FLOR500 Garden 311 Dr. Henry Nehrling, Horticulturalist (1853–1929) Dr. Nehrling experimented, cultivated, and popularized many of the plant species that are now common in Florida landscapes. He kept extensive journals documenting the natural environment of Florida in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He conducted much of his research on Caladiums, Ficus and Palms in his Gotha and Naples homes.
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Dr. Henry Nehrling, Horticulturalist  

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Dr. Henry Nehrling, Horticulturalist  

(1853–1929)

Dr. Nehrling experimented, cultivated, and popularized many of the plant species that are now common in Florida landscapes.  He kept extensive journals documenting the natural environment of Florida in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  He conducted much of his research on Caladiums, Ficus and Palms in his Gotha and Naples homes. 





 




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