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Flowering Trees Southwest Florida

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Published on May 12, 2014

Dr. Doug Caldwell is the University of Florida|IFAS, Extension Landscape Horticulture Educator in Collier County. Doug has a Ph.D. in entomology, so everyone calls him "Dr. Dougbug".

This video is about flowering trees which could be used more often in South Florida. Some would be ideal replacements for Live Oaks which have outgrown their site. Nine (
9)favorite bloomers are featured, but there are over 100 that you could choose from.

Click on this link to get a colorful PDF containing more details about these trees:
http://collier.ifas.ufl.edu/CommHort/...

Click on this link to get a PDF about Hong Kong Orchid Trees:
http://collier.ifas.ufl.edu/CommHort/...

You are cordially invited to receive my Bugs & Shrubs Newsletter about Florida Horticulture
Click on this link:
http://eepurl.com/UeHwn

Correction: The Royal Poinciana boulevard was photographed in June, 2013 at 5th Ave. South & 6th Street in Naples.

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