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Don’t miss this! July 2017 SBVG Newsletter View this email in your browser In This Issue Educational Workshops Alternate Workdays Website Refresh Be sure to follow our public website! Did you notice? Check out our new look at SouthBeachVictoryGarden Keep Up With Us Facebook Instagram Website Upcoming Events December Workday, Meeting, Holiday BBQ/Potluck SATURDAY, December … Continue reading Join the fun at our December Potluck! SBVG November Newsletter
These colorful flowers and kitchen herbs are magnets for specific pollinators. Vegetable gardeners should include at least a few in edible beds. Basil: attracts honeybees, solitary bees, and bumblebees to its small purple and white flowers. Bee balm (Monarda punctata): nectar-rich flowers attract bumblebees, honeybees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. UF/IFAS growing guide Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta): … Continue reading Call in the Pollinators
Here's your chance to learn all about cross pollination, with an emphasis on squash! Tonight (Wednesday), from 5:30 - 6:30pm, please join Maria Teresa Cerqueira, B.S, M.S, Ph.D, Master Gardener and Nutritional Consultant for this important workshop. Given that it’s dark by 6pm, battery-operated hurricane lanterns will be on the picnic tables for your enjoyment. … Continue reading Cross Pollination Workshop – Tonight (Wednesday)
I was at the garden this morning and the outside lock turned very smoothly. I think that the City had its locksmith out to fix the tumbler. Don.
Dear SBVG Gardeners, Welcome to the official beginning of the South Florida Growing Season! If you haven’t already started, now is the time to prepare your soil, plan your garden and get those seeds, seedlings or plants into your awaiting fertile soil. Below are some of the upcoming events at the garden. Please plan your … Continue reading SBVG Upcoming Events, Fall & Winter, 2017