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Tag Archives: Feast of Flowers

Native Plants: Yellow Jessamine

Jan

16

The evergreen, late winter-flowering vine, Yellow Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is placed at the base of…

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Photo Challenge #4: What is Your Florida?

Jan

14

Now for the Challenge! We want to see how YOU see Florida. What does Florida mean to you? What is YOUR Florida? From January 14th through April 7th 2012, send between one and three photos to…

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Native Plants: Bald Cypress

Jan

09

At the four inner corners of the central boxwood hedge are placed four Bald Cypress trees familiar to…

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Native Plants: Spruce Pines

Jan

02

The Spruce Pine is a North Florida resident that is found in moist forests growing as a single specimen, unlike…

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Native Plants: Dwarf Blueberries

Dec

27

The Dwarf Blueberries do indeed produce edible blueberries, appreciated equally by us Homo sapiens and the many…

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Native Plants to Accompany Feast of Flowers Exhibit

Dec

20

Dovetailing with Jim Draper’s Feast of Flowers exhibit, The Museum is featuring a few groupings of

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