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  1. Jaramillo Gardeners trip to Carla Black's amazing Garden and Heliconia Farm in Volcan Sunday July 2, 2017 9:00 am tour by Carla Black Meet at 7:30 am at San Francisco Plaza in Alto Boquete to carpool to Volcan Free event Please RSVP here so we can get a count of how many cars and rides are needed. This is Carla's 9th Annual Heliconia Plant Sale and Garden Open House. (Sat and Sun July 1 and 2) Special tour for the garden club on Sunday July 2 at 9 am. 55+ varieties of Heliconias for sale. (Carla, President of the Heliconia Society International, is a plant explorer and expert horticulturist with a huge collection of heliconias and tropicals displayed in her wonderful gardens. Also waterlilies, bromeliads and other plants will be for sale. Don't miss this annual event. Plant list: http://heliconiagardenpa.wixsite.com/heliconiagarden http://www.heliconia.org/
  2. Join the Jaramillo Gardeners this Monday, June 5th at 9:00 a.m. to tour the amazing......... Butterfly Garden and Laboratory at The Honey Farm in Boquete. Emily has generously offered this tour (regular price $10) for our group at $3.00 each. MUST RSVP - email me carefreecynthia@gmail.com Meet at the Yeny market (aka Milky Burger) at the Y intersection above Boquete. Wear closed shoes please. Bring cash for the wonderful honey and gift shop. We need a minimum of 15 people to get this price.
  3. To the Boquete community: The annual plant sale for the Biblioteca de Boquete will be held this year on Saturday April 15. Last year I trucked in many plants and trees -- but they don't fare so well under those conditions. Moreover I trucked in two large truckloads of bagged cow manure + wood ash -- a good start for composting. This year I propose the following" (i) if you want our organic fertilizer, please order it now: 1 sack (using Mort's 25lb flower sacks) for $5. Mort's 50lb sack for $10. When you order, please come out to get it (by pre-arrangement so I will be here) and take a look at our nursery. If there's a plant you want, I'll put your name on it and have it ready for the growing season -- around April 15. If there are plants that you want that we are out of, I can start them for you. All plants are $5; all proceeds are for the Library Endowment Fund. Also, I am willing to visit your place for a consult, pruning advice, or advising your gardener. $25/hour -- for the library. For a powerpoint on local plants and growing, see: http://www.chiriqui.life/topic/4966-plants-and-trees-of-boquete/ Sincerely, Peter Sterling 6652-2763 psterlin@gmail.com
  4. Calling all Birders! Jaramillo Gardeners Trip to Oasis Linda. January 30, 2017, Monday 8:15 am. Meet at San Francisco Plaza to follow our tour leader, Dr Peter Sterling to this private estate on the other side of Potrerillos. $5 donation (benefits the Library) per person. Three hour visit, short talk with Linda, and time on your own to bird watch or collect cuttings and seeds, swim, take photos, eat your lunch, enjoy the gardens and water features, etc. Originally a citrus farm, this property has been 'wildscaped' to provide habitat for birds, butterflies and wildlife. Linda Scott is a photographer and has captured many rarely-seen birds on the farm, with over 350 species identified. She has given a talk at BCP Tuesday Talks showcasing her amazing photographs. See the link below... You are welcome to collect seeds and plant cuttings of the many native plants. Absolutely must wear long pants, long sleeves, and closed shoes. Bring swimsuit, binoculars, camera, bug spray, garden shears, plastic bags or a box for cuttings and seeds that you collect. Bring lunch and drinks if you want to picnic. https://oasislinda.shutterfly.com/
  5. Jaramillo Gardeners Trip to Finca Tangara, Palmira January 18, 2017, Wednesday 10 am. $5 donation (benefits the Library) per person for informative tour and consulting by Peter Sterling. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp Join us for a trip to Peter Sterling's beautiful farm - citrus, coffee, and native plant nursery, overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Palmira, Panama. The garden club went here a couple years ago and it remains one of our most popular trips ever! Plants - trees, shrubs, fruiting, flowers, etc will be for sale - all proceeds benefit the Boquete Library. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp. Bring small bills for the donation and to purchase plants. Wear long pants and closed shoes or you will be bug lunch! FYI - there is mud on farms... Directions if not carpooling: Finca Tangara is about 6.5 kilometers from Alto Boquete, Plaza San Francisco. Turn right at Plaza San Francisco onto Palmira road; go straight and continue through Palmira Centro (past the Jungla). Keep going past the Hacienda Esmeralda dairy and beneficio (on the left). Our driveway is the first left after the beneficio. There is a small roofed bus stop just before our drive. The sign is before the bus stop but hard to see. Come down the drive past the caretaker’s house 200m to the main house.
