June is the month when many of the flowering trees start to show their colors- they thrive with longer daylight hours, afternoon d..
From now until October 1, 2019, a special garden display created by Edison Ford staff will be on view at the United States Bot..
Want a tree that is sure to make the neighbors stop and stare? Then consider the jackfruit, a tree that produces one of the oddest..
We are less than ten days away from traveling to our nation's capitol to set up replicas of the Edison Botanic Research Corporatio..
Next time you're walking through our gardens, take a look at our new educational signs on plant diseases and pests and learn how y..
Join one of our butterfly spotting teams for Edison Ford's third annual butterfly count as part of the North American Butterfly As..
Right on schedule, the first of many black swallowtail butterflies, Papilio polyxenes, emerged from their chrysalises on March 20,..
You may know that both Mina Edison and Clara Ford grew roses at their year-round residences, but did you know that you can hav..
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 ..
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