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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Sand Cordgrass -Spartina bakeri 

Spartina bakeri

Yes 4,985 0.55 Ln 2
Yes 2,080 1.10 Ln 4
Yes 6,057 1.80 1g

Yes 20 4.20 3g

Large perennial grass up to 5+ feet. Found in Zones 7+. Grows in both wetland margins (i.e. fresh and brackish) and xeric uplands. Salt, brief flood, poor soil, and sun tolerance. Recruits quickly and helps stabilize soil. High landscape value. Commonly used on golf courses and road sides. Needs adequate spacing when planted.

Zones 7+ * Sun/Salt/Poor Soil/Drought Tolerance * Large Grass * Landscapes

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Sand Live Oak - Quercus geminata 

Quercus geminata
Yes 67 2.10 1g




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Sand Pine -Pinus clausa 

Pinus clausa
Yes 451 2.00 1g




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Saw Palmetto (Green)-Serenoa repens 

Serenoa repens
Yes 3,141 3.30 1g



Yes 203 8.40 3g

Green Saw Palmetto is an inland variety as compared to the coastal, Silver Saw Palmetto. Sun, fire and drought tolerant found in Zones 8+. Shrub will reach 10+ ft. without fire. Used for restoration of pine flatwoods, roadways, and other open sites. Commerical landscape value. Recognized by its green palm like leaves. Orange to black round fruit eaten by wildlife.

Sun/Fire Tolerance * Commercial Landscape Value * Large Shrub * Wildlife Food Source

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Saw Palmetto (Silver)-Serenoa repens 

Serenoa repens





Silver Saw Palmetto is a coastal variety as compared to the inland, Green Saw Palmetto. Sun, salt, poor soil and drought tolerant found in Zones 8+. Shrub will reach 6+ ft. in back dune and shorter in frontal dunes due to wind pruning. Used for restoration of back beaches and dunes systems. Serves as a wind and light break. Commerical landscape value. Recognized by its silver palm like leaves. Orange to black round fruit eaten by wildlife.

Sun/Salt/Poor Soil/Drought/Wind Tolerance * Dunes * Wind Break * Wildlife Value

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