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Aquatic Plants of Florida

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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Florida Elm -Ulmus americana/floridana 

Ulmus americana/floridana
Yes 2,116 2.00 1g



Yes 494 4.50 3g

Medium to large deciduous tree that can reach 80+ ft. Prefers moist to wet soils but will adapt to irrigated landscapes. Sun to partial-sun tolerant. Grows in Zones 7-10. Very wide range. Rapid growth rate. Landscape value.

Sun/Partial Sun/Moist Tolerant * Medium to Large Size * Wide Range * Landscape

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Florida Privet-Forestiera segregata 

Forestiera segregata
Yes 551 2.50 1g

Yes 422 4.50 3g


Large salt tolerant shrub to small tree reaches 14+ ft. High landscape value. Tolerates sun, drought, trimming, and various soil conditions. Produces clusters of small yellow flowers. Commonly identified by dense, small evergreen leaves. Fruit provides food source for wildfowl.

Salt/Sun/Drought Tolerance * High Landscape Value * Yellow Flowers * Wildfowl Food

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Gallberry-Ilex glabra 

Ilex glabra
Yes 963 2.50 1g


No 0 5.50 3g

Perennial, evergreen shrub that reaches 7+ ft. Grows in Zones 7+ in moist to wet conditions. Landscape value and can be trimmed. Small white flowers and small dark berries. Wildlife and insect food source. Forms colonies through roots.

Sun/Wet Tolerance * White Flowers * Landscape Value * Wildlife/Insect Food Source

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Giant Bulrush - Scirpus californicus 

Scirpus californicus
CALL M s 0.55 Br
Yes 4,608 1.10 Ln 4



A very large rush that produces long and thick stems that can reach 9+ ft. Found in fresh water marshes and shallow water bodies. Planting depth 2-12 inches. Range includes Zones 7+. Sun and flood tolerance. Spreads quickly, vegetatively and by seed. Inflorescences appear near top of leaf blades.

Wet/Sun Tolerance * Zones 7+ * Marshes * Aquatic/Waterfowl Habitat * Giant Size

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Gulf Coast/Giant Spikerush -Eleocharis cellulosa 

Eleocharis cellulosa
CALL M s 0.55 Br
Yes 811 1.10 Ln 4



Perennial up to 3 ft., forming large clumps in wetlands such as marshes, swamps, rivers, and streams. Found throughout Florida in Zones 8+. Stems and roots eaten by wildfowl.

Wet/Flood Tolerance * Zones 8+ * Marshes * Swamps * Streams * Waterfowl Food Source

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