Dade Native Plant Workshop

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"Hamelia is a mess, and Roger H. would be the best person to verify what you have.  I…"

Steve Woodmansee replied Oct 11, 2014 to Cool Plant Website

3 Oct 11, 2014
Reply by Christina Dupuy

"Hey Buck, I just posted a comment on your photo.  Looks like Dahoon holly, Ilex cass…"

Steve Woodmansee replied Apr 6, 2012 to What is this

2 Apr 9, 2012
Reply by Buck Reilly

"And yes, they are native along the coast at least as far north as Martin County. The…"

Steve Woodmansee replied Nov 11, 2010 to Lasiacis divaricata

4 Nov 11, 2010
Reply by Steve Woodmansee

"Hi Christina, I have some in 1 gallon containers, they are $8.00 apiece. I will bri…"

Steve Woodmansee replied Nov 11, 2010 to Lasiacis divaricata

4 Nov 11, 2010
Reply by Steve Woodmansee

"Yes, I grow it on occasion. The market is somewhat fickle about this one, but if you…"

Steve Woodmansee replied Oct 28, 2010 to Lasiacis divaricata

4 Nov 11, 2010
Reply by Steve Woodmansee

"Ligustrum japonicum, Japanese privet I believe is the common name. It is grown down…"

Steve Woodmansee replied May 2, 2010 to Another ID please

1 May 2, 2010
Reply by Steve Woodmansee

"Looks like Lysiloma latisiliquum (Wild Tamarind). A large tree, native to south Flor…"

Steve Woodmansee replied Apr 12, 2010 to ID this tree please

4 Jun 30, 2010
Reply by Joe Marquez

"There are several books. I liike Scurlock's Native Trees and Shrubs of the Florida K…"

Steve Woodmansee replied Jan 30, 2010 to South Florida Tree ID Book

2 Jan 31, 2010
Reply by Joe Marquez

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