From our Garden to Yours

April 22, 2010   

What isn't in bloom at this time of year! Lily of the nile (pictured) are starting to put up their flowers, wisteria vines are ablaze with color and the everblooming Encore Azaleas won't stop showing their color. Enjoy this beautiful spring season full of amazing color.

This Saturday at 10am, come out and learn about The Secret to a Meaningful Garden: The Art of Feng Shui, presented by Maribet Balestena. To get a little information ahead of time check out her website. Your garden can become your sanctuary.

Happy Gardening,
Kim, Joey and Mark

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Saturday, April 24th at 10:00 am

A garden (even if it is a potted balcony), can be designed based on the principles of Feng Shui by using color, leaf texture, placement, type of plant, and purpose in order to activate life areas as defined on the BaGua. The expert and purposeful selection and application of plants and landscaping materials create an environment of abundance, healing and vitality.

Another important aspect of Feng Shui is directed at cleansing old, stagnant and detrimental energies and bringing new life and balance to your garden in addition to the bestowing of blessings and intentions for renewed peace and harmony.

Presented by Maribet Balestena


Herb Gardening  
Saturday, May 1st at 10:00 am

Create culinary masterpieces with fresh herbs straight from your garden. We'll talk about how to make herbs grow big and strong, as well as take a look at all the different herbs that grow in our area. There is something for every taste!



Growing Citrus in Florida
Saturday, May 15th at 10:00 am

Citrus are one of the most common fruits in our area, but they do come with their own problems. Join us to learn how to make your trees have their largest harvests ever.

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Kerby's Nursery

2311 S. Parsons Ave.

Seffner, FL 33584
(813) 685-3265

Open Seven Days a Week
Monday - Thursday,  9:00am - 5:30pm
Friday - Saturday,  9:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday,  9:00am - 4:00pm