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Our instagram feed! We are posting some of our favorite sights, from blooms to birds
Spring is here, and so are Tabebuia aurea and Ceiba speciosa!
Growing Fruit Trees with VP of Horticulture Brian Galligan, featured in Naples Illustrated
Bald cypress: the siren of spring
Backyard birding in 6 simple steps
The challenges of gardening without volunteers
Plumeria in bloom: a comeback story
Know what you’re growing: a cautionary tale
Project Stay Planted species #500
How to grow native Florida milkweed from seed
Bee aware: helping native bees
Connecting with nature: Project Stay Planted results
Garden partners start a virtual collaboration to save plants
Conservation behind the scenes
New ‘living fence’ brings a splice of the Caribbean countryside to the Garden
4 ways you’ve helped the Garden thrive these past 4 months
An exhibition decades in the making
Caffeinated concoctions: coffee, tea, and chocolate
A new chapter in the storied life of this lignum vitae
Do It Yourself
Container Gardening! Everything you ever wanted to know from how to choose a container to gardening using kitchen scraps.
Take a neighborhood sensory tour
Decorating jars with pressed flowers
Making rope from a sabal palmetto
The unexpected art of flower pounding
Upcycled planters: milk carton bunnies!
Ever stuck an orchid in a tree?
Mounting tillandsias, aka air plants
Make a toilet paper roll planter
What color do you think herbs should be?
Coloring pages: pineapple plant
Color your world: silk floss & cattleya orchid blooms
Coloring sheets: Victoria waterlilies
Create your own vanilla extract
Make a cardboard nature journal
Fun facts on pine upland habitats
Create a sun catcher flower mandala
Have a question? Ask a Gardener on our Facebook page, posted weekly! Answers are all posted here.
Re-purposing the holiday spirit: the cranberry mule
What would you like to see? Send us your ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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