Fruit and Spice Park Is A Fun Little Place To Visit

by Sylvia Gardner Bone
(South Miami, Florida)

I'm glad you introduced me to this park. I enjoy the tranquility of the grounds, but I also learn something new every time I visit.

Being new to Florida, I didn't have a good handle on what grows where and how, or how to care for it. Even though it is not a garden center, this place is an unbelievable source of that kind of information.

I live in South Miami, and have already planted a lot of the things I learned about at Fruit and Spice Park.

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