Carole Andersen
Carole Andersen
  • Hometalker
  • Fort Myers, FL

December in SW Florida...


With no more grass in the yard, plants really get to spread their foliage and blossom. It's a treasure to wake up every day and simply enjoy it and no longer be a slave to mowing.
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  • Douglas Hunt
    on Dec 23, 2013

    December is a great time in the Florida garden. Thanks for sharing.

  • Lee Cunningham Green
    on May 10, 2015

    These are beautiful, I am learning so much about the flowers in this area, I am so happy to see the vivid yellows and purples I am fond of, I was lucky enough to plant some Lilies, Frangiopanis, and Guava plants as well as a few pine apples. I can't wait until I can celebrate the flowers, my plan is to have a yard that is more of a garden than a yard. If you have any suggestions I am always looking for more.

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