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Our colors are green and gold, so when I first saw thryallis at a.



On Aug 4,Stuber from Fernandina Beach, FL wrote: I would emphasize this plant is a"pure sun play" -- mine only get about 5 hours a day, and while healthy, they do tend to get a bit leggy.

Having said that, they are reliable bloomers in late summer even in that situation and I just whack 'em back in the late winter to keep them looking Family: Malpighiaceae. Oct 31, Cassia floribunda.



This bush is a strong grower that flowers all summer.



This bright colored yellow is sure to catch your eye during the Fall when other plants enter dormancy. It tolerates most soils but is best grown in dry conditions (after establishment) with full sun. Allow plenty of room for this beauty as she can grow in to a small tree reaching heights of feet and up to feet around.

Oct 28, Before too long, we should be seeing our red maple trees in their full fall splendor. Even bald cypress trees put on a fall show when their leaves turn an orange-rust color before they drop off for the winter.

And if you look around, you will see red berries on holly trees. Dec 01, The abundant salt bush of the Greenway, seasonally covered with white fluffy seeds, only needed a stiff breeze to take flight across the coastal landscape. Fluffy White Seeds, Salt Bush Egans Greenway. The colors of Christmas can be seen in Fernandina Beach, from red bows and poinsettias to white lights twinkling along historic Centre Street.

Jul 22, Wild Beach Sunflower Blooming Seaside, Amelia Island, Florida. Seen around Amelia Island’s dunes, from one end of the island to the other, these yellow native wildflowers border the beach.



Tolerant of brief periods of very cold weather.



Beach Sunflower, Yellow Rays Around Center Dark Disk. Beach Sunflower features “ yellow rays” around a brown center disk. A spreading perennial.





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