[1 Tropical World Way]
[Boynton Beach], [Florida] [USA]
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About Tropical World Nursery
For as long as I can remember I've been interested in Nature. Growing up in
After college I purchased property in
I feel so lucky to be living in the "time slot of life" that I am enjoying. I have been able to see many plants in the wild, have enjoyed the transportation and technology available necessary to get them into cultivation , and to enter the new phase of saving species and the resultant gene pool. Now the hybridzation of these saved species will result in many new plants in the future. The best is yet to come!
I just hope we can leave some real Nature on this planet and man does not dominate every square inch.
I enjoy my personal collection of Japanese Maples for a good portion of the year. Being a true horticulturist, I always want to push the limits and grow things not particularly suitable to the area. (Verzal Farms that is close to us provides us with 90 days of cold storage to mimic their dormancy period.) Except for this, they seem to do fine, even if we miss the fall coloring.
We are working on heat tollerance for Camellias and Azaleas and have various varieties that perform well in
In 1990, we purchased property in the state of
Originally a coffee plantation and caged egg chicken farm, we have converted it into a bed and breakfast and horticulture nursery. We also conduct eco-tours . We have been accepted so well down there, I only wish the
Although we are considering semi-retirement, it is difficult to slow down. So, we have decided to offer, through Ebay, and our own website the many unique items that we have collected or have had specifically designed. We also continue to find new plants and items for our garden center located now off busy
At our new property in Loxahatchee Groves, Florida, we have plenty of space for our nine Pembroke Welsh Corgis, 2 Bengal cats, fancy guppies, half moon bettas and Altum angelfish, bantams, geese,turkeys, guineas an occasional otter or two, ahingas, Mandarin ducks and too many wood ducks and migratory birds to count. Driving into our place you never know what you will see as llamas, peacocks, burros, horses, African bongos, iguanas and an occasional loose tiger can be in residence. So far we have had no problems with Alligators, Pythons, and Komodo Dragons that are reported to be establishing themselves in