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What's in Bloom at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates?

Archive for April, 2015

Plant a Tree for Arbor Day – 20% off Trees at Edison Ford Garden Shoppe

Posted by Edison Ford Winter Estates On April 22nd
Plant a Tree for Arbor Day

Plant a Tree for Arbor Day

Maybe your yard does not have the space for a one-acre Banyan tree, but we have a wide selection of trees to fit every garden space, from ornamentals to fruit trees. Stop by our garden shoppe for 20% off all trees now through May 1!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edison Ford Garden Shoppe Expands

Posted by Edison Ford Winter Estates On April 12th

garden shoppe april 2015     Garden Shoppe Manager Janice Schmidt is “growing” the Edison Ford Garden Shoppe up and out in new areas, including a new line of big trees. Visitors can expect to find a variety of heritage and historical trees including fruit trees, flowering trees and shade trees. All the plants are picked for Southwest Florida and represent the historical gardens at Edison Ford. Call Janice Schmidt with questions. Plan on parking in the NEW area on Larchmont and McGregor for easy entry and to pick up your plants and trees. Remember the Edison Ford Members receive a 10% on purchases in our all shops.

A Face Only a Mother Could Love

Posted by Edison Ford Winter Estates On April 8th

IMG_20150408_150055It is spring here in Southwest Florida and our gardens are abuzz. Our garden shoppe is growing and many items in our garden shoppe and adjacent butterfly garden attract quite a crowd. Here are a couple of youngsters we found in the garden today. Can you identify them?

NEW-Meet the Horticulturalist

Posted by Edison Ford Winter Estates On April 2nd
  • janiceDaily, 10:30 a.m.

      Meet with an Edison Ford Horticulturalist, bring your questions or even your dying plants.  Includes the Propagating Nursery, the Member and Community Plot Garden and the Garden Shoppe to see what is new. Learn what can grow in a pot or a plot. Get advice from the experts about soil, watering and pruning. See the newly expanded Garden Shoppe and what flowers are in bloom and for sale. Learn what flowers attract butterflies and honey bees.

Let the horticulturalist help you choose what is best for your yard or vegetable plot, and if you have time to join a full Garden Tour.