Best Nursery to Buy Perennial Vegetables & Fruit Trees in South Florida

Source: GrowingYourGreens
February 10, 2017

John from takes you on a field trip to ECHO in Ft. Myers, Florida to share with you the best perennial vegetable plant nursery in South Florida that specializes in edible and useful plants for your garden, so you can grow more food.

In this episode, John will take you on a tour of the ECHO nursery, and share with you some of his favorite varieties of leafy green vegetables that will grow year round in South Florida, as well as a selection of fruit trees. You will get a personal tour, and John will share his top tropical perennial vegetables that you must plant if you live in South Florida.

You will also discover: How you can have avocado all 4 seasons of the year by planting different varieties. You will about the easiest to grow perennial vegetables they are offering at ECHO and how easily you can grow them anywhere in South Florida.

John will also share tips on picking papaya fruit trees, as well as a few other fruit trees. You will learn about the one root vegetable that just must plant.

Finally, You will learn about the ECHO farmers market they have on-site every Friday and Saturday. You will also learn where to buy rock dust in the South Florida area.

Finally, John will take you inside the bookstore and share with you some seeds that you can purchase thru the mail. You will also learn about some of the best books that Echo offers in their bookstore.

Two Easy Perennial Vegetables You Must Grow in Your Garden

Source: GrowingYourGreens
John Cole
November 15, 2016

John from shares with you two perennial vegetables that can provide your family a resilient food source with little care.

In this episode, John will take you into his front yard garden and share with you two easy to care perennial vegetables that can provide you food for many years.

First, John will share with you his experiences about Native American Runner beans and then Chinese chives.

After watching this episode, you will have an awareness of two of the easiest perennial vegetables you must grow in your garden.