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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Bushy Bluestem-Andropogon glomeratus 

Andropogon glomeratus
Yes 1,928 0.55 Ln 2




Tall "bushy" perennial grass that reaches 5+ ft. Grows in uplands, roadsides, edges of wetlands, and margins of lakes and ponds. Produces pinkish inflorescence. Found throughout Florida and Zones 7-10. Sun and various soil conditions tolerant. Used for restoration projects.

Tall Grass * Screens Objects * Restoration Value * Various Soil Conditions * Zones 7-10

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Butterfly Milkweed - Asclepias tuberosa 

Asclepias tuberosa
Yes 605 1.10 Ln 2




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Button Bush-Cephalanthus occidentalis 

Cephalanthus occidentalis
Yes 3,766 1.80 1g


Yes 113 4.50 3g

A large shrub found throughout the Southeast. Found near swales, ditches, ponds and lake margins. Flowers look like an off white, round ball with spikes that appear in summer. Attracts insects and animals but can be toxic to horses.

Moist/Wet/Sun Tolerance * Marginal for Wet Areas * Long Life * Wildlife/Insect Food Source

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Buttonwood (Green)-Conocarpus erectus 

Conocarpus erectus
Yes 261 2.00 1g



Yes 906 4.50 3g

Salt, poor soil, and drought tolerant shrub or small tree that can reach 35+ ft. High landscape value. Habitat includes coastal areas such as near mangroves or bay beaches and near upper dunes. Found in Zones 9+. Year-round fruit commonly know by round "button" like balls. Rough bark.

Sun/Salt/Wind/Drought/Poor Soil Tolerance * Landscape Value * Zones 9+

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Cabbage Palm-Sabal palmetto 

Sabal palmetto
Yes 50 3.00 1g

Yes 703 9.00 3g


Salt tolerant palm tree that reaches max 100 ft. Used for coastal and upland plantings. Sun, salt, wind, drought, poor soil tolerant. Habitats include prairies, meadows, hammocks, sandy open fields, coastal areas such as back dunes and barrier island landscapes. Landscape value. Found Zones 8+.

Sun/Salt/Wind/Drought/Poor Soil Tolerance * Landscape Value * Tall Height at Maturity

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