Win Turner, 77, looks Saturday toward where a cypress tree fell onto the back of his son's pickup as Hurricane Wilma came through and destroyed much of the lush tropical garden surrounding his East Naples home. 'It's like everything was put in a mixer,' he said. Turner has been cleaning and trying to restore his garden back to health every day from sunup to sundown since Monday. 'It will probably take four years for everything to be back to normal.'

Photo by Garrett Hubbard, Daily News

Win Turner, 77, looks Saturday toward where a cypress tree fell onto the back of his son's pickup as Hurricane Wilma came through and destroyed much of the lush tropical garden surrounding his East Naples home. "It's like everything was put in a mixer," he said. Turner has been cleaning and trying to restore his garden back to health every day from sunup to sundown since Monday. "It will probably take four years for everything to be back to normal."

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