Tag Archives: Discover

What’s that Plant? Pond Apple!

The Pond Apple goes by many names, including Alligator Apple, Annona Glabra, and Monkey Apple. The tree cannot grow in dry settings, and is commonly found near ponds or other bodies of water. Check out the latest episode of “What’s that Plant?” to find out where you can spot Pond Apple in our parks!

Destination Recreation 9: Riverbend Park and Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park

Whether you’re looking to enjoy a peaceful natural setting and spot some deer and wild turkey, get some exercise along ten miles of trails, kayak along the Loxahatchee River, or learn about historic battles and Pioneer life, Riverbend Park and Loxahatchee River Battlefield Park provide unique experiences!

Volunteer Spotlight: Debbie DeLucco & Donna Adair

PBC Parks’ ‘Volunteer Spotlight’ highlights our talented and dedicated volunteers! Meet DuBois Pioneer Home volunteers, Debbie DeLucco and Donna Adair, two of the “original” Dubois Pioneer Home historical docents. Watch the video to learn about the dedicated volunteers – including what they enjoy most about being docents!

Docents provide guests with quality, educational, and enriching experiences by giving educational tours throughout the DuBois House exhibit. Consider becoming a docent at the DuBois House located at DuBois Park in Jupiter! Call PBC Parks Volunteer Services at 561-966-6609 for more information.

What’s that Plant? Strangler Fig!

The Florida Strangler Fig wraps its roots around host trees, widens, and forms larger roots that eventually take over its host tree. This unique tree is also the host plant for the Daggerwing Butterfly! Check out the latest episode of “What’s that Plant?” to learn more about the Florida Strangler Fig.