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When you visit, knowledgeable staff is always on hand to help you select the best plants for your situation.

  Common Name Botanical Name Max Size Cold Light Salt pH Moisture Leaves Features
Basil Ocimum Sanctum 2ft T PS P AC AV E Florida-friendlyUse fresh or dried for flavoring sauces, soups, dressings, and pesto.
Bird Pepper Capsicum annum: sp 2ft SH S E W AV/D E Small white flowers most of year.
Small red-hot edible peppers.
Blueberry. Highbush Vaccinium corymbosum 6ft H S/PS P AC AV/M E White flowers in the spring. Edible blueberries in summer. Food source for wildlife.
  Cherry. Barbados Dwarf Malphigia glabra 5ft SH S F AC AV E Florida-friendlyFruit is tasty, tart and very high in Vitamin C and also enjoyed by songbirds. Multi-colored pink flowers from late spring through fall. Bears fruit from May to November. Cold tolerant, may freeze to ground but come back. Excellent bonsai candidate.
Chive. Garlic Allium tuberosum 1ft H S/PS   AC AV/M E Florida-friendlyLeaves are larger and flatter than chive leaves. Grow indoors or outdoors for year-round onion flavoring. Use chopped leaves and young flowers to add flavor and decorative garnish to salads.
Elderberry. Southern Sambucus canadensis 15ft H S/PS P AC AV/M E White edible flowers in flat-topped clusters most seasons. Black fruit eaten by birds, used for pies, jellies, jams and wines. Weeping large shrub or small tree. Suckers.
Fennel Foeniculum vulgare dulce 2ft H S/PS   AC AV/M E Florida-friendlyCelery shaped leaves have a distinct licorice flavor. An excellent salad addition but can also be blanched and used as a cooked vegetable. Larval food for Eastern Black Swallowtail butterflies, reseeds. We usually carry Florence and Bronze varieties.
Grape. Calusa Vitis Shuttleworthii Vine H S/PS P AC AV/M D Fruit ripens late summer. Lower leaf surface covered with white or rusty hairs.
Grape. Muscadine or Scuppernong Vitis munsoniana Vine H S/PS P AC AV/M D Fruit ripens late summer. Used for jellies, jams and wine.
Lemongrass Cymbopogon Citratus 4ft SH S/PS E W AV/M/D E Florida-friendly Quick growing clump grass. Hardy. Used widely in Caribbean and Asian dishes. Good for flavoring water or making tea. Attractive and fragrant landscape plant. Will grow back from roots/base after freeze.
  Moringa Moringa Oleifera 20ft T S/PS E W D/AV/M E Florida-friendly Also known as Horseradish Tree. Pods, beans, leaves and roots are all edible. If not trimmed, will grow very tall, best kept low for harvesting greens and tender new growth. Fast-growing. Frost-sensitive, but will grow back after freeze.
Oregano Origanum species 6ins SH S/PS/SH   AC AV E Florida-friendlyAn essential spice of pizza as well as tomato, cheese and meat dishes. This is the flavorful Greek Oregano, not the flavorless oregano commonly available.
Papaya Carica papaya 20ft T S/PS P AC AV E Florida-friendly'Red Lady, a red-fleshed solo variety. Female plants are self-fruitful. Reported to be tolerant of the papaya ring spot virus. Vigorous, productive, and begins bearing at a young age. The large fruits weigh as much as 4½ lbs. Green Papaya is cooked as a vegetable. Nectar for butterflies.
Parsley. Flat Leaf Petroselinum crispum 2ft SH S/PS   W AV E Florida-friendlyCelery-leaf variety is the best-flavored variety. Excellent for dried parsley. Wide, straight leaves.
Peppermint Mentha balsamea Willd 1ft H SH/PS   W AV/M E Florida-friendly Hearty, fragrant and yummy. If you want to plant directly in the soil and you have dry soils, place at the base of
air-conditioning unit.
  Pineapples Ananas comosus 2ft T S/SH   W AV E Florida-friendlyA great, low-growing landscape plant which produces outstanding fruit in one to two years.
  Plum. Chickasaw Prunus anqustifolia 12ft H S/PS P AC D/M D Dense, multi-stemmed, colonizes. Showy, white, Spring blooms. Edible fruit.
Plum. Flatwoods Prunus umbellata 20ft H S/PS P AC AV/M D Wild Plum Single trunk. Purplish, edible fruit. Showy, white, Spring bloom.
Rosemary Rosemary officinalis 4ft H S   W D D Florida-friendlyHardy, drought-tolerant. Rosemary is a versatile culinary seasoning used in many vegetable or meat dishes.
Spinach Tree Onidoscolus aconitifolius 9ft SH S   W AV/D E Florida-friendlyPest free. Disliked by deer. White blooms are extremely attractive to insects, including butterflies, excellent pollinator. Edible for us provided it is well-cooked.
St. John's Wort Hypericum perforatum 3ft S S/PS   W AV/D S Florida-friendly A woody-stemmed herb with balsam-scented leaves and clusters of yellow, lemon scented flowers throughout the year. Harvest flowers shortly after plant comes to bloom. Pollinator.
Sugar Cane Saccharum sp. 10ft SH S   W AV E Florida-friendly Will grow to full size in 12-18 months. Mature sugar cane plants will be around 10', losing their leaves, and have stalks that are coated with a thick, waxy residue. Harvest the sugar cane by slicing the stalks close to the ground and cleaning it of leaves. After harvest, it will grow back from the roots. You can eat it raw, chewing to extract the juice, cut up sections and add to teas or mixed drinks like Mojitos, etc.
Tarragon. Mexican Tagetes lucida 3ft SH S/PS   W AV/M E Florida-friendly Carefree and easy to grow. Leaves are substitute for French tarragon. Its yellow flowers are a tasty and pretty addition to salads.
Tomato. Wild Florida Everglades Lycopersicon pimpinellifolium 4ft H S/PS E AC AV/M E Florida-friendly Salt-tolerant. Re-seeding (from dropped fruit). Cold-hardy (frost protection required). Pest-resistant. Heat-tolerant. Cross between a cherry and a grape tomato, like a current tomato. Slightly salty and sweet.
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