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Light requirement
 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

Soil moisture
 Dry - no signs of moisture
 Moist - looks & feels damp
 Wet - saturated

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Height (in feet)
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 12-36  36-72  72-100
 More than 100

Leaf Arrangement
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Leaf Retention
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Florida - North Recommended

Commercially available native plant species suitable for planned landscapes in North 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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scientific namecommon name(s)image gallery
Gleditsia triacanthosHoney locust
Common honey locust
Thorny common honey locust
Honey shucks locust
Sweet locust
Thorny locust
Honey shucks
Sweet bean tree
Gordonia lasianthusGordonia
Loblolly bay
Halesia dipteraTwo-wing silverbell
Two-winged silverbell
Silverbell
American snowdrop tree
Snowdrop tree
Snowbell
Cowlicks
Hamamelis virginianaWitch hazel
American witch hazel
Helianthus angustifoliusSwamp sunflower
Narrowleaf sunflower
Narrow-leaved sunflower
Heliopsis helianthoidesSmooth oxeye
Oxeye sunflower
False sunflower
Hibiscus coccineusScarlet rosemallow
Crimson rosemallow
Wild red mallow
Texas star hibiscus
Hibiscus grandiflorusSwamp rose-mallow
Pink swamp hibiscus
Large-flowered hibiscus
Hibiscus moscheutosCrimson-eyed rose-mallow
Marshmallow hibiscus
Hydrolea corymbosaSkyflower
Tall Hydrolea
Hypericum hypericoidesSt. Andrew's-cross
Hydrangea quercifoliaOakleaf hydrangea
Oak-leaf hydrangea
Ilex amelanchierSarvis holly
Swamp holly
Ilex deciduaPossumhaw
Possumhaw holly
Deciduous holly
Meadow holly
Prairie holly
Swamp holly
Welk holly
Deciduous yaupon
Bearberry
Winterberry
Illicium floridanumFlorida anisetree
Florida anise
Anise tree
Stinkbush
Ilex glabraInkberry
Gallberry
Ilex myrtifoliaMyrtle dahoon
Myrtle leaf holly
Myrtle holly
Illicium parviflorumYellow anisetree
Small anisetree
Star anise
Ilex verticillataCommon winterberry
Winterberry
Michigan holly
Black alder
Ilex vomitoriaYaupon
Yaupon Holly
Cassina
Ipomoea pes-capraeRailroad vine
Goat-foot morning glory
Bayhops
Beach morning glory
Ipomopsis rubraStanding cypress
Texas plume
Red Texas star
Red gilia
Iris hexagonaDixie iris
Iris virginicaVirginia iris
Great blue flag
Southern blue flag
Itea virginicaVirginia sweetspire
Tassel-white
Virginia willow
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