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Common NameScientific NameSize PriceQtyIn Stock

Red Maple -Acer rubrum 

Acer rubrum
Yes 10 1.80 1g



Yes 913 4.50 3g

Large deciduous tree to 100+ ft. Found growing in wet areas such as swampy sites, lake and pond margins, and stream banks. Zones 7+, except the Florida Keys. Red flowers from December to March. Seed located in papery wing. Three-lobed foliage. Full sun and partial shade tolerant.

Sun/Partial-Shade/Moist/Wet Tolerance * Tall Tree * Red Flower

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Sand Live Oak - Quercus geminata 

Quercus geminata
Yes 67 2.10 1g




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Sand Pine -Pinus clausa 

Pinus clausa
Yes 451 2.00 1g




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Sea Grape-Coccoloba uvifera 

Coccoloba uvifera
Yes 2,490 1.80 1g



Yes 133 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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Slash Pine -Pinus elliotti 

Pinus elliotti
Yes 4,809 1.75 1g

Yes 1,126 4.50 3g


Yes 268 18.00 7g

Medium to large evergreen tree that can reach 110+ ft. Grows in flatwoods with Saw Palmetto, Oaks and Cabbage Palms. Prefers moist sandy soils. Sun, drought, fire, and poor soil tolerant. Tree will often stress and/or die if roots are disturbed. Grows in Zones 8+. In South Florida, densa variety is most common.

Sun/Poor Soil/Drought Tolerance * Common Pine * Restoration Tree * Creates Habitat

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