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Low-Maintenance Plants for South Florida

Author(s): J. Haynes, A. Hunsberger, J. McLaughlin and L. Vasquez

Year: 2004

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Article Topic(s): Establishment methods
Research Setting(s): Garden

Species Referenced: Glandularia tampensis (Tampa verbena),


A list of plants that can be grown in south Florida with minimal maintenance and that do well in poorer quality soils.

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J. Haynes, A. Hunsberger, J. McLaughlin and L. Vasquez. "Low-Maintenance Plants for South Florida." University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Publication ENH854 (2004).

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