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Aquatic Plants of Florida

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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Gallberry-Ilex glabra 

Ilex glabra
No 0 2.25 1g


Yes 332 4.50 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 0.45 Br
Yes 654 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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Golden Tickseed-Coreopsis tinctoria 

Coreopsis tinctoria
Yes 755 0.55 Ln 2




Annual growing 1-2 ft. Zones 3-10. Daisy-like flowers are bright yellow with dark red centers. Grows well in many different soils, but prefers sandy or well-drained soil. Coreopsis are the state wildflower of Florida.

Sun/Part-Shade/Moist Tolerance * Zones 3-10 * Bright Colored Flowers * Landscape Value

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Gulf Coast/Giant Spikerush -Eleocharis cellulosa 

Eleocharis cellulosa
CALL M s 0.40 Br
Yes 20 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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Horse Tail-Equisitum hyemale 

Equisitum hyemale

Yes 3,558 1.25 Ln 4

Yes 1,403 2.00 1g

Perennial up to 3 ft., forming dense clumps in wetlands. Grows in sandy soil. Thrives on nitrates from run off. Found throughout Florida in Zones 8+. Stems and roots eaten by wildfowl and other wildlife. Spreads quickly and may become weedy. One variety native to Florida is Equisitum hyemale.

Moist/Wet/Sun Tolerance * Zones 7+ * Dark Green Foliage * Wildfowl/Wildlife Value

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