Lemon Tree Inn’s garden became a desired destination for butterflies as well as our guests.
Naples, Florida (PRWEB) January 13, 2015
Lemon Tree Inn of Naples, Florida will celebrate its new landscaping by releasing thousands of ladybugs on January 17. The boutique hotel has also sprouted a new “Pollination Package”, which offers a three-night stay with two tickets to the Naples Botanical Garden and a packet of flower seeds for $358 now through April 14 - a savings of 15%. Lemon Tree Inn, which has a butterfly garden in its courtyard garden, releases ladybugs as needed to rid the plants of pests. The hotel will release another group of ladybugs this June in celebration of National Pollinator Week. For more information, visit LemonTreeInn.com.
“The butterfly garden that Hunter Reno helped us create in 2010 was exquisite. All the plants she selected thrived and Lemon Tree Inn’s garden became a desired destination for butterflies as well as our guests,” stated Sid Kalmans, owner of Lemon Tree Inn, “With the new landscaping, we added bamboos, more native plants and further increased the number of plants butterflies love.” Master Gardener Hunter Reno, a mother of two, former travel journalist and supermodel, has built organic vegetable gardens for five-star restaurants and developed edible school gardens for public schools in Miami.
Lemon Tree Inn offers a “Pollination Package” which includes a three-night stay, tickets to the Naples Botanical Garden and a packet of pollinator-friendly flower seeds. Packages start at $358 for a standard room now through April 14, 2015, and $256.95 April 15 through December 14, 2015. Rates are based on double occupancy and do not include tax. Book online using the code “BLOOM.”
During National Pollinator Week, June 15-21, 2015, Lemon Tree Inn will release butterflies and ladybugs around the garden to refresh the population already enjoying the garden. Downloadable garden guides are available here: http://pollinator.org/npw_gardens.htm. Gardeners and horticulture enthusiasts can learn more about pollinators at pollinator.org and see stunning tropical plants at the Naples Botanical Gardens (http://www.naplesgarden.org), located just 3 miles from Lemon Tree Inn.
Lemon Tree Inn, locally owned and operated, is a boutique hotel with a Caribbean spirit. Each hotel room, which is unique from the bed style (four poster mahogany bed to wicker sleigh beds) to the artwork, has a tropical theme including brightly colored Adirondack chairs facing the courtyard garden. Continental breakfast is served poolside and lemonade is served all day. Guests can rent bicycles and ride to the beach or the many shops, galleries and restaurants just blocks from the hotel. For more information or to book a reservation, call 888-800-LEMO or visit http://www.LemonTreeInn.com
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