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Butterfly Sage (Varronia globosa) shrub, dry soil, great wildlife attractor

Butterfly Sage (Varronia globosa) shrub, dry soil, great wildlife attractor

Bahama Manjack (Varronia bahamensis), wildlife, shrub, dry soil.

Bahama Manjack (Varronia bahamensis), wildlife, shrub, dry soil.

Gopher-apple Licania michauxii.   Provides significant food and some cover for wildlife. Nectar plant for butterflies.

Gopher-apple Licania michauxii. Provides significant food and some cover for wildlife. Nectar plant for butterflies.

Locust Berry (Byrsonima lucida), butterfly favorite, 1ft groundcover in poor soild 8-10ft in rich soil

Locust Berry (Byrsonima lucida), butterfly favorite, 1ft groundcover in poor soild 8-10ft in rich soil

Flat-topped Goldenrod (Euthamia caroliniana) wildflower, groundcover, wildlife attractor

Flat-topped Goldenrod (Euthamia caroliniana) wildflower, groundcover, wildlife attractor

Black Torch (Erithalis fruticosa), shrub, wildlife support, dry soil, full sun.

Black Torch (Erithalis fruticosa), shrub, wildlife support, dry soil, full sun.

Green Sea Oxeye Daisy (Borrichia arborescens) Accent coastal wildflower and bedding plant. Wildlife attractor and food

Green Sea Oxeye Daisy (Borrichia arborescens) Accent coastal wildflower and bedding plant. Wildlife attractor and food

Keys Pink Beachcreeper (Ernodea littoralis 'Keys Pink'), groundcover, birds, pretty flower

Keys Pink Beachcreeper (Ernodea littoralis 'Keys Pink'), groundcover, birds, pretty flower

Pineland Acacia (Vachellia farnesiana var. pinetorum) Medium shrub with long zigzag branches armed with stout pairs of stipular spines. Primary larval host plant for nickerbean blue (Hemiargus ammon) butterflies. Key deer browse the foliage in the lower Florida Keys.

Pineland Acacia (Vachellia farnesiana var. pinetorum) Medium shrub with long zigzag branches armed with stout pairs of stipular spines. Primary larval host plant for nickerbean blue (Hemiargus ammon) butterflies. Key deer browse the foliage in the lower Florida Keys.

Asimina tetramera , four petal pawpaw, endangered fruit shrub occurring in SE FL.- Photos - ISB: Atlas of Florida Plants

Asimina tetramera , four petal pawpaw, endangered fruit shrub occurring in SE FL.- Photos - ISB: Atlas of Florida Plants

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