Suwannee, FL

bolt1234(z8 FL)July 23, 2003

I have a river place and would like information on hardy plants that dont need alot of attention but look pretty ...flowering and green. Any ideas?? their is no dirt just completely sand.

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wilmington_islander(9A/Sunset 28)

Try cabbage palms, cherry laurel, bay laurel, satsuma citrus, meyer lemon, carolina jessamine vine, confederate jasmine vine, passiflora caerulea vine, gardenias, azaleas or camllias. Your possibilites are endless.

    Bookmark   August 7, 2003 at 10:31AM
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Pcola(z8 NW Florida)

We took a canoe trip on the Suwannee River and saw a lot of Grancy Graybeards growing wild on the banks. They were the size of shrubs or small trees. They were very attractive and appeared to be happy.

    Bookmark   August 16, 2003 at 11:45AM
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