attire for walking, bring a bottle of water, and bug repellent. Members-only tours are free, but advanced registration is required.
How to Register:
Send an email to email@example.com specifying your desired tour date (one tour per member household, please). Members at the Individual level may register one person; Members at the Family level and above may register two people.
Your reservation is complete when you receive an email confirmation.