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Plant for Pink!

The month of October is designated as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Stop into Tallahassee Nurseries to go pink!





Upcoming Events

All Saturday Workshops are free and open to the public. They do not require a reservation to attend unless otherwise specified. Each talk begins promptly at 10:00a.m.

Oct. 25th: Tallahassee Nurseries will host a free talk on growing fall herbs. Judy Stricklin, Master Gardener, will discuss selecting, growing, harvesting and using wonderful herbs to add spice to your garden and cooking.

Oct. 29th: The Red Hills Small Farm Alliance is sponsoring Seven Days of Local Delights - October 27-November 2. The many events highlight local food and farms in the Tallahassee area. Tallahassee Nurseries is joining the event with a talk on food preservation methods. Heidi Copeland, with the Leon County Extension Office, will lead a demo on ‘Preserving the Fall Harvest’. Learn all the techniques for saving your fall fruits and veggies by canning, freezing, drying, etc.

Nov. 1st: Cetta Barnhart with Seedtime Harvest Farms, will present a program on seasonal veggies, preparation hints and recipes, and consumer education for local food sources. The aim is to increase consumers consumption and awareness of the benefits of buying fresh vegetables from local farmers.

Nov. 8th: Lana Arnold will discuss ‘Fall Planting for a Colorful Spring’. Ms. Arnold will share her knowledge on how to successfully grow the many seeds and cool weather plants that can be added to the garden now for a beautiful, blooming flower bed in the spring.

November. 15th and 16th - 9AM-5PM

Artisans in the Garden - 18th Annual Fine Arts Festival. Come and join us for the whole day fun, food and music.