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Aquatic Plants of Florida

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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

St John's Wort-Hypericum fasciculatum 

Hypericum fasciculatum
No 0 2.00 1g


No 0 4.50 3g

Perennial shrub that reaches 6+ ft. Grows in Zones 8+. Present in most of Florida. Moist to dry conditions. Landscape value. Small yellow flowers.

Sun/Various Soil Tolerance * Yellow Flowers * Landscape Value

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Swamp Hibiscus / Scarlet Rosemallow - Hibiscus coccineus 

Hibiscus coccineus
Yes 70 1.50 Ln 4

Yes 468 2.10 1g


Shrub found on margins of wet areas. Grows in Zones 8+ along marshes, swamps, rivers, streams, flood plains. Produces attractive large red flowers from Spring to Summer. Full to partial sun. Will die back in cold temps and can be cut back.

Sun/Wet Tolerance * Bright Red Flowers * Rapid Growth * Moist/Wet Margins

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Swamp/Stiff Dogwood- Cornus foemina 

Cornus foemina
No 0 1.80 1g

Yes 76 4.50 3g


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Walter's Viburnum-Viburnum obovatum 

Viburnum obovatum
Yes 277 1.80 1g



Yes 73 4.50 3g

Medium to large shrub that can reach 10+ ft. Numerous small, oval shaped, shiny dark green leaves. High landscape value. Good for hedges and okay to trimming. Produces orange colored fruit and clusters of white flowers. Fairly slow foliage growth. Sun to partial sun. Drought and poor soil tolerant. Found in Zones 8+, located in four US states: AL, FL, GA, and SC.

Drought/Poor Soil/Sun Tolerance * Upland * Flowers/Berries * Tall Shrub * Landscape

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Wax Myrtle-Myrica cerifera 

Myrica cerifera
Yes 5,677 1.80 1g


Yes 856 4.50 3g

Large shrub to small tree found in Zones 7+. Grows to 25 ft. High landscape value. Used heavily by homebuilders and landscapers. Habitats include various sites from coastal to upland. Sun and salt tolerant. Rapid growth in moist soils. Commonly known for small clusters of waxy berries and dense foliage. Wildflowl food source in winter.

Moist/Sun/Salt Tolerance * Site Adaptable * Landscape Value * Wildfowl Food Source

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