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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Cardinal Flower-Lobelia cardinalis 

Lobelia cardinalis
Yes 63 1.50 Ln 4


11/9/2020 300 1.50 Ln 4

Perennial that grows in clumps and if found in bogs and stream banks. Dark leaves and bright red, showy red flowers. Sun and flood tolerant. Propagation by seeds and cuttings. Hummingbird attraction. Zones 3-10.

Sun/Shade/Wet/Moist Tolerant * Showy Red Flowers * Hummingbirds * Zones 3-10

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Carolina Willow-Salix caroliniana 

Salix caroliniana
No 0 1.80 1g




Inland, deciduous shrub that reaches 25+ ft. Used for wetlands projects. Recognized by its willow shaped leaves and white downy seeds. Moist-wet and sun tolerant. Found Zones 7+.

Sun/Moist/Wet Tolerance * Wetlands * Fast Growth * Erosion Control

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Cattail-Typha spp. 

Typha spp.
Yes M s 0.50 Br




One of the most common aquatic plants. Cattails are long with dark green, blade like leaves up to 4+ ft. and reed like flower stalks with dark brown seed heads. Typha spp. is a very aggresive plant often crowding out other aquatic species. Found in moist areas and various fresh water bodies. Planting depth 0-18 inches. Range includes Zones 7+. Spreads quickly vegetatively and by seeds. Forms dense colonies. Helps clean waters of phosphates and nitrates. Sold outside of Florida.

Sun/Flood/Poor Soil Tolerance * Zones 7+ * Tall Wetlands Grass * Cleans Water

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Cinnamon Fern-Osmunda cinnamomea 

Osmunda cinnamomea
Yes 90 2.70 1g
11/16/2020 600 2.70 1g
12/28/2020 1,000 2.70 1g

No 0 5.40 3g

All species of Osmunda are commonly found in moist to wet places such as woods, shallow swamps, bogs, stream banks, hammocks, and pine flatwoods. Osmunda are noted as very attractive ferns and are not invasive. Cinnamon Ferns are medium to large in size to 7+ ft. Abundant in Southeast, Zones 7+. Partial to full shade. Acid soil conditions.

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

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Coontie Palm-Zamia pumila 

Zamia pumila
Yes 1607 3.90 1g


Yes 138 13.20 3g

Small shrub found in Florida and Georgia, Zones 8+, that can reach 3+ ft. Fern like evergreen with hardy stems and tough leaves. High landscape and wildlife value. Grows in various dry areas. Salt, drought, sun, and shade tolerance.

Drought/Poor Soil/Sun/Salt/Shade Tolerance * Small Shrub * Landscape/Wildlife Value

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