Here at Richard Lyons Nursery we are at the beginning of the dry season. The weeds are different from the wet season and the dry season fruits are nearing harvest. We have already picked some jujube and sapodilla. Many more … Continue reading
Just as most of us wilt during Florida’s long, humid summer, so do many vegetables which simply can’t hold up to hot nights and persistent rains. But not all is lost. There are many herbs that are adapted to beating … Continue reading
We at Richard Lyons Nursery wish one and all a very happy Thanksgiving. We are closed today and we will reopen tomorrow and be open this weekend as usual.
This weekend marks the 74th edition of the Ramble, one of Old Miami’s most revered horticultural celebrations. It has long since ceased being just a plant show, though. The modern Ramble features cooking classes, rare books, a furniture design show, … Continue reading
This week Richard’s Special is three gallon Black Ironwood trees for $9.00 each. Normally these bird attractors sell for $15 at our Nursery. It’s a slow growing tree with lush green foliage and a fruit that will have birds paying … Continue reading