Search for: "native"

Native Persimmon

This deciduous Florida Native tree produces fruits (you need 2 trees) even though they are only edible after being exposed to frost or consistent low temperatures. They can adapt pretty well to varying...
more info  buy now

Lantana, Native

This Lantana, also known as Wild Sage or Buttonsage, is a Florida native with white flower and vivid purple berries. It is both drought and salt tolerant, has fragrant leaves, and is a...
more info  buy now

Porterweed, Native

This Porterweed is the Florida native with bluish purple flowers. It has a low, sprawling habit and blooms throughout the year. It is a great plant for butterfly gardens and a native landscape....
more info  buy now

Virginia Creeper

A fast growing Florida Native vine, whose white flower clusters adorn this vine spring through summer and bluish-black drupes/berries in the fall. Very high salt wind tolerance and drought tolerance once established. Thrives...
more info  buy now

Ohio Spiderwort

This low growing Florida Native is great for areas with temporary drought issues. These wildflowers are in constant bloom throughout the year. Their small purplish-blue flowers are an eye-catcher for sure. Mostly used...
more info  buy now

Sweetspire

This deciduous Florida Native bloom in the late spring. Their cream white flowers are tubular and form in long spikes. They attract butterflies and bees. They are not salt water/wind tolerant and they...
more info  buy now

White Twinevine

This Florida Native vine is a host plant to Monarch, Queen, and Soldier Butterflies. A fast and easy to grow vine and can grow well on fences, trellis or pergolas. They have white...
more info  buy now

Violet, Common Blue

Common Blue Violet is a great Florida Native flowering ground cover!  The dainty flowers open blue and then turn white.  It can grow in Full Sun to Full Shade and is extremely hardy...
more info  buy now

Pond Cypress

Pond Cypress is a Florida Native shade tree.  It can tolerate wet soils and even standing water.  This makes it great for flooded swales, water edges, and other low lying areas but it...
more info  buy now

Little Strongbark

Similar to ‘Bahama Strongbark’ (Bourreria succulenta) in appearance, the difference mainly remains in size as this Florida Native stays as a shrub. Attracts all types of pollinators from bees to hummingbirds. The reddish-orange...
more info  buy now
Florida Nursery Mart