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Florida - Central Recommended

Commercially available native plant species suitable for planned landscapes in Central Florida. Visit our Suppliers Directory to locate businesses that sell native plants or seeds or provide professional landscape or consulting services in this state. Visit the Organizations Directory to locate native plant societies, conservation groups, governmental agencies, botanical gardens, arboreta, and other plant-related organizations in this state. Special thanks to the Florida Association of Native Nurseries for compiling this list.

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Schizachyrium scoparium var. scopariumLittle bluestem
Schoenoplectus tabernaemontaniSoftstem bulrush
Soft-stem club-rush
Great bulrush
Sesuvium portulacastrumShoreline seapurslane
Sea Purslane
Cenicilla
Serenoa repensSaw palmetto
Sisyrinchium angustifoliumNarrowleaf blue-eyed grass
Narrow-leaf blue-eyed-grass
Bermuda blue-eyed grass
Blue-eyed grass
Silphium asteriscusStarry rosinweed
Sisyrinchium atlanticumEastern blue-eyed grass
Sideroxylon foetidissimumFalse mastic
Mastic tree
Sideroxylon tenaxTough buckthorn
Tough bully
Solidago sempervirensSeaside goldenrod
Spiranthes odorataMarsh lady's tresses
Fragrant lady's tresses
Spartina patensMarsh-hay cord grass
Salt-meadow cord grass
Saltmeadow cordgrass
Spiranthes vernalisSpring lady's tresses
Stylosanthes bifloraSidebeak pencilflower
Suriana maritimaBay cedar
Bay-cedar
Symphyotrichum dumosumRice button aster
White Bushy Aster
Thalia geniculataArrow root
Bent alligator-flag
Trichostema dichotomumForked bluecurls
Blue curls
Typha latifoliaBroadleaf cattail
Common cat-tail
Broad-leaf cat-tail
Uniola paniculataSea Oats
Seaoats
Vallisneria americanaAmerican eelgrass
Water celery
Eelgrass
Tapegrass
Vaccinium arboreumFarkleberry
Tree sparkleberry
Sparkleberry
Vaccinium darrowiiDarrow's blueberry
Evergreen blueberry
Vaccinium myrsinitesShiny blueberry
Evergreen blueberry
Vaccinium stamineumDeerberry
Vernonia giganteaGiant ironweed
Tall Ironweed
Verbesina virginicaFrostweed
White crownbeard
Iceplant
Iceweed
Virginia crownbeard
Indian tobacco
Richweed
Squawweed
Viola lanceolataLanceleaf violet
Bog white violet
Viburnum nudumPossumhaw viburnum
Possumhaw
Viburnum obovatumSmall-leaf arrowwood
Walter's viburnum
Woodwardia virginicaVirginia chainfern
Virginia chain fern
Ximenia americanaTallow wood
Tallowwood
Yucca aloifoliaAloe yucca
Spanish dagger
Yucca filamentosaAdam's needle
Zanthoxylum clava-herculisHercules' club
Zanthoxylum fagaraLime prickly ash
Colima
Zamia pumilaCoontie
Florida arrowroot
Zephyranthes atamasca var. treatiaeAtamasco lily
Zizania aquaticaAnnual wildrice
Wild Rice
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