lakeland, florida (January 26, 2023) – The City of Lakeland will host the Plante Palooza Garden Festival on Saturday, February 25th at Hollis Gardens.th From 9am to 3pm The event is free and sells orchids, bromeliads, tillandsias, aroids, desert roses, plumerias, tropical plants, annual and perennial flowers, houseplants, a range of plants, caladiums, amaryllis There are several vendors that do. , camellias, ferns, roses, grasses, exotic fruit trees, native plants, succulents, nautilus, carnivorous plants, butterfly attractants, bamboo, spices, herbs, rare flowering trees, palms, cycads and more!
Kevin Polk, Grounds Maintenance Supervisor, who oversees Hollis Gardens, said: The Parks, Recreation, Arts and Culture department is very excited to host this event again at the beautiful Hollis Gardens. About 20 vendors will be selling a variety of plants at the event, making it interesting for all who attend. We will also have some local botanical associations and gardening clubs to share our knowledge and expertise. “
Featured vendors include RF Orchids, Tropiflora, Sow Exotic, 3 Season’s Growers, Paradise Found, My Crazy Plant Life, Critter Companions by Kenny Coogan, Mad Plants, George 4 Plants, Calusa Palms Nursery, Southern Blooms Florida Plant Nursery, Third Insight Design & Nursery, Rose Petal Nursery, Amaryllis & Caladium Bulb Company, Gut Desert, The Lakeland Garden Club, Lakeland Camellia Society, The Nectary, Central Florida Palm & Cycad Society. A portion of the proceeds from the event will go to the Hollis Garden Perpetual Care Fund.
Hollis Gardens is a botanical garden located at 614 East Orange Street in downtown Lakeland. It is set in a neoclassical architectural setting with patterned flowerbeds, public art, and ornamental fountains. Hollis Gardens is a formal garden on his 1.2-acre property within historic Lake Miller Park. More than 10,000 flowers, ornamental shrubs and native trees can be found here. For more information and hours of operation, visit www.lakelandgov.net/hollisgarden.
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The city of Lakeland was incorporated in January 1885 and has grown to become one of the largest inland communities in Florida. With a current population over her 100,000, Lakeland continues to grow. It has been designated a standard metropolitan statistical area by the U.S. Census Bureau for over 30 years. With attractions and Gulf Coast beaches just an hour away, Lakeland continues to take advantage of its ideal central Florida location on Interstate 4. The city owns and operates Lakeland Electric, her third-largest public utility in Florida, and he was one of the first to power the state of Sunshine more than 115 years ago.
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