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Aquatic Plants of Florida

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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Sea Grape-Coccoloba uvifera 

Coccoloba uvifera
Yes 2,195 1.80 1g



Yes 47 4.50 3g

Salt hardy shrub or small tree that can rarely reach 30 ft. inland. Used extensively in Florida's Zones 9+ as a shrub or small tree. Provides soil stabilization, wind break, wildlife food source, light break on dunes for sea turtles, and landscape value. Year-round flowers are white to yellow. Large, thick, lily shaped leaves, which drop year-round. Sun, salt, wind, drought, and poor soil tolerant.

Salt/Sun/Wind/Drought/Poor Soil Tolerance * Soil/Sand Stabilization * Zones 9+

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Sea Oxeye Daisy-Borrichia frutescens 

Borrichia frutescens
Yes 800 0.75 Ln 2




Herbaceous perennial up to 3.5 ft. with large, attractive yellow flowers, found throughout coastal Florida. Habitats include coastal areas such as salt marshes, mangroves and dune environments. Creates large colonies. B. frutescens is the most widespread of the two Florida species. Found Zones 7+. Flowers April through August.

Salt/Sun/Poor Soil Tolerance * Coastal * Large Size * Zones 7+ * Attractive Yellow Flower

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Simpson Stopper-Myrcianthes fragrans 

Myrcianthes fragrans
Yes 642 2.00 1g


Yes 130 4.50 3g

Large evergreen shrub to small tree found in Zones 8+. Grows to 20+ ft. High landscape value. Threatened status. Hardy in south Florida. Produces white flowers year round. Mutli-stem. Capable of producing edible sweet fruit. Fruit color is yellow to red. Habitats include various upland sites. Sun tolerant. Commonly known for its attractive smooth, red peeling bark. Attractive to butterflies.

Sun Tolerance * Landscape Value * Edible Fruit * Butterflies

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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
No 0 1.50 Ln 4

No 0 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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