Public gardens play an important role in plant conservation, and the gardens at the Edison and Ford Winter Estates are no exceptio..
As of March 11, 2019, we can see at least three black swallowtail, Papilio polyxenes, pupas (or chrysalises) in our ‘butterfly..
Visitors to Edison Ford during the month of March may notice unusual ‘cages’ in our herb garden alongside the Ed..
You may have heard about our exciting new project to recreate the historic Henry Ford Citrus Grove, but many visitors are unaware ..
When people consider moving to Florida, they often dream of growing a juicy orange tree in their backyard. But there's more to bac..
If you've passed by the Estates in the past few months, you may have wondered about the small trees covered in white cloth on the ..
Do you know how to grow one of the world's most popular flowers, the rose? Did you think it was impossible to grow them in the hea..
Don't miss Southwest Florida's biggest plant sale: the Edison Garden Festival on February 9 and 10, 2019 at the Edison and Ford Wi..
While you're out (or online) doing your holiday shopping, visit our Garden Shoppe for some unique and eco-friendly gifts for your ..
Not many flowers are able to change their petal color, but the yesterday, today and tomorrow (YTT), Brunfelsia gra..
We may not get blizzards in Southwest Florida, but you can tell your northern friends you have "snow" in your yard after you've pl..
If you've been to an Edison Garden Festival, you know to expect plant sellers like Rege Malone, Tropiflora, and Peacock Cottage, a..
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