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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Fetterbush-Lyonia lucida 

Lyonia lucida
Yes 1,066 2.40 1g



Yes 22 4.50 3g

Small to large shrub found in Zones 7+. Grows to 10 ft. Landscape value. Habitats include margins of wetlands. Spreads vegetatively. Sun tolerant. Flowers pink, shiny, dark green leaves, produces fruit in Summer.

Moist/Sun Tolerance * Wetland Margins * Attractive Purple Flowers

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Firebush - Hamelia Patens  

Hamelia Patens
Yes 221 1.80 1g


Contract Grow 3g

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Florida Privet-Forestiera segregata 

Forestiera segregata
Yes 571 2.50 1g

Yes 523 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 837 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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Marsh Elder -Iva frutescens 

Iva frutescens
Contract Grow Ln 2
No 0 1.10 Ln 4



Woody shrub that is salt, poor soil, and drought tolerant. Grows up to 6 ft. Landscape value. Habitats include coastal areas in Zones 7-11, such as upper dunes, bay beaches, mangrove areas, and salt marshes. Commonly identified by its saw toothed, lance shaped leaves. Spreads vegetatively.

Salt/Sun/Wind/Drought/Poor Soil Tolerance * Landscape Value * Zones 7-11

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