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Mickey Clickner
Water Garden Guide

Peace, tranquility and soothing sounds are just some of the benefits of incorporating a water feature to your garden. Picture rocking on the porch, cold iced tea in your hand on a hot summer day only to be cooled down further by the refreshing sounds of your water feature.

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Jonathan Burns
Hydrangeas for Mother’s Day

Hydrangeas are a classic for Mother’s Day, and with good reason. The soft, colorful blooms look like surreal paintings, adding splashes of blue, pink, and purple to the garden, right around Mother’s Day each year.

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Jonathan Burns
When Will My New Trees Produce Fruit?

The real answer to that question is unsatisfying…“it all depends.” To understand why, we must remember that a fruit tree is a living organism, a miraculous creature that can produce delicious food from merely soil, water, and sunshine. To make this everyday miracle possible, fruit

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Jonathan Burns
Louisiana Irises: Living Art From Our Own Backyard

Irises have inspired artists for centuries. Even masters like Van Gogh and Monet tried to capture the alluring beauty of these spring blooms. Despite the creativity and skill of these paintings, the real thing, the flower itself, still possesses the most magic.

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Jonathan Burns
Japanese Magnolias

While anyone can enjoy the trees at our local parks, you can bring home your very own Japanese Magnolia, to enjoy every year in your own garden.

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Savannah Atwell
How Do I Care For My Tillandsia

Tillandsias seem to be in constant demand, especially colorful varieties or ones in bloom. Caring for these little plants can seem daunting considering that most other houseplants grow in a pot of soil. Tillandsias are epiphytes which means they grow on other plants, not in

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Mickey Clickner
Indeterminate VS Determinate Tomatoes

Growing tomatoes in Tallahassee is one of the staple spring crops we’re able to cultivate! There are dozens of varieties to choose from making things not only a tasty adventure but, also super interesting. Before you jump into growing some for yourself, and maybe even

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Christmas Garden Gift Guide

Come Find Some Cheer During Your Holiday Shopping! As Christmas draws near, we’re all looking to find the perfect gift for the loved ones on our shopping lists.  Tallahassee Nurseries is your one-stop holiday destination. With a myriad of outdoor plant varieties, beautiful fountains, colorful

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Aunt Paula’s Victrola

Amaryllis are easy-to-grow bulbs that come in a plethora of color options, from solid red, white, pink, or green to striped with all sorts of patterns and petal formations. Everyone has their personal favorite, from the classic Red Lion to the unique Sumatra and Picotee.

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Kaelin Riché
Amaryllis: The Holiday Plant Gift that Keeps on Giving!

Amaryllis are easy-to-grow bulbs that come in a plethora of color options, from solid red, white, pink, or green to striped with all sorts of patterns and petal formations. Everyone has their personal favorite, from the classic Red Lion to the unique Sumatra and Picotee.

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Jane Chichetti
2021 Landscape Trends

For the gardener, there are exciting new trends in landscaping for 2021 that will be something to look forward to. A few new trends and some classic favorites that will be worth keeping an eye out for, or even adding to your own landscape, in the coming year.

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Jonathan Burns
2020 – 2021 Fruit Report

You won’t believe how many fruit bearing plants we’ve been able to source for planting this fall! Nearly all of it is locally grown, right here in the Florida Panhandle. Using edible plants in your landscape ensures you get something back for all the hard

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Hail to Variegated Plants!

My love affair with variegated plants started in my early garden years. Whether walking through a botanical garden or arboretum, my eyes were immediately drawn to the distinctness of these plants.

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Savannah Atwell
Things to Consider Before Choosing a Houseplant

The houseplant craze is spreading like wildfire, producing more and more new plant parents. I love having a customer walk into the greenhouse excited about buying their very first plant baby. Many of them are eager to confess “I don’t know anything about plants!” to

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Jonathan Burns
Muscadine Grapes

Muscadine Grapes are a real southern delicacy. These hardy grapes can be eaten fresh, pressed for juice, or made into wine. The native wild vines can be found all over the southeast, producing food for wildlife and any humans who are lucky enough to find

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Savannah Atwell
Summer Houseplants for Your Porch

Temperatures are really starting to warm up here in North Florida which means it is the perfect time to introduce some tropical foliage into your outdoor porch area. Whether you have shade, sun, or something in between, we have something green to spice up your

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Tallahassee Nurseries COVID-19 Statement

Dear Tallahassee Nurseries Family, We would like to extend a huge thank you to our employees and customers who have worked so hard to make the big changes required in this challenging time. With your cooperation and understanding we will continue to improve safety in

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Jonathan Burns
Making the Most of Native Plants

You’ve probably heard a lot about native plants in the last few years, but what’s so special about them? Native animals have been reliant on native plants as sustenance for eons. In those countless years they have developed a reliance on each other for food,

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Jonathan Burns
Taiwan Cherry Tree, a Tallahassee Nurseries Tradition

Exuberant, bright pink Taiwan cherry blossoms are a big part of springtime in Tallahassee. The eye-catching flowers are the earliest sign of the parade of spring blooms to come. These spectacular small trees hold a special place at Tallahassee Nurseries too. Introducing this plant to

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