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82 SW Irwin Ave (View on Map)
West Melbourne, Florida 32904
Brevard County


We are Florida native plant growers and ecological landscapers. We see Florida native wildflowers, shrubs, trees, grasses and aquatic plants. Our retail store is open in West Melbourne Wednesday Thursday Friday 9am to 4pm and Saturday 9am to 2pm. We grow over 250 species with a focus on species diversity and design landscapes with Florida's important wildlife in mind.

Proud employer of the first FANN credentialed professionals in Florida!

Please note: Plant inventories change frequently. Please call for availability.

Plant NameSizeOther infoSort Order
Acer rubrum (Red Maple) 3g 109
Amorpha fruticosa (False Indigo) 3g 109
Herissantia crispa (Bladdermallow) 3g 109
Senna mexicana var. chapmanii (Bahama Cassia, Chapman's Senna) 3g Host Plant to the Cloudless, Sleepy Orange and Orange Barred Sulphur Butterflies 109
Ageratum maritimum () g 91
Ambrosia hispida (Coastal Ragweed) g 91
Andropogon virginicus var. glaucus (Chalky Bluestem) g 91
Callicarpa americana (Beautyberry, American Beautyberry) 3g 109
Annona glabra (Pond Apple) 3g+ 115
Ardisia escallonioides (Marlberry) 3g 109
Asclepias incarnata (Swamp Milkweed, Pink Milkweed, Rose Milkweed) g 91
Asclepias perennis (White Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed) g 91
Asclepias verticillata (Whorl-leaf milkweed, Whorled Milkweed) g 91
Bacopa monnieri (Water hyssop, Bacopa) g 91
Bidens mitis (Beggar-ticks) g 91
Bignonia capreolata (Cross Vine) 3g 109
Bourreria succulenta (Bahama strongback, Bahama strongbark [misapplied]) 3g 109
Bursera simaruba (Gumbo Limbo, Tourist Tree) 3g+ 115
Canella winterana (Wild Cinnamon) 3g 109
Canavalia rosea (Beach Bean) 3g 109
Campsis radicans (Trumpet Creeper) 3g 109
Canna flaccida (Yellow Canna) g 91
Carphephorus corymbosus (Florida Paintbrush) g 91
Carya aquatica (Water Hickory) 3g 109
Carphephorus odoratissimus var. odoratissimus (Vanilla Plant) g 91
Carya glabra (Pignut Hickory) 3g 109
Celtis laevigata (Sugarberry) 3g 109
Pithecellobium unguis-cati (Cat's Claw) 3g Host plant to Cassius Blue, Large Orange Sulphur, and Miami Blue Butterflies 109
Chamaecrista fasciculata (Partridge Pea) g 91
Chamaecrista nictitans (sensitive pea) g 91
Chiococca alba (Snowberry) 3g 109
Chionanthus virginicus (Fringetree) 3g 109
Chrysobalanus icaco (Cocoplum) 3g 109
Chrysobalanus icaco 'Horizontal' (Horizontal Cocoplum) 3g 109
Chrysobalanus icaco 'Red Tip' (Red Tipped Cocoplum) 3g 109
Cirsium horridulum (Purple Thistle) g 91
Clinopodium brownei (Browne's Savory, St. John's Mint, Creeping Charlie) g 91
Coccoloba diversifolia (Pigeon Plum) 3g 109
Coccoloba uvifera (Sea Grape) 3g 109
Conocarpus erectus (Buttonwood) 3g 109
Conradina grandiflora (Pineland Mint, Conradina) g 91
Coreopsis lanceolata (Lance-leaved Tickseed, Lanceleaf Coreopsis) g 91
Coreopsis leavenworthii (Tickseed, Coreopsis) g 91
Cornus foemina (Swamp Dogwood) 3g 109
Crataegus marshallii (Parsley Haw) 3g 109
Crinum americanum (String Lily) g 91
Croton punctatus (Beach Tea, Gulf Croton) g 91
Diospyros virginiana (Common Persimmon) 3g 109
Dodonaea elaeagnoides () 3g 109
Dodonaea viscosa (Varnish Leaf) 3g 109
Dyschoriste humistrata (Twinflower, Small-flowered Twinflower) g 91
Dyschoriste oblongifolia (Twinflower) g 91
Elephantopus elatus (Tall Elephant's Foot) g 91
