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*ALL PLANTS AVAILABLE SEASONALLY UPON AVAILABILITY & WHILE SUPPLIES LAST, NEW STOCK EVERY SPRINGS

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AZALEA                                   RED TIP PHOTENIA                  BOTTLE BRUSH TREE

LANTANA                                MUMS                                       CREPE MYRTLE TREE

HONEYSUCKLE                      OAK TREES                                JUNIPERS

JASMINE                                  ROSES                                        SHRIMP PLANTS

GARDENIA                              FUSCHIA                                    PALMS

BUTTERFLY BUSH                 ALMOND BUSH                         ANNUALS & PERRENIALS

SEASONAL VEGETABLE PLANTS                    SEASONAL  

 

ASSORTED FRUIT TREES

 

BLUEBERRY

GRAPES

GOJI

PEACH & NECTARINE

MANY ASSORTED ANNUALS & PERENNIALS

PLANTS VARY BASED ON AVAILABILITY

BANANA

In South Florida, bananas will produce year-round. Since they're non-seasonal, your goal should be to plant a big patch of them so you're getting new fruit for cooking and fresh eating on a regular basis. In the northern half of the state, frosts and cold will take a big chunk out of your yields. That's not to say it isn't worth planting bananas there - it's just going to be less reliable than some other plants.

Learn more about this plant  at information www.floridasurvivalgardening.com.

 

 

Mulberry Tree

Mulberry trees have an edible fruit, which can be eaten raw or made into luscious preserves, pies and wine. Interested in learning about how to grow mulberry trees? Read out all about growing mulberry fruit trees and mulberry tree care.
Read more at Gardening Know How: Mulberry Tree Care – Learn How To Grow Mulberry Trees https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/trees/fruitless-mulberry/how-to-grow-mulberry-trees.htm

Moringa Olifera aka the Miracle Tree    Limited Seasonal availability

Moringa has been called the "Miracle Tree," and for good reason. It has an incredible assortment of attributes in its favor. From cleaning water to fending off malnutrition, it's a tree of many uses. Fast-growing, easy to grow and containing complete proteins in its leaves, the Moringa is a must-have for Florida survival gardeners. If you're stuck living off rice and MREs, you're going to want more nutrition - and that's where this tree shines. The leaves are absolutely loaded with nutrients, brought up from deep down by the tree's questing roots. The tree has been named the "most nutritious on earth." It's also anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, as well as being a really fast producer of biomass. Its pods are often called "drumsticks" and feature prominently in some regions of South Asia, however, it's hard to get them to set pods in regions with frost.

Learn more about this plant  at information www.floridasurvivalgardening.com.

 Chickasaw Plum: First Springtime Blossom

Every spring, three wild plums put on a show locally: The Chickasaw, the Flatwood, and the American. They burst out in white blossoms and no leaves.

 

Five petals and many stamen

When in naked bloom they look similar but that’s where the resemblance stops. The Chickasaw and the American go on to produce consistently edible plums whereas the Flatwood’s fruit can range from extremely bitter to sweet. Telling these plums apart before they fruit is a bit of a guessing game.

Edible Native Limited Availability

Florida Cranberry aka Jamaican Sorrel  Limited Seasonal availability

 The Florida Cranberry is a member of the hibiscus family (which also includes okra) and like many hibiscus, has multiple edible parts.

The blooms, leaves, and pods on this plant are all edible - but the reason most people grow Florida Cranberry is for the calyxes. What is a calyx, you ask? It's the pointy red bit at the base of the flower. After blooming, the flower withers and the pod inside the bud begins to swell. After a few days, the calyx around it is large and juicy - ready for picking.

Learn more about this plant  at information www.floridasurvivalgardening.com.

 

 

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