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Wow! Is an expression often used when seeing a Loropetalum in full bloom. A former “Florida Plant of the Year”, this hardy bush has become very popular in recent years. This shrub has great leaf color, flowers often and is cold hardy. Its foliage is a reddish-purple...
The Japanese Plum is such a great little tree. Naturally well-shaped and growing to 25 feet, the small evergreen has thick, stiff leaves. The Loquat is cold hardy to 12 degrees F, and has no insect problems. Now if that is not enough, this beautiful specimen tree...
Awe-inspiring flowers on a winters’ day is the ancient camellia. Grown for centuries in Asia and Japan, the camellia was brought to the American south in the 1820’s. The aristocrat of southern shrubs, camellias have been grown and loved since the antebellum days. ...
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Also called ‘Jamaican Sorrel’, ‘Florida Cranberry’, etc., Roselle is an annual hibiscus grown primarily for the food product. A native of west Africa, Roselle is a common plant in the tropics. Its history in Florida goes back to old ‘cracker’ times, hence, the...
Are you having trouble growing vegetables in our hot Florida summers? The Seminole Pumpkin is an answer to the gardener’s woes. This could be the easiest vegetable you’ll ever grow.
November is the time to plant this popular commercial strawberry. Harvest big sweet berries from late December until May. They should be planted about a foot apart, the same depth as the pot (maybe slightly higher). Be careful that you don't plant the crown of the...
Now if you like to grow lilies, why not grow the biggest lily in the world? Crinum Americanun is a white flowering cultivar that is native to south Florida. Common names for this plant are Florida Swamp Lily, String Lily, but most refer to it as White Crinum. The...
View this plant and you think you are in paradise. This South African wonder is called Bird of Paradise because the flower resembles one, and, of course, with the yellow-orange, blue colors you must be in paradise. The Bird of Paradise is a clump growing perennial...
Could anything else be as refreshing as a cold melon on a hot Florida day? Watermelon is in the gourd family (cucurbitaceae). A native of Africa, these plants are grown and cherished around the world. Seasonally, large stand of wild watermelons still occur in...
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Perhaps the most well known flower in the world, the rose, has been cultivated for centuries. In central Florida they bloom all year long. Our roses produce from five to seven flushed of bloom each year. There are all kinds of rose cultivars and types available, but...
Aren’t we always looking for that perfect plant? Well, Bulbine frutescens comes pretty close. This South African native is heading the list of low maintenance plants. Let’s see, Bulbine is Cold hardy to 20 degrees Very drought tolerant, requires no irrigation once...
The cast iron is an old plant known to be a potted plant in Egypt over 3,000 years ago. It was widely grown as a popular houseplant in this country from 1870 to 1940. Do you remember the song “How’s your aspidistra”? It will tolerate a wide variety of growing...
Need a small flowering shrub for a shady location? Serissa could be the plant for you.
Does your Azaleas look lean and stringy? Check out these Azalea tips.
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