October 3, 2015

Moving My Citrus Collection Indoors

As many of you know, I have quite a large collection of warm weather plants at my farm, including citrus trees and a vast array of other tropical specimens. Because I live in a four-season region, during colder months, it’s vital these plants move indoors, where the temperature and humidity levels can be controlled. Fortunately, I am able to keep them in high-grade greenhouses, where they can continue to thrive all year long.

This week, the forecast called for drenching rains and high winds - remnants of a hurricane. Thanks to a very strong outdoor grounds crew, the proper equipment, and some fast footwork, we moved the plants to safety before the brunt of the storms. Here are some of photos…

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