Botanical Fruit Gardens in South Florida?

Answer Southern Florida is home to a number of botanical fruit gardens that are open to the public. Like all arboretums, these fruit tree gardens offer visitors a chance to explore and learn about exotic-... Read More »

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Does the Royal Botanical Gardens conserve water?

The Royal Botanical Gardens uses modern techniques to help conserve water use. For example, the gardens use grass types that do not require much watering. The irrigation system they have installed ... Read More »

Fruit Trees for Small Gardens?

Most of us are trying to save money. The spring and summer seasons are an opportune time to save on your produce bill by planting fruit trees, even if your garden area is small. With small investme... Read More »

Brilliant beautiful non twit lit gardens. Is an olive a fruit or a vegetable?

I'm a 1/2 twit lit. I'm just a gardner that has no degree, does not have all of the answers in any given subject and will look up the answer, copy and paste it. I also give the source. If I do ... Read More »

What is the Flamingo Gardens in Florida?

Flamingo Gardens is a 60-acre southeast Florida attraction consisting of botanical gardens, wildlife exhibits, a historic home and aviary. It is located between Interstate 75 and Interstate 95 in t... Read More »