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  • Spring is on the way.
    Are you planning your garden yet?

    While the last few days may have been too cold and dreary to do much work in the garden, it’s been perfect weather to make plans for it for the ye...
  • An Important Word to Know: Defaunation

    Most (if not all) of Little Red Wagon’s customers know that we love to #NurtureNative. And, while we often focus on the importance of native plant...
  • Celebrate National Houseplant Appreciation Day
    Go Green: Get A Houseplant

    It’s in the 60’s outside this morning and, as I sit inside sipping my coffee, I’m smiling as I look around and see so many houseplants. Most are do...
  • Christmas Bird Count:
    Another Way to #NurtureNative

    As our regular readers know, Little Red Wagon Native Nursery loves to nurture all things native. To that end, we’re highlighting one of the longes...
  • Design Trends 2022:
    Tropics Are In

    Garden Design Magazine just posted its predictions for garden design trends in 2022. We’re thrilled to see that “Gardening for Wildlife” made the l...
  • Leave The Leaves

    When people ask me what they can do to #NurtureNative, I almost always answer, “Use native plants and stop using chemicals.” Today, I’d like to add...
  • State Bird

    I recently learned of a campaign to replace Florida’s current state bird, the Northern Mockingbird, with another that is more distinctly Floridian....
  • What’s That Plant?

    Last week’s blog prompted a few of our customers to ask us to help identify the oaks on their properties. It got me thinking about some of the way...
  • Mighty Oaks

    As I was out walking the other day, I noticed that acorns are beginning to fall. A sure sign that winter is on its way, acorns are an important so...
  • Butterfly Walk at Picnic Island

    On Sunday, November 21 at 9:30 am, our sister organization, the Tampa Bay Butterfly Foundation, and NABA Tampa Bay will host a butterfly walk at Pi...
  • Learning About Natives

    Every now and then, a customer will ask us to provide guidance about reputable resources to learn more about native plants and their habitats. And ...
  • Great Nectar Sources To Feed Fall Butterflies

    With our nighttime temperatures in the 60’s, fall is definitely in the air. And while many of our friends in other parts of the country are prepari...