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  • Outdoor Design

    If you watch any of the popular home design shows, chances are high that at some point during the episode, you’ll hear mention of adding layers an...
  • Let’s Nurture Native This Fall

    Across much of the nation, Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. Although we may not yet notice cooler days, migrating birds and b...
  • Little Red Wagon Native Nursery's 1st Birthday!

    In April 2020, the week of Earth Day, I had the first pop up native plant sale as Little Red Wagon Native Nursery.  A month into the Covid pandemi...
  • What's in Bloom

    I love our customers. Every single day at least one of our customers shares a tidbit or other fun fact that makes me take pause and realize we’re ...
  • Go Wild: Explore A State Park

      Anyone who knows me knows that I long for the Florida of my youth – a state filled with natural beauty, native plants and wildlife. Lots and lots...
  • Celebrating National Moth Week

    It’s National Moth Week, a time to celebrate the wonders of these flying beauties and the many benefits they contribute to our ecosystem.  I still ...
  • Shell-ebrating the Gopher Tortoise

    One of the things I most appreciate about being out in nature is that I never know what to expect. Sometimes it’s the smallest thing that catches ...
  • Let’s Do More. Let’s Save the University of South Florida Forest Preserve.

     As I write this, Elsa is raging while 58% of US states are experiencing drought. Hundreds died in the sizzling heat wave that spanned the Pacific ...
  • Container Gardening for Pollinators

      One of our customers recently mentioned that she’d like some pointers on container gardening for pollinators. She explained that she lives in an ...
  • It's World Sea Turtle Day. Plant Florida Native Plants to Help Save Them.

      Sea turtles are the unassuming handymen of our oceans. They mow the beds of seagrass lining ocean floors, remove algae from coral reefs, and act ...