  6. Jaramillo Gardeners Trip to Finca Tangara, Palmira January 18, 2017, Wednesday 10 am. $5 donation (benefits the Library) per person for informative tour and consulting by Peter Sterling. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp Join us for a trip to Peter Sterling's beautiful farm - citrus, coffee, and native plant nursery, overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Palmira, Panama. The garden club went here a couple years ago and it remains one of our most popular trips ever! Plants - trees, shrubs, fruiting, flowers, etc will be for sale - all proceeds benefit the Boquete Library. Met up at San Francisco Plaza to car pool 9:45 am sharp. Bring small bills for the donation and to purchase plants. Wear long pants and closed shoes or you will be bug lunch! FYI - there is mud on farms... Directions if not carpooling: Finca Tangara is about 6.5 kilometers from Alto Boquete, Plaza San Francisco. Turn right at Plaza San Francisco onto Palmira road; go straight and continue through Palmira Centro (past the Jungla). Keep going past the Hacienda Esmeralda dairy and beneficio (on the left). Our driveway is the first left after the beneficio. There is a small roofed bus stop just before our drive. The sign is before the bus stop but hard to see. Come down the drive past the caretaker’s house 200m to the main house.
  7. Gesha plants for sale, $1.00 each, ready for planting, free delivery in Boquete area, arrangements for planting can be made Carol Cardinale Santana cardinalesantana@gmail.com 6646-7289
  8. GrayRiver Farms Plant Sale Sunday, May 1, 2016 at Chiriqui Storage Flea Market 1.5km passed the Dolega Y toward Boquete. 10:00am until 12:30 pm This month, we will have Agapanthus in blue and white! Also, if you have ant problems, our GR Greenacide is a really effective solution. There was a huge anthill beside Plamira Road where the ants were eating into the asphalt. One application of Greenacide killed them all! Please pre-order to ensure we have your plants. GRAYRIVER PLANTS FOR May 1 2016 grayriverfarms@yahoo.com 6949 1555 Trees JOY PERFUME TREE (Rare) $100 Perennials Moringa Trees $6 Cannas dwarf, white, red, , coral , each stem $2 Ylang ylang Trees $12 Cannas tall, orange, yellow each stem = $2 Dwarf Eureka Lemon Trees $40 Agapanthas white, blue $6 Eureka Lemon Trees (grafted) $25 Shrimp plant red $4 Persian Limes (grafted) $20 Annuals Meyer Lemons $20 Dwarf licorce (Helichrysum silver falls) $6 Calamondin Orange varigated leaves $25 Dill large plants $4 Washington Orange (navel) $10 Rosemary large plants $4 Cinnamon trees ( 4ft. Tall) $10 Sage large plants $4 Royal Palms $25 Basil $4 Closed Fan Palms (Lacuala grandis) $30 Oregano $4 Bismarck Palms $80 Solutions Phoenix Palms $25 Greenacide $10/liter Foxtail Palms $40 GR-Effective Microbes $ 10/liter Plumeria white large, fragrant $20 GR- Garlic Ginger Tonic $ 10/500ml African Tulip Trees 5 ft. tall $10 Ground covers Crape Myrtle Tree pink 4 ft. tall $10 Dichondra silver falls $3 Bauhinia varigata purple (orchid tree) $15 Purslane white ,yellow/pink $3 Bushes Moss Rose orange, white $3 Jasminum officinale (fragrant) $6 Japanese Mock Orange (fragrant) $15 Jasmine vines (fragrant) $6 Mirto ( similar to privet, but fragrant) $6
  9. Looking for water lilies or other types of water plants for a new garden feature I am building.
  10. I have a large quantity of helliconia and ginger plants for sale,Some palms and bits and pieces,I am a professional landscaper and horticulturist ,and have done gardens in Boquete and David , If you need help please contact me,
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