We ran across a nice article from The News-Herald in Willoughby, Ohio, with the headline: “Fort Myers’ Edison and Ford Winter Estates captivate with colorful gardens and history.”
The story, written by Janet Podolak, begins:
“Gardens are a big draw for me wherever I am. This time of year, when everything seems to burst into colorful bloom transforming the gray winter landscapes, staying home to watch the changes has been an unexpected benefit of the pandemic.
When I visited the Fort Myers area in the fall, the growing season was over in Ohio, but gardens were flourishing in Florida in the cooler October days and evenings. I loved visiting the Sanibel Island Farmers Market (see bit.ly/fla-captiva-sanibel) and the gardens at the Edison and Ford Winter Estates, which were both beautiful and intriguing…”
To read the rest of the article, click here!