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Native Plant Fundraiser in Winter Haven

Posted by zoozue 9 Lakeland (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 23, 12 at 14:32

My local Lake Region Audubon is having a native plant sale in Winter Haven on Saturday the 28th of April at 9:00am. Does anyone know where Lameraux Rd is off Cypress Gradens Rd? They said that supplies are limited and I have been trying to get more natives back in my garden. Hope to see GW folks there.

Zoozue


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RE: Native Plant Fundraiser in Winter Haven

Google map:

Carol

Here is a link that might be useful: 115 Lameraux Road ∙ Winter Haven, Florida 33884


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RE: Native Plant Fundraiser in Winter Haven

  • Posted by zoozue 9 Lakeland (My Page) on
    Tue, Apr 24, 12 at 17:54

Thanks Carol


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RE: Native Plant Fundraiser in Winter Haven

  • Posted by zoozue 9 Lakeland (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 27, 12 at 10:23

Found out the plant list:
Walter's Viburnum obovatum - Withlacoochee
Prunus umbellata (Flatwoods Plum)
Psychotria nervosa (Wild Coffee Shrub)
Hamelia patens (firebush Calusa)
Simpson's Stopper (Myrcanthes fragrans compacta)Ruby Red
Simpson's Stopper Myrcanthes fragrans
Walter's Viburnum obovatum - Riefler's Densa
Virginia Willow - Sweetspire Itea virginica
Lots of Butterfly Plants:
Blanketflower
Blazing Star
Dune Sunflower
Rosinweed
Lantana depressa (pineland)
Wild Petunia Native Blue
Climbing Aster
Ground Cover and Grasses:
mimosa strillagosa Sunshine Mimosa
Blue-Eyed grass Sisyrichium spp.
Dwarf Fakahatchee Grass
Muhly or Hair Grass
Elliots Lovegrass
Wet Area Plants:
Canna Lily canna flaccida
Blue flag Iris- Iris Viriginica
Yellow Anise Illicium parviflorum Ocala
Vine:
Coral Honeysuckle Lonicera sempervirens -Honey Coral

Seems like some great Natives to add to our gardens.

Zoozue


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