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Garden Go To's with Edison and Ford Winter Estates

Posted: 5:31 AM, Aug 08, 2019
Updated: 2019-08-08 11:06:39-04
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FORT MYERS, Fla. — Debbie Hughes, Senior Horticulturist of Edison & Ford Winter Estates , offers tips on how to grow native plants to Southwest Florida at home.

She'll go over how to grow Bromeliads, Staghorn Ferns, Pollinator plants and Orchids.

Hughes is doing a Garden Talk on Bromeliads on August 10th if you want to learn more.

She also has a Bee Event planned for August 17th which includes different bee specialists and other guests from the Florida Native Plant Society.

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