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Whatever the season Traveling Trees has all the great outdoor and indoor plants, decorations, and accessories to brighten up your environment.


Creating a festive look for fall is easy if you stop in and grab a few corn stalks to add to your home. We also carry straw bales, pumpkins, and gourds and other natural items to decorate both inside and outside your home. And we love Halloween!

Numerous plants bloom throughout the autumn season. Fall flower gardens provide not only appealing blooms but also add additional color and interest to the landscape. Let’s answer the question of, “What do I plant in a fall garden?”.

  • African Daisy
  • Bidens
  • Blanket Flower
  • Calibrachoa
  • Garden Mums


As soon as spring rolls around, gardeners everywhere head outside with new bulbs and tools in hand. However, gardening doesn’t have to be a warm weather-specific hobby because there are plenty of winter flowers that thrive in the cold. That’s right, even when the temperatures fall below freezing and a thick blanket of snow covers the ground, some flowers can grow tall. Although here in Florida we don’t see temperatures too cold, many perennials, annuals, and shrubs actually bloom during the coldest months of the year.

  • Pansies
  • Snowdrops
  • Daffodils


Each spring brings new and exciting plant material. Through the winter, we ready for spring a little more each day! We love stocking up on specialty items for Easter Baskets and of course we cannot forget St. Patrick’s Day, a holiday we feel is not only for tasting green beverages, but also a day to celebrate both joy and the friendships in our lives.

When robins sing to welcome spring, grab your trowel for planting. You can tuck all kinds of plants into your yard as spring unfolds, and watch the magic unfurl as April showers bring May flowers.

  • Sweet Pea
  • Pansy
  • Gladiolus


Boy is it hot in here? If you’re looking for the best flowers that offer vibrant color all summer long, check out these dozen no-fail, flowering plants. In most cases, you can harvest armloads to fill vases or give away, and still have plenty left to enjoy in your garden beds long past Labor Day.

  • Perennial Hibiscus
  • Purple Wave Petunia
  • Profusion Zinnias
  • Globe Amaranth
  • Sea Holly

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Wild Flower Market is the one place in Clermont Florida where you can find many of those special items you have been trying to find for your home or personal use such as home décor and body & bath items, hanging baskets, candles and more.

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