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

April Garden Talk: Trees and Shrubs for Health and Bloom

Posted by Edison Ford Winter Estates On April 4th

• April 9, 10:00 a.m.
garden talk april 2016 angel trumpetsGuest speaker Rick Joyce, Certified Arborist, and President of Forestry Resources, Inc. will present a short PowerPoint and have a hands-on demonstration to show the basics of pruning trees and shrubs in your garden. Joyce is an Eagle Scout and was a participant in Lee County Schools’ environmental education program. He is a graduate of Edison State College and University of Central Florida.

Meet at the information booth at the Edison Ford garden. Participants will receive a 20% discount certificate to be used in the Edison Ford Garden Shop.

Cost: Edison Ford Members $5; non-members $10. RSVP to Leeanne Criswell, Edison Ford Program Registrar at 239-334-7419 or lcriswell@edisonfordwinterestates.org.

1 Response

  1. Victor Says:

    We live in southwest Florida (Punta Gorda). Last year I started an avacado from seed – a neighbors tree. It is now just over a year old, and about 3 to 4 feet tall. For the past few months the older leaves have been turning brown, drying out and falling off, but new growth continues, and the tree looks good – other than the browning leaves. What can I do?? Is this serious?

    Posted on April 30th, 2016 at 1:38 pm

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