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Reclaimed water and Florida natives II
Author(s): L. M. Robinson, J. R. Parnell
Journal: Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society
Journal Link: http://www.fcla.edu/fshs/
Article Topic(s): Fertilizer, Irrigation, Nutrients, Water
Research Setting(s): Nursery
Species Referenced: Callicarpa americana (American beautyberry ), Gelsemium sempervirens (Carolina jessamine), Illicium parviflorum (Yellow anisetree), Lonicera sempervirens (Coral honeysuckle), Myrcianthes fragrans (Simpson's stopper), Salvia coccinea (Scarlet sage), Serenoa repens (Saw palmetto), Viburnum rufidulum (Rusty blackhaw viburnum), Zephyranthes simpsonii (Redmargin zephyr-lily),
AbstractReports on growing several Florida native plant species in St. Petersburg, FL, using the city's reclaimed water for irrigation and the city's recycled mulch.
Suggested CitationL. M. Robinson, and J. R. Parnell. "Reclaimed water and Florida natives II." Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society 104 (1992): 371-372.
Article LinksISSN: 0886-7283