• 20 May '18
    May 20 @ 9 am May 20 @ 5 pm
    Truly the largest annual orchid show in the U.S. featuring educational exhibits and orchid vendors. An American Orchid Society judged event that showcases various types of orchids, plant and supplies for sale. Hear lectures, try your look at one of...
  • 23 Jun '18
    June 23 @ 10 am June 23 @ 5 pm
    This event showcases local agriculture and tropical fruits. Vendor booths featuring tasty cuisine and rare fruit samplings will be available. Admission $8: (children 11 and under are free)
  • 24 Jun '18
    June 24 @ 10 am June 24 @ 5 pm
    This event showcases local agriculture and tropical fruits. Vendor booths featuring tasty cuisine and rare fruit samplings will be available. Admission $8: (children 11 and under are free)
WHAT’S IN SEASON?
White Sapote
White Sapote

The White Sapote, Casimiroa edulus, is one of those wondrous fruits that has its share of ups and downs!  It is a rare and unusual fruit, and is a member of the Rutaceae family, which also includes the familiar citrus. White Sapote trees are vigorous and beautiful, growing between 15 and 40 feet tall with

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UPCOMING EVENTS
  • 20 May '18
    May 20 @ 9 am May 20 @ 5 pm
    Truly the largest annual orchid show in the U.S. featuring educational exhibits and orchid vendors. An American Orchid Society judged event that showcases various types of orchids, plant and supplies for sale. Hear lectures, try your look at one of...
  • 23 Jun '18
    June 23 @ 10 am June 23 @ 5 pm
    This event showcases local agriculture and tropical fruits. Vendor booths featuring tasty cuisine and rare fruit samplings will be available. Admission $8: (children 11 and under are free)
  • 24 Jun '18
    June 24 @ 10 am June 24 @ 5 pm
    This event showcases local agriculture and tropical fruits. Vendor booths featuring tasty cuisine and rare fruit samplings will be available. Admission $8: (children 11 and under are free)
The Fruit & Spice Park

We’re the only tropical botanical garden
of its kind in the United States

The Park’s tropical climate can be found nowhere else in the continental U.S. and hosts over 500 varieties of fruits, vegetables, spices, herbs, and nuts, and other commercially important plant specimens from around the world.
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