Together, they founded and direct GardenMusic, the music festival of the world-renowned Fairchild Tropical Garden
in Miami; they continue to tour regularly throughout the U.S.
I worked at Fairchild Tropical Garden
[in Coral Gables]; I started as a volunteer after my mom passed--I wanted something to feed my soul."
We are sure that, if you asked all of the dozens of employees at Fairchild Tropical Garden
in those days--from gardeners on up--it would be a rare soul who wouldn't say: Oh!
International trompe sonneurs from Belgium, France, Germany, and the United States performed a series of concerts at the Coral Gables Museum, Fairchild Tropical Garden
, and the Saint Patrick Church in Miami Beach FL.
I went to Fairchild Tropical Garden
a couple of times a week.
Lichtenstein sculpture is at the Fairchild Tropical Garden
, and the usual video and audio projects are in the Botanical Garden, opposite the fair.
Austin (Fairchild Tropical Garden
, Coral Gables, FL) points out the remarkable fact that no synthesis of the plants historically used by the inhabitants of Florida had previously been compiled.
Fairchild Tropical Garden
. The largest tropical garden in the United States and one of the biggest in the world.
This "is a classic example of invasive ecology," observes Mike Maunder, horticulture director of the Fairchild Tropical Garden
Following nature's example, Fairchild Tropical Garden
initiated a collaborative effort in 2000 to restore the beach clustervine (Jacquemontia reclinata), an endangered plant in the morning glory family (Convolvulaceae), to the coastal dune system of southeastern Florida.
Cynthia Lane, Ph.D., is the Conservation Ecologist at Fairchild Tropical Garden
Research Center (305-667-1651; firstname.lastname@example.org); Elena Pinto-Torres (email@example.com) and Hannah Thornton (firstname.lastname@example.org) are graduate students at Florida International University and Fairchild Tropical Garden
, and Sam Wright is a Field Assistant at Fairchild Tropical Garden
The threat of thefts means that Some interesting plants are never displayed to the public," agrees Charles Hubbach, long-time director of plant collections at Fairchild Tropical Garden
in Coral Gables, Florida.