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cool Florida resource

(Maggie) Jacksonvill, FL(Zone 9a)

While adding info to the new DG nursery finder feature, I ran across this site. It has info and links to really local color events, fairs, and resources- including specialty nurseries.

http://www.florida-secrets.com/Florida_Festivals/HomePage.htm


Enjoy,

Maggie

South/Central, FL(Zone 9a)

That's pretty neat. Thanks

Murfreesboro, TN(Zone 7a)

I'll tag onto this thread with a plug for our new feature, http://davesgarden.com/go/

Please add your feedback for the businesses you've patronized and the public gardens and parks you have visited. It helps other gardeners and the business or organization.

For smaller businesses and organizations, this type of "word of mouth" is their only form of advertising. And for businesses of any size, unsolicited testimonials are priceless - they can't buy that type of good will.

Here are the Florida listings so far: http://davesgarden.com/go/advanced.php?state=fl

You can narrow this down to a particular category (garden center/nursery, or public gardens, etc.) You can also plug in your ZIP and specify a radius (especially helpful if you live near the state line and want to see everything in your immediate area.)

If your favorite nursery or park/garden isn't listed yet, let us know and we'll add it, or start the entry and add what you know (we'll fill in the blanks.)

Lake City, FL(Zone 8b)

Thanks for sharing - really neat website.

(Maggie) Jacksonvill, FL(Zone 9a)

You're welcome:-)

maggie

Chicago, IL(Zone 5b)

Neat Terry...

Is there a way we could sort by city?

Hap

Lamar, AR(Zone 7b)

Yes this is one of my long-time favorites.

I had posted DG here http://davesgarden.com/forums/t/463413/ to give some info on activites coming up for FL.

TY Terry, that's some really nice info to add to it!

~*~ Suenell

This message was edited Jan 26, 2007 1:05 PM

Palm Coast, FL(Zone 9a)

Terry,

I have a nursery that I frequent in Daytona Beach that is not listed. You posted above that if any nursery was not listed to let you know.

Butcher's Nursery
1425 Tomoka Farms Rd.
Daytona Beach Fl 32124
386-255-0050

They are located in the Daytona Flea Market.

I look forward to visiting this nursery as often as I can; they carry a lot of common plants, along with some unusual ones. Their stock is A+ and their prices are very reasonable. Customer Service is excellent, as they are always willing to help, and if they don't know the answer to a question, they find someone who does.

Gracie

(Maggie) Jacksonvill, FL(Zone 9a)

Upcoming Butterfly Festival in April!

http://butterfliesetc.com/butterfly.festival.php

Maggie

South/Central, FL(Zone 9a)

Harry P Leu Botanical Gardens is having their annual Spring Plant Sale this Sat. and Sun.

http://davesgarden.com/forums/t/703996/

~Lucy

Viera, FL(Zone 9b)

Hibiscus Festival Punta Gorda June 15th & 16th. Plant sale is the 16th at Gilchrist Park. Complete info is at Calendar of events DG. I made a flyer and have sent it out to several extension agents.
Liz

Ocala, FL

Does anyone have any knowledge of how Black Bamboo does in Central Florida.
Ocala to be sure. I bought some this spring and am not sure if I should plant it in the ground , ( I want to) how much to water , how much it will spread, ( not wanting to upset any neighbors.
Thanks for knowledge as to how high it might grow , how far to place from a fence, anything.
Thanks Cyndi

Orlando, FL

This is a nice thread. I like Harry P Leu Gardens. Here is the website. http://www.leugardens.org/ They offer alot. I used to work across the road from the back of it. If you are going to be in Orlando, it is worth the time to go and look around.
My girls and grandkids go off and on.

Zephyrhills, FL

Awesome site thanks.
I am looking for a flower and plant show. When I first moved to Florida from Michigan (98) I remember my father talking about one .
I think it was at USF but I can't seem to find anything.

If any one can share any info I would give a free gift



you have your choice of one of the two gifts lol
1.) a Thank you
2.) a thank you very much

Fort Myers, FL(Zone 10a)

Great site!! In addition to my love of tropical plants, I also love to watch speed boat/hydroplane races and bull riding, so if you hear of these events in Florida or a nearby state, please give a shout out! Thanks.

Chicago, IL(Zone 5b)

E.

Welcome.

We have a rodeo stadium here in Davie, just south of me. I forget the name. It begins with B, and all that I can remember. Do the Google...

Hap

PS. Check out the "membership" site here. You will find a number of members in your area. I believe the DutchLady is one of them.

Good luck.

Lakeland, FL

I Love this, easy to use hahahaha. Corky

Zephyrhills, FL

As a Florida cracker, I am very happy you shared the site. So many things to see, so little time!



kyle33541, I am in Zephyrhills also. Want to contact by Dave mail? Marla

Everglades, FL(Zone 10a)

Corky! I almost fell out of my chair when I saw your post! We lost touch years ago! I miss you! I am doing good and have jumped head first into gardening. Today, I received 100 black ti plant stems that I need to root. I hope to post pics soon.
So how are you and your family?

casselberry, FL

does anyone have willow hybrid ...they r advertised as fast growing hedges...i just wanted to c if anyone has planted they before i buy them...i need to hide a few eyesores i will use these in the back of my gardens as they are supposed to grow quickly thanz Happy Gardening

Clermont, FL(Zone 9a)

I subscribe to Florida Gardening magazine. Comes out every 2 months and contains many events throughout the state.
Great regional magazine.
FloridaGardening.com

Plant City, FL(Zone 9b)

This plant is in my garden in Plant City and I don't know its name or where it came from. Can somone ID it for me?

Thumbnail by williamca
Ocoee (W. Orlando), FL(Zone 9b)

It may be one of the semi-newer butterfly bush varieties.(buddleia) I think there's one called Honeycomb and another called Golden Glow. The yellows came along later than others, and usually break in those layered chuncks instead of a full length blossom.

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