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$10 for $20 Worth of Plants and Gardening Supplies at ECHO's Tropical Fruit Nursery

North Fort Myers

96% of 104 customers recommend

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Nonprofit trains aid workers for agricultural work on its campus while supplying gardeners with plants, fruits, and horticultural tools

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Expires Jan 30th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid in-store only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Homegrown vegetables are basically free, always fresh, and look great next to real food, such as pizza and steak. Garnish your garden with this Groupon.

$10 for $20 Worth of Plants and Gardening Supplies

Green thumbs stock their home gardens with plants and equipment such as papaya ($5/one gallon), solar lights ($24.95), muscadine grapes ($16/three gallons), and passionfruit ($20/three gallons) or browse the bookstore's selection of publications such as Agricultural Options for the Poor ($19.95) or Beekeeping: A Practical Guide ($18.95).

ECHO's Tropical Fruit Nursery

Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization was founded as Educational Concerns for Haiti Organization by businessman and philanthropist Richard Dugger as a method of providing much-needed agricultural training for aid workers and missionaries. Throughout its 31-year history, the interdenominational nonprofit has grown to house a nursery of tropical plants, a 7.5-acre farm, and a resource center of over 4,000 books and publications centered around providing sustainable food chains and livelihoods in poverty-stricken tropical areas. Celebrating its grand mission of training those who help the hungry and the poor, ECHO introduces visitors to rainforest climates and innovative urban gardening techniques in its Global Farm and preserves rare species while educating the public on complicated exchange rates at the seed bank. Each purchase made helps actualize this mission.

ECHO's volunteers promote food security in tropical and arid regions throughout the world with over 75,000 hours of work each year, and the hardworking 51-person staff of horticulturists, researchers, and program directors teach aid workers and the general public with a variety of workshops, internships, and guided tours on the verdant fields and well-tended nurseries of its bustling campus.

ECHO's Tropical Fruit Nursery

Educational Concerns for Hunger Organization was founded as Educational Concerns for Haiti Organization by businessman and philanthropist Richard Dugger as a method of providing much-needed agricultural training for aid workers and missionaries. Throughout its 31-year history, the interdenominational nonprofit has grown to house a nursery of tropical plants, a 7.5-acre farm, and a resource center of over 4,000 books and publications centered around providing sustainable food chains and livelihoods in poverty-stricken tropical areas. Celebrating its grand mission of training those who help the hungry and the poor, ECHO introduces visitors to rainforest climates and innovative urban gardening techniques in its Global Farm and preserves rare species while educating the public on complicated exchange rates at the seed bank. Each purchase made helps actualize this mission.

ECHO's volunteers promote food security in tropical and arid regions throughout the world with over 75,000 hours of work each year, and the hardworking 51-person staff of horticulturists, researchers, and program directors teach aid workers and the general public with a variety of workshops, internships, and guided tours on the verdant fields and well-tended nurseries of its bustling campus.



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96% of 104 customers recommend

  • “We love ECHO! Our yard and our garden are full of treasures we found at ECHO :)”

  • “I like the fact that they are very knowledgeable about their products and support a worthy cause.”

  • “Very helpful and a great organization.”

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    North Fort Myers

    17430 Durrance Rd.

    Fort Myers, Florida 33917

    239-567-1900

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