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Fall colors are eveywhere in the nursery. Crotons, Cordylines, Tecoma, Gardenia and much more are blooming. Our salt tolerant varieties are expanding as well. We also have a large variety of fruit trees. Click on our current availabilty below to see pictures. Stop by the farm for a tour or give Larry, Gloria, Madaline or Lilian a call. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Island Tropical Foliage
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Other plants for November 2016: Dianella tasmanica 'Blue Berry Flax Lily', Codiaeum variegatum 'Croton Petra' & Yucca filamentosa 'Colorguard', 'Adam's Needle.
*Dianella tasmanica'Blue Berry Flax Lily' thrives in the coastal sun but can grow in partial shade. This grass like perennial is cold hardy and will take temperatures down to 20-25 degrees. Their growth can reach 2-3' and flower in the spring and produce oblong blue-berries in the summer. They provide a good source of color in any landscape setting.*Crotons come in many different colors. The Croton Petra is an evergreen shrub with large, thick, leathery, shiny leaves. In tropical climates, crotons make attractive hedges and potted patio specimens, valued for their striking foliage. In colder climates, the plants are grown in greenhouses or as house plants.*Yucca filamentosa 'Adam's Needle' are found in Zones 5-10. They are grown in light, dry to medium well drained soils in full sun. They are tolerant of poor, sandy soils and surprisingly tolerant to partly shady areas. This showy broadleaf evergreen attracts butterflies too. It is native to beaches and sand dunes and has no serious insect or disease problems.