The South Florida Garden Show with Mark Benson Debuts This Saturday at 10 am on 850 WFTL
"Radio garden shows are not new, but this one is special," says Benson, who has hosted the program since 2007. "We only talk about gardening in our special area of the world. We are sub-tropical. There are plants and trees we can grow well here and others we cannot grow at all. We give practical advice only about our area."
"When you call The South Florida Garden Show, we talk about what you want to talk about," promises Benson, a Miami native who has a place in Jupiter where he grows over 140 tropical fruit trees, maintains an 800 square foot shade house for shade plants and orchids, and maintains a large butterfly garden that he is constantly updating with new plants and features. Benson has been involved with citrus, other tropical fruit and even cattle raising his entire life, so he brings a practical perspective to advice about plants, trees and lawns in South Florida.
The weekly radio show is always live and seasonally relevant, and often includes a guest appearance by Gene Joyner, who spent 35 years as an agriculture agent in Palm Beach County and created the Unbelievable Acres Botanical Garden in West Palm Beach.
"Make our radio show and web site your primary reference resource for lawn care, tropical fruit trees, flowering trees, butterfly gardening, landscape design, fertilization, pest control and more,' Benson adds. "We invite people to call in with their questions and tips, and gardening groups and organizations can promote their upcoming events."
For more information, please visit: www.thesouthfloridagardenshow.com.
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