Robert Haehle passed away Sunday, June 2, 2013
with Bob Haehle
Prior to his death. Robert Haehle led garden
walks at Bonnet House.
Contact them for more information.
900 North Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale, To RSVP
and for tour info and ticket prices call: 954-563-5393.
Visit them on the web at www.bonnethouse.org
Broward Mission is to Create and certify NatureScape sanctuaries
throughout Broward County.
Find out how you can
participate and get your property certified.
The FREE programs will continue at the Wilton
500 NE 26th Street Wilton Manors, FL 954-390-2195. On the second
Wednesday of each month October through April. All classes begin at
If you have any requests for topics for next years classes, Please call
M.E. DePalma at 954-563-2148 with your suggestions.
NBC6 Today Show TV Appearances
Haehle tells how to keep the color in our garden..even with pruning
Add a few flowering trees to light up your
...Bob Haehle and Jesse Durko
FAMILY -- plants that bloom
all year and will tolerate a good amount of shade
... Bob Haehle and Jesse Durko
A DIFFERENCE IN THE ENVIRONMENT - GOING GREEN
....M.E. DePalma talks about -
12 things you can do in your yard that will reduce the size of your
footprint on the planet. View
the12 step list
Download Art Constantino's
pdf file that will teach you how
OWN RAIN BARREL (pdf) b/w
PowerPoint presentation on Rain
GROW OR GO
the Broward -Monroe - Dade Counties: www.redlandorganics.com is
CSA, Community Supported Agriculture program available between
November and March. Organic Buying Club of South Florida www.organicbuyingclubsofla.com
Attract Birds To
July 20, 2006 --
M.E. DePalma of the Fort
Lauderdale Gardening Club shows Kelly Craig what to do to bring the
sound of birds into your garden ...
Batty Plants For
Oct. 26, 2006 -- Friends M.E. DePalma and Rose Butman from the Fort Lauderdale Garden
Club show us some plants to
incorporate into our Halloween ...
Gardening: Heart-Shaped Flowers"
M.E. DePalma on Herbs
- Click to view: Herb information in A
Garden Diary on NBC TV *Requires Real
Treasures from Trash
* a Quick time movie will open in a new browser window featuring ME DePalma
making contrived flowers - Hibiscus and Iris from Philodendrum spathes
- Magnolias from plastic spoons and more from your yard trash on the
NBC6 South Florida Today Show
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