Markets & Shows

            LAKE EOLA: Every Sunday 10:00-4:00

We are excited about displaying our plants and unique, one of a kind dish gardens at Lake Eola every Sunday.  The Orlando Market at Lake Eola is beautiful and always interesting.   

                   SOMETHING NEW AT LAKE EOLA

                                           MAKE YOUR OWN BONSAI

Kids love plants and love to learn about them.  We are having special clinics just for them every other Sunday.  Big kids love it too!

We offer a wide variety of beautiful succulent dish gardens.

One of our table displays.

Florida beach lover special: a dish garden in
a sea shell.

Arboricola also known as an Umbrella Plant.

Arizona Cypress

Dish Garden using a succulent and moss.

Jim is passionate about and enjoys teaching our
customers how to care for their plants.
He is also available to answer questions through his
email or by phone. 

Apopka Art and Foliage Festival:  April 26-27

The 2014 53rd edition of festival will be the biggest and best yet…here are the particulars:

53rd Apopka Art and Foliage Festival

Kit Land Nelson Park, 441 N. Park Avenue, Apopka, FL

Saturday, April 26  9:00 am-5:00 pm

Sunday,  April 27  10:00 am-4:00 pm

Jim's interview with Buddy Pittman that will be aired on a show called "Artisodes"
May 22 at 8:00 pm on WUCF_TV, the PBS station.

 April 23, 2014

This is the start of a new blog featuring pictures and insights into the farmer's market and garden show scene.

These are various pictures of the dish gardens we displayed at the Apopka Show.

Succulents are easy to grow and maintain and make
beautiful dish gardens.

We offer a wide range of succulents designed in unique one of
a kind  pottery.

This beautiful plant with yellow blooms in our Hypertufa pottery is called Moon
and Stars. 

Dauchshund Topiary is very popular with our customers who
love dogs.

Cat Topiary

These is a dish of colorful moss that Jim harvested in the woods in North Carolina.

Juniper Bonsai

One of our favorite plants, the Desert Rose.

A popular plant with our customers is the Life Saver plant.
The flowers actually look like Life Savers.

Our Daughter Meredith makes wonderful Hypertufa Pottery.
As you can see in some of the pictures, Jim has used them
for his plants.

Heuchera Plant  in a Hypertufa Pottery.

This is a Bald Cypress arrangement that received a lot of attention
at the show.

Succulent Dish Garden

Ponytail Palm