Eragrostis elliottii (Elliott's Lovegrass, Silver Lovegrass) g 91
Eragrostis spectabilis (Purple Lovegrass) g 91
Erigeron quercifolius (Southern Fleabane) g 91
Piscidia piscipula (Jamaica Dogwood) 3g 109
Eryngium yuccifolium (Button Snakeroot) g 91
Erythrina herbacea (Cherokee bean, Coral bean) 3g 109
Eugenia foetida (Spanish Stopper) 3g 109
Eugenia axillaris (White Stopper) 3g 109
Eupatorium rotundifolium () g 91
Ulmus americana (American Elm) 3g+ Host plant to the Painted Lady, Comma and Question Mark Butterflies 115
Psychotria ligustrifolia (Bahama Coffee) 3g Attracts many species of native bees; Berries for birds 109
Taxodium distichum (Bald Cypress) 3g Canopy tree to 60 feet 109
Suriana maritima (Bay Cedar) 3g Host plant to the Mallow Scrub Hairstreak and Martial Scrub Hairstreak 109
Ernodea littoralis (Golden Creeper, Beach Creeper, Golden Beach Creeper) g Attracts hummingbird; Berries for birds 91
Iva imbricata (Beach Elder) g Soil stabilizer; Seeds for wildlife 91
Ipomoea imperati (Beach Morning Glory) g Soil stabilizer; Seeds for wildlife 91
Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum (Bird Pepper) g Excellent food source for birds and people; Hot Chili Peppers 91
Picramnia pentandra (Bitterbush) 3g Host plant to the Bush Sulphur Butterfly; Butterfly Nectar Source; Berries for migratory Birds 109
Prunus serotina (Black Cherry) 3g Host plant to the Tiger Swallowtail butterfly; Pollinator plant; Birds and other wildlife eat the fruit 109
Krugiodendron ferreum (Black Ironwood) 3g Pollinators visit the flowers; Food source for migratory birds 109
Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed Susan) g Attracts many species of butterflies and native bees 91
Erithalis fruticosa (Black Torch) 3g Evergreen shrub 4 to 8 ft.; Highly salt tolerant tolerates brackish water inundation 109
Pterocaulon pycnostachyum (Blackroot) g Wildflower to 1 foot, Attracts pollinators 91
Liatris spicata (Blazing Star) g Fall blooming wildflower; Attracts many species of butterflies 91
Liatris gracilis (Blazing star) g Fall blooming wildflower; Attracts many species of butterflies 91
Guapira discolor (Blolly) 3g Attracts many species of butterflies and native bees; Berries for birds 109
Trichostema dichotomum (Blue Curls) g Fall blooming wildflower; Attracts many species of pollinators 91
Sisyrinchium angustifolium (Blue-eyed grass, Blue eyed grass) g One of the first spring wildflowers; Attracts many native bees 91
Iris virginica (Blue Flag Iris) g Perennial aquatic wildflower to 3 feet 91
Jacquemontia pentanthos (Blue Jacquemontia) 3g Attracts many species of native bees; Birds eat the seeds 109
Sabal minor (Dwarf Palmetto, Blue stem Palmetto) 3g Used by birds and mammals for nesting material; Berries for migratory birds 109
Vaccinium darrowii (Blueberry) 3g Edible berries, for people and birds; Attracts specialist bees 109
Eryngium integrifolium (Blueflower Eryngium) g Attracts many species of butterflies and native pollinators 91
Pseudophoenix sargentii (Sargent's Cherry Palm, Buccaneer Palm) 3g Slow growing palm to 10 feet; Berries for birds 109
Borrichia frutescens (Silver Sea Oxeye Daisy, Bush Seaside Oxeye) 3g Attracts many species of native bees and butterflies; Birds eat the seeds 109
Borrichia frutescens (Silver Sea Oxeye Daisy, Bush Seaside Oxeye) 3g Attracts many species of native bees and butterflies; Birds eat the seeds 109