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Tag Archives: Spanish moss

Art & Science: The Beauty and Strength of the Live Oak Tree

Oct

28

So, next time you are admiring a live oak, whether it be in our backyard or yours, admire it for its majestic beauty and its phenomenal strength, and your experience will be twice as sweet.

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Native Plants to Accompany Feast of Flowers Exhibit

Dec

20

Dovetailing with Jim Draper’s Feast of Flowers exhibit, The Museum is featuring a few groupings of

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#5 Thomas Moran – Ponce de Leon in Florida

Nov

15

This painting of early Florida history depicts the Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de León (c. 1474–1521) in the company of native Floridians.  Moran painted this work to hang in the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C. Moran was familiar with the western Plains Indians and depicted them in the painting instead of the distinctly different [...]

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