Edibles

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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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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Jonathan Burns
Basic Fruit Tree Care

Fruit trees can be tricky to grow. While an ornamental plant need only survive to fulfill its function, a fruit tree generally needs to thrive before it will produce fruit. Basic fruit tree care is essentially the same as for other plants, it’s just more

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Jonathan Burns
2019 – 2020 Fruit Report

We are so incredibly excited to offer this season’s fruit collection. We’ve worked hard to source as many locally grown plants as possible & our fruit section is the fullest and most diverse it has ever been. We are starting the season out with over

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Jonathan Burns
The Easiest Fruit Trees to Grow

Growing food, whether fruit or veggies, is not the easiest thing to do. But some types are easier to grow than others. It’s so important to set small, achievable goals when taking on a challenging new project like learning to grow your own food. By

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Jonathan Burns
Fruit Trees Make Great Ornamentals

Sure, fruit trees look great in an orchard, but they can also look amazing on the corner of your house or planted along your driveway. Plant a fruit tree today, and see a little bit of eden tomorrow.

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Jonathan Burns
Growing Citrus for North Florida

Tons of Tallahassee home gardeners have had huge bumper crops as of late. Don’t wait to get in on all the fun! With this guide to growing citrus, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to make make your garden a veritable fruit stand!

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