Nassau County, Florida residents are invited to free plant clinics (bring plant samples showing problems in landscapes for solutions). Want advice on plant selections so your garden blooms in the Spring, Summer and Fall? Free gardening clinic on perennials. Also, a fun workshop to build a rain barrel for your yard. The bi-annual plant sale will be held on May 18, 2013.
A Spanish ship that sunk in 1715, the San Miguel, is actually one of the richest treasure ships yet to be found. Its cargo is estimated to be worth a cool $2 billion. It may be sunk off the southend of Amelia Island. Amelia Research & Recovery has ambitious plans to search for this buried treasure this summer off the southernmost shores of Amelia Island, Florida.
It’s pretty obvious that Amelia Island/Fernandina Beach is an affluent place. Million-dollar houses are commonplace. Topnotch resorts attract tourists from the world over. And celebrities are buying properties here. But how does Amelia Island stack up against its neighbors in northeast Florida? Pretty decently, as evidenced by a report published in the Jacksonville Business Journal.
Did you know Amelia Island is the gateway to the Great Florida Birding Trail? On Earth Day, what better time to share some of Amelia Island’s natural splendor? Throughout the day Painted Buntings and Indigo Buntings frequented a backyard feeder in Fernandina Beach. A beautiful sight, the vivid colors of these buntings will surprise the novice seeing them for the first time.