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Updated: 11/06/2013 10:18:11AM

Venice Farmers Market offers food for thought

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It was standing room only at a seminar on edible landscaping held Oct. 26 at the Venice Farmers Market.

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Master Gardeners Frank Saracino, left, and Bob Burtwell represented the Sarasota County Extension Service in its booth at the Venice Farmers market on Oct. 26.

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One of three seminars on edible landscaping presented by Robert A. Kluson, Ph.D. Oct. 26 at the Venice Farmers Market.

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Vanilla beans growing at the Edison-Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers.

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Hot chili peppers as offered for sale by a vendor at the Venice Farmers Market.

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Banana trees and bananas come in a variety of sizes and colors that can provide food and a tropical look to a home garden.

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Robert A Kluson, Ph.D., presented a seminar on edible landscaping at the Venice Farmer's Market.

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Native friendly plants are water and labor savers.

Many also can be food sources and even landscape enhancers.

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