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Ecochic Kat saved to Florida
Not all coastal communities are created equal, but these idyllic locales in Florida stand out from the crowd.
The weeping bottlebrush tree is a dream of a tree, one of the most popular small flowering trees for South Florida for its small stature, red flowers, and romantic weeping form.
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Purple Lavender Blooms – The Muskogee Crape Myrtle is a fast-growing small tree that can easily be grown in all the warmer parts of America. It makes a great specimen plant in a lawn or and also a terrific choice for a privacy screen since it combines beauty, sturdiness and good size with rapid growth and trouble-free culture. This Crape Myrtle has lavender-pink flowers from early summer and into the fall and is distinctive for beginning to bloom earlier than most other Crape Myrtles. •…
Jeanne Henegar saved to Gardening
Oleander plant (Nerium oleander) is an ornamental shrub with attractive characteristics from flower to stems. We share growing and care tips [LEARN MORE]
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Underappreciated Native Shade Trees - University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
Trees that you might not consider are worthy of your attention, from Gardening Solutions - the University of Florida Center for Land Use Efficiency
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Some of the best trees to plant in Florida are Live oaks, Maples, Slash pines, Citrus, Loquats, Crape-Myrtles, Plumeria, and buttonbush.
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Florida is well-known for its palm trees. There are dozens of different species living there, but I would like to help you learn more about the most beautiful and attractive
Why does FL not have more of these canary date-palm trees that are so common in Southern California (Tampa: insurance, condo) - Florida - Page 2
Originally Posted by willow wind They'll grow in FL- but they prefer dry soil. Their roots don't like to be wet. In humid climates they don't produce
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