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For anyone on the east coast of Florida, near Ft. Pierce this weekend; (October 19-20)....this is a real nice exhibition...and it's free. You won't find lower cost veggies already started...and our Bonsai collection is said to be the largest in the U.S.

....and for you Spelling/grammar astute out there...yes, refreshments is misspelled....

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Robecology 8 Oct 15
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Sounds great. Would love to go. Slight geography issue, but I'm sure you'll take a load of photos and share them, right???? 😉

OwlInASack Level 8 Oct 15, 2019

I tend the "Children's garden" and the "Veggie Garden"...a small part of the modest 7 acre mini Ecosystem..there's a rainforest section, an ancient plants (cycads, bromeliads) section, a butterfly garden and our famous Bonsai garden.

@Robecology That’s fantastic!

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You are still having garden events at this time of year ! ENVY.

Fernapple Level 8 Oct 15, 2019

Gardening pauses for the intensely hot summers down here in Florida; it's just getting started now (October)...the farm fields are just now planting veggie crops (beans, tomatoes, etc) although Mexico and California still have a big corner on the "winter vegetable" crops.