Welcome to Wilcox Nursery and Landscape. I’m Bruce Turley, the owner, and this is where we are focused on native plants and sustainable products and practices. We’re going to be talking about native plants and identifying and getting you familiar with some of our native plants. So we’re going to do a segment where we […]
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Want to know how to incorporate native plants into your next meal? Join Davis as he talks about different seasonal Summer natives and how they can be used in everyday cuisine. From Beautyberries to Elderberries, Florida Betony and Creeping Cucumber, we’ll discuss some of the easiest and tastiest natives to be growing, as well as […]
Checkout the replay from this live webinar with Davis from Wilcox Nursery and Mallory Foster of Wisehands LLC. Get some great tips on home gardening with native plants and how to raise chickens, as well as a great Q & A session with students of St. Petersburg College!
Hey guys, welcome back. We’re here again at Bonner Park and we’re going to talk about one of our most iconic important but also kind of misunderstood ecosystems, the mangrove ecosystem. So, the mangrove ecosystem actually covers about 469,000 acres, mostly in Central and South Florida. And they’re also responsible for providing nursery habitat for […]
This plant hearkens back to prehistoric times as the only cycad native to North America. The Coontie is a nearly indestructible plant that you can put almost anywhere. So Zamia integrifolia, also known as the Coontie is a slow-growing evergreen pom like shrub that grows about three to four feet tall and about three to […]
This Red Admiral butterfly was flittering and fluttering around the entrance to our back porch as we were closing, what a beautiful specimen! It generally uses a common lawn “weed” called Florida Pellitory that occurs in moist part shade areas, like the back of the nursery, and also our native False Nettle among a few […]