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Beach Elder -Iva imbricata 

Iva imbricata
Yes 6,500 0.55 Ln 2
8/12/2017 1,000 0.55 Ln 2


Yes 64 1.10 Ln 4

Woody shrub that is salt, poor soil, and drought tolerant. Grows up to 3.5 ft. Landscape value. Habitats include coastal areas in Zones 8+, such as upper dunes, bay beaches, mangrove areas, and salt marshes. Commonly identified by its saw-toothed, lance-shaped leaves. Spreads vegetatively and by seeds in Summer to Fall. Thick colonies are common. Excellent for dune restoration. Wildlife food source.

Salt/Sun/Wind/Drought/Poor Soil Tolerance * Landscape Value * Zones 8+

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Beach Morning Glory-Ipomoea imperati 

Ipomoea imperati
Yes 6,700 0.65 Ln 2
7/8/2017 1,500 0.65 Ln 2


No 0 1.40 Ln 4

A sprawling dune vine with a white flower. Vine is salt, wind, poor soil, and drought tolerant. Grows up to 6 inches high. Landscape value in coastal areas. Habitats include coastal areas in Zones 8+, such as dunes and bay beaches. Spreads vegetatively. Excellent for dune restoration. Attractive to butterflies.

Zones 8+ * Salt/Sun/Poor Soil Tolerance * Dunes * Coastal Beaches * Soil Stability * Low Height

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Black Mangrove -Avicennia germinans 

Avicennia germinans
Yes 1,080 1.20 Ln TT

11/27/2017 1,800 5.70 1g

4/20/2018 450 15.00 3g

Salt tolerant tree that can reach 40 ft. Reduces erosion along coastal shorelines. Zones 9+. Prefers moist-wet conditions. White flowers attract honey bees. Leaves secrete salt through glands. Commonly known for upward spiked breathing roots called pheumatophores

Tropical * Zones 9+ * Salt/Wind/Sun/Flood Tolerance * Soil Stabilization * Large Size

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Black Needle Rush -Juncus roemerianus 

Juncus roemerianus
Call M s 0.35 Br
Yes 4,830 0.65 Ln 2
Yes 1,500 1.10 Ln 4
7/22/2017 500 1.10 Ln 4
9/16/2017 500 1.10 Ln 4
Yes 100 2.10 1g

A sharp or needle-like perennial herb grass up to 4.5 ft. that is found in tidal marshes on the banks of rivers and brackish waterways. Forms very dense colonies that often appear dark gray, silver, green or "black" from a distance. Tall grass often mats to one side. Can pierce clothing and human skin causing minor skin infections. Spreads vegetatively and to a lesser extent by very small seeds every few years in late Spring to Summer. Excellent for bank stabilization. Habitat for gators, birds, snails, insects and other wetland wildlife. Zones 7+.

Salt/Sun/Wind/Flood Tolerance * Erosion Control * Zones 7+ * Wildlife Habitat

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Blanket Flower-Gaillardia pulchella 

Gaillardia pulchella
Yes 3,600 0.55 Ln 2


No 0 1.10 Ln 4
No 0 2.10 1g

Low growing, up to 1.5 feet, coastal wildflower with bright reddish-orange flowers tinged with yellow on petal edges. Flowers year-round and attracts butterflies. Salt tolerance, full to partial sun. Found Zones 7+ on beaches, inland coastal areas, road ways, and fields. Self seeding once established. Tolerates hot and dry environments in poor soil conditions. Landscape value.

Sun/Drought/Poor Soil/Salt Tolerance * Zones 7+ * Coastal * Butterflies * Red Flowers

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