The Plant Lady, Brie Arthur, will talk at the UF/IFAS North Florida Research and Education Center on March 5, 2022.

Imagine walking out of your front door with a cup of coffee and admiring your garden. A cherry tomato plant, ripe with shiny red fruit, has grown so large and sprawling that the white staircase handrail is serving as its trellis. The resulting appearance is a lush green entranceway to the front door.

The cherry tomato stands tall behind shockingly blue stokes asters and burgundy day lilies. Nearby, bees buzz around fragrant flowering basil. The plum tree planted near the road is peppered with perfectly round reddish-purple fruit that is almost ready to harvest. The patch of coontie palms planted near the plum tree is also pleasing to the eye.

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