Mar

27

2019

In The Garden – Papaya Tree

Spring is the time for this luscious fruit. The papaya tree is an exotic fruiting specimen that grows best in USDA zones 9 and 10....

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Mar

25

2019

In The Garden Spirit Tree Benefits The Bailey-Matthews National Shell Museum and Education Foundation

In The Garden – Sanibel’s Retail Garden Center and Outdoor Showroom has planted a spirit tree that benefits local non-profits. The Olive tree was chosen...

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Mar

23

2019

March Photo Contest Winner Announced. Enter our April Contest!

The winner of our March photo contest is Marianne Pasqual. The theme of the contest was “Palms in Black and White.” Submitted photos were posted...

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Mar

06

2019

Dahoon Holly

The native Dahoon Holly (Ilex Cassine) is a versatile, small shade tree that can be utilized in various locations in your island landscape.  The Dahoon...

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Mar

01

2019

In The Garden Spirit Tree Benefits The Captiva Island Historical Society

In The Garden – Sanibel’s Retail Garden Center and Outdoor Showroom has planted a spirit tree that benefits local non-profits. The Olive tree was chosen...

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Feb

27

2019

Lily of the Nile

The agapathus africanus, commonly called Lily of the Nile is native to South Africa. The name agapanthus is derived from the Greek word agape, meaning...

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Feb

26

2019

Spring Equinox Meditation at In The Garden

Join islander, healthy living coach, yoga and meditation teacher, Tamara Joffe and R.S. Walsh Landscaping In The Garden to welcome the first day of spring...

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Feb

20

2019

Our native sunflower loves the beach

Southern Florida is bringing the sun to you with this native bloomer, the dune sunflower (Helianthus debilis), which owns a bright flare of yellow, and...

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Feb

13

2019

February Photo Contest Winner Announced – Enter Our March Contest!

The winner of R.S. Walsh Landscaping’s February photo contest is Laurie Hafener. The theme of the contest was “Life in the Mangroves.” Submitted photos were...

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Feb

13

2019

Cycad: the ancient plant

Cycadophyta, “cycads”, are an ancient group of tropical and subtropical plants dating back more than 200 million years ago, from the time of the dinosaur...

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Feb

06

2019

Show your colors with cordylines

Cordyline fruticose, a native to Southeast Asia, is often referred to as a ti plant or Hawaiian ti. Because the growing conditions are favorable in...

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Jan

24

2019

In The Garden Spirit Tree Benefits Sanibel Historical Museum and Village

In The Garden – Sanibel’s Retail Garden Center and Outdoor Showroom has planted a spirit tree that benefits local non-profits.   The Olive tree was chosen...

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