While Central Jersey was in the midst of summer temperatures last week, I had the opportunity to attend the National Association of County Farm Agents conference in West Palm Beach, Florida. The weather in the Garden State and Sunshine State has actually been pretty similar, although we’ve had a few thunderstorms in the south and it’s been very dry at home.

While in Florida, I had the opportunity to visit a local native plant garden supported by the Palm Beach Conservation Foundation. Pan’s Garden was established in 1994 as Florida’s first all-native botanical garden. Located on half an acre in the Palm Beach area, it is free and open to the public. The garden was created as “a place where people can find peace of mind and where children can find joy in living things.”

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