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July 1, 2021
Wake Up to Wild Coffee

Are you looking for a Florida native plant that can add a stately look to your garden? Look no further than wild coffee (Psychotria nervosa). This plant is attractive in any garden, due to its glossy green foliage and because it is a hardy, drought tolerant plant that can handle both sun and shade. Due […]

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March 1, 2021
Spring Planting: For a Flowering Summer

As the weather warms up the Treasure Coast, many of the area’s flowering trees come to life bringing new, vibrant colors to our gardens. Three special species that come out of hibernation are the royal poinciana, crape myrtle, and frangipani. The royal poinciana, also known as the flame tree, is a classic tropical tree. Poincianas, […]

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January 1, 2021
Go Nautical: Whale Fin Houseplant

Here on the Treasure Coast, surrounded by the ocean and Indian River Lagoon, we love to get into the nautical spirit. From fish-adorned license plates to West Indian architecture, we fill our lives with daily reminders of living by the sea. Adding a Whale Fin Snake Plant—Sansevieria masoniana—to your houseplant collection is a hassle-free and […]

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November 1, 2020
Bromeliads: Always in Style

You don’t have to be an experienced gardener to adopt bromeliads into your home and garden. Believed to have inhabited the earth for 65 million years, bromeliads know how to take care of themselves. Today, there are more than 3,000 known species, ensuring there’s a bromeliad that’s right for you. Bromeliads were first discovered in […]

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September 1, 2020
Houseplant Revolution: Join the Uprising

Houseplants have been going in and out of style ever since the early Greeks & Romans started bringing their plants in from the outdoors between 500 and 400 B.C. Once considered a status symbol of wealth and luxury, the modern-day houseplant has become a symbol of beauty, wellness, and clean living. No longer just an […]

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July 1, 2020
Find the Farmer Within You: Start a Home Garden

The Corona Virus pandemic has altered our way of life. Social distancing and quarantining has forced many to stay at home with extra time on their hands. Hoarding and strains on the food system supply chain have meant irregularities of what’s available at the grocery store. The solution: start a home garden. There is the […]

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March 1, 2020
Nothing Says Spring In the Tropics Like a New Palm Tree

Vero Beach is “the gateway to the tropics,” an assertion backed up by the myriads of swaying palm trees that line our boulevards, beaches, and gardens. There are approximately 2,600 species of palms, and because of our climate, many of them can grow here. The most common varieties, such as Cabbage or Sabal, Coconut, Foxtail, […]

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January 1, 2020
Save Money, Save - Water Protect Our Lagoon

This winter, when you go for a walk, take notice of how often your neighbors are watering their lawns. Look to see if sprinklers are spraying the road and driveways. Then, go home and check your own irrigation system and see if you can make changes that will preserve our ecosystem and save you money. […]

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November 1, 2019
‘Tis the Season for Garden Color

As northerners prepare their gardens for shorter days and winter cold, here, where the tropics begin, it’s flower season. Nurseries on the Treasure Coast grow flowers that are ready in mid-October for end-of-year planting. This season, make the commitment to add flowers in several beds or in decorative containers to bring vibrant colors to your […]

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September 1, 2019
Seeking Lawn & Order to Protect Our Lagoon

Americans love lawns. According to NASA, there are more than 49,000 square miles of lawns in the United States. That’s larger than the state of New York. Our lawns are integral to our way of life. They’re where we teach our kids to throw and catch, or kick a soccer ball. They’re playgrounds for our […]

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