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Suwannee, FL

Posted by bolt1234 z8 FL (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 23, 03 at 14:49

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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RE: Suwannee, FL

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.


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RE: Suwannee, FL

  • Posted by Pcola z8 NW Florida (My Page) on
    Sat, Aug 16, 03 at 11:45

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.


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