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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Red Cedar -Juniperus virginiana 

Juniperus virginiana
Yes 30 2.00 1g




No 0 4.50 3g

Evergreen tree that reaches 55+ ft. Adaptable to various sites. Used for habitat restoration, roadways, residential and commerical landcapes, and coastal areas. Limited salt tolerance and can be found along brackish, tidal rivers with Cabbage Palms and Oaks. Zones 7-10. Also, grows well in upland coastal areas. Wildfowl value.

Drought/Sun/Flood/Light Salt Tolerance * Attractive Dark Foliage * Wetlands * Wildfowl

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Red Mangroves -Rhizophora mangle 

Rhizophora mangle
Yes 22,937 1.20 Ln TT


Yes 1,689 5.70 1g
Yes 1,090 15.00 3g
Yes 650 45.00 7g

Salt tolerant tree that reaches max 65 ft. Used for coastal shoreline plantings. Recognized by its large spider-like prop roots and close proximity to water from other species. Habitats include inland waters such as bays, brackish shorelines, canals, and tidal swamps. Found Zones 9+. Significant wildlife habitat. Wave and wind break. Used extensively for soil stabilization in tropics worldwide. Most popular of mangrove family.

Zones 9+ * Flood/Wind/Salt/Sun Tolerance * Coastal Shores * Soil Stabilization * Wildlife Habitat

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Red Maple -Acer rubrum 

Acer rubrum
Yes 10 1.80 1g



Yes 763 4.50 3g

Large deciduous tree to 100+ ft. Found growing in wet areas such as swampy sites, lake and pond margins, and stream banks. Zones 7+, except the Florida Keys. Red flowers from December to March. Seed located in papery wing. Three-lobed foliage. Full sun and partial shade tolerant.

Sun/Partial-Shade/Moist/Wet Tolerance * Tall Tree * Red Flower

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Royal Fern- Osmunda regalis 

Osmunda regalis
Yes 198 2.70 1g




Contract Grow 3g

All species of Osmunda are commonly found in moist to wet places such as woods, shallow swamps, bogs, stream banks and slopes, hammocks, and pine flatwoods. Osmunda are noted as very attractive ferns and are not invasive. Royal Fern up to 2 ft. tall. Full or partial shade in wet, acidic soil. Commonly found in Southeast, Zones 7+.

Zones 7+ * Moist/Wet Tolerant * Partial/Full Shade * Non-Invasive Medium Size

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Salt Grass-Distichlis spicata 

Distichlis spicata
Yes 4,650 0.65 Ln 2


Yes 500 1.25 Ln 4

Perennial grass found in coastal areas such as marshes, brackish rivers, and other saltwater shorelines. Salt, sun, poor soil, and drought tolerant. Grass can reach 2 ft. and rhizomes spread out to form dense colonies. Found on slight elevations. Has spike-like blades and narrow, dense spikelets. Found in Zones 7+. Offers dense ground cover and soil stability. Often found in mono-colonies.

Zones 7+ * Salt/Sun/Poor Soil/Drought/Flood Tolerance * Erosion Control * Ground Control

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