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Tag Archives: tree

What’s Blooming? – Dogwood!

Feb

27

The yellow or green flowers grow in clusters at the center of what seems like petals, which may bloom in white, red or pink, depending on…

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Gardener’s Corner – Calamondin Orange Tree

Dec

30

We have two of these trees in our Italian Garden and get questions about this little fruit on a near daily basis. Are those kumquats? Can I taste one of those things? I’ve never seen anything quite like this, what is it? I want one of these trees, where do I get one?

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Every Tree Tells A Story: The Cummer Oak

Dec

23

This year The Cummer Oak is featured in the  Landslide: Every Tree Tells a Story traveling photography exhibition.  In the 1890s, when the Cummer family settled along the St. Johns River, this live oak tree was already majestic.  It has since grown to 80-feet tall with a 138-foot span and has witnessed the gardens evolution […]

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