Tag Archives: South Florida Gardening

Connect to Protect

I do like living in South Florida!! It’s early February and I step out into my yard and I see an orchid plant…
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Biodiversity and Conservation

How can it be December? The year has just sped by! The best thing about now, unlike this time last year or this…
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Fall Bird Migration

Wow, how did it get to be November!! This year is just speeding past. We are in the fall bird migration south for…
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Diversity Makes the Environment More Stable

I hope you are all enjoying this summer! I’ve just been feeling so lucky to live in this green lush environment. We’ve been…
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Incorporating Roses For Cutting In The South Florida Garden

The world of garden roses is a wonderfully diverse horticultural playground. In the most general sense, all roses are woody-stemmed perennial shrubs –…
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Protecting Biscayne Bay: There are so many ways you can make a difference.

Greetings Everyone, Let me give you a little background on one era of my life, back to when I lived for the weekend…
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Summer’s Garden

The entries from time to time will deal with the current condition of the garden: what is good, bad and what I try…
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Your Yard Can Be Beautiful and Nature Friendly – Why Not Add a Pollinator Garden???

It’s really good news that according to a recent survey of global consumers by Nielsen, 73% of consumers say that they would definitely…
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