Plant sale at the Edison Estates Saturday Sept 12, 2020
Calusa Palm & Palm Tree Gardens will be there.
We have Satakentias, Foxy Lady, Variegated Rhapis, and more.
Wide variety of plants other than palms will also be available.
Also Tropical Plant Sale at Rotary Park in Cape Coral on Saturday, Oct 24. from 9-2
I have no wish to bring up the 800 lb gorilla sitting in most of our living rooms. My father was in the FBI so I grew up with 800 lb gorillas. Suffice it to say my husband and I are old and afflicted with conditions and ailments (type A blood anyone?) that render us both high risk. So, voluntarily, we have self-quarantined at our home on one of the larger residential properties in Cape Coral (0.61 acre - don't laugh). But we are blessed to be surrounded by 100s of my beloved palms and tropical plants that provide a cooling oasis and privacy. It's so restful to work in the yard, lots to be done to take my mind off the woes of the world.
I thought I'd take some time to share photos of our little palm paradise as it looks like we won't be going anywhere for a while. I started outside the front door and continued into our 3-lot Garden Lot, which is fully planted except for our 10x16' garden shed.
Blue & Red Latans
Sabal minor Blountstown Dwarf x2 in planter box
Northern edge of Garden Lot
Views from inside the Garden Lot
March in the Park ANNUAL PLANT SALE
Date: Saturday, March 14, 2020
Time: 9 AM to 3 PM
Location: Jaycee Park 4125 SE 20th Pl, Cape Coral, FL 33904
Free Parking and Designated Handicap Parking!
Palms & other plants at reasonable prices as well as garden related items.
Tropiflora’s 20th Spring Festival
Friday, Saturday & Sunday – April 3rd, 4th & 5th 2020
Searle Brothers Nursery, Inc. & The Rainforest Collection® will be in attendance
More information to come later via a For-Sale topic...
I just moved back to the Ft Myers area after 17 years in the West Palm area.
Everything has changed and all the palm people and Nurseries I knew back then are gone. Can anyone provide me some Palm Contacts (Palm Society, good nurseries for uncommon palms, etc) in this area Thanks