The Fernandina Farmer’s Market is hosting the first ever, two day, Amelia Island Garden Show, with over 50 “invitation only” vendors and industry experts in March.
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On Amelia Island, Florida, where it only freezes a handful of times per year at the most, people need to know the best way to protect their tender tropical plants from the freezing weather.
Becky Jordi, Amelia Island Master Gardener, will share her island gardening secrets with you at this FREE event.
The new restrictions only allow for one (1) day a week watering until daylight savings time takes effect on the second Sunday in March.
Plants would rather have rain water, just ask them.
Many people use rainwater for the flushing of their toilets, watering of their gardens and all landscape plantings, washing of their cars and numerous other things.
We still have at least 60 to 75 days of warm weather left and many plants will produce fruit in less than this time. I recommend using already established plantings, rather then starting from seed as this lengthens the harvest time.
If it has the label, As Seen on TV‚ I likely have one somewhere around my home.
The Century Plant, or Agave Americana, is originally from Mexico but now grows in a variety of places and Amelia Island is one of them.