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HAVE: many plants need rescue due to pending development

Posted by phippsjester Southeast Florida (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 8, 06 at 14:23

A large area of the property where I live is overgrown with Florida natives such as the rouge berry plant (Rivina humilis), the beach sunflower (Helianthus debilis), the wild poinsettia (Euphorbia cyathophora), the common wireweed (Sida acuta), and lots of other ground covering and flowering things that I've been unable to name. The owner is going to develop the property and everything that is not removed will be bulldozed. On the beach in South Palm Beach County, Florida.


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RE: HAVE: many plants need rescue due to pending development

Are you looking for homes for these?


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RE: HAVE: many plants need rescue due to pending development

i am interested, i have lots to trade email me if interested. my email is my user name at aol.com


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RE: HAVE: many plants need rescue due to pending development

The developer must secure a permit if there are any endangered or protected species on the property. You can check with your local office for further information. (see link)

Here is a link that might be useful: US Fish and Wildlife Endangered Species


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RE: HAVE: many plants need rescue due to pending development

I live in jupiter,Would like to know where,I try to save as many as I can find homes for.Have you ID'ed all the plants?


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RE: HAVE: many plants need rescue due to pending development

what kind of plants??

Shawn

fogdryer@cox.net


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