Daddy-O’s Annual Tropical Fruit Festival in Palm City




Pinder’s Nursery is pleased to invite you to Daddy-O's Annual Tropical Fruit Festival on Saturday, June 22 from 10am-3pm. Explore fruit from around the globe and sample a wide variety of tropical fruit, beverages, fresh-churned ice cream, salsas and chutneys. Enjoy comparing different varieties of mangos, recipe sharing and stories of growing up in the tropics.

In addition to information on planting, growing, and harvesting a door yard garden of fruit trees, learn about the powerful healing properties of various fruits, herbs and spices of the tropics. Sample tropical fruit shandies, enjoy a newly expanded butterfly house experience and taste a collaborative brew created by Pinder’s Nursery and SideDoor Brewery located in Port Saint Lucie.

“All of these experiences are offered without cost as we share our joy of gardening and celebrate wellness programing by Intentionally Well at Pinder’s Nursery,” says Terri Pinder, ARNP.

Location: Pinder’s Nursery, 5500 SW Martin Hwy, Palm City. For more information, call Pinder’s Nursery at 772-781-8085 or Intentionally Well at 772-214-1933. 

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