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Euonymous americanus STrawberry bush woodland native, deer eat it too

Euonymus americana, strawberry bush Gardening with native plants, this outrageous, beautiful, hilarious native plant in particular.

YELLOW COLICROOT (Aletris lutea) | What Florida Native Plant Is Blooming Today?™ 0414

YELLOW COLICROOT (Aletris lutea)

Mint family. Flowers from April to June. An aromatic woody-branched shrub with clustered, grayish-green leaves with narrow blades. Flowers are pale lavender with dark dots.  Ashe's Scrub Savory is threatened in Florida

An aromatic woody-branched shrub with clustered, grayish-green leaves with narrow blades. Flowers are pale lavender with dark dots. Ashe's Scrub Savory is threatened in Florida

Tips on Saving and/or Buying Seed for Woodlanders and Ephemerals

Tips on Saving and/or Buying Seed for Woodlanders and Ephemerals (Sproutsandstuff)

Tips on Saving and/or Buying Seed for Woodlanders and Ephemerals

Encyclia tampensis (Tampa Butterfly Orchid) from Florida, USA by Mary Keim via flickr (cc-by-nc-sa). Read more about this orchid on EOL: http://eol.org/pages/1110974

Florida Butterfly Orchid (Encyclia tampensis) - Encyclopedia of Life

Aster carolinianus Climbing Aster

Specializing in rare and unusual annual and perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms and hard to find California native wildflowers.

Thalictrum revolutum - Skunk Meadow Rue, Waxyleaf Meadowrue, Purple Meadow-rue.

Photographs and References about Skunk Meadow Rue, Waxyleaf Meadowrue, Purple Meadow-rue - Thalictrum revolutum

False Indigo Bush (Amorpha fruticosa)-Externally, applications of leaf poultice or a paste of indigo and warm water is used for burns, scalds, wounds, insect bites, animal bites, boils.

False Indigo Bush (Amorpha fruticosa)-Externally, applications of leaf poultice or a paste of indigo and warm water is used for burns, scalds, wounds, insect bites, animal bites, boils.

Orange Milkwort

Orange milkwort provide a splash of color among the bracken fern in the South Carolina Sandhills.

Blue Queen Salvia - You are sure to enjoy summer-long beauty year after year with this rich violet-blue salvia. This garden-favorite perennial is a member of the mint family, performing well and blooming brilliantly with a lovely fragrance. Butterflies love it as well. Heat- and drought-resistant hybrid explodes with plump spikes in midsummer. Flowers have long staying power well into fall. It is easy to care for. Grows 15-18" tall, 12-18" wide

Blue Queen Salvia - You are sure to enjoy summer-long beauty year after year with this rich violet-blue salvia

Celestial Lily by Paul Rebmann

Celestial Lily Greeting Card for Sale by Paul Rebmann