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for Florida's Wildlife
As the natural landscape becomes more humanized, the habitat for many wildlife species has been lost or degraded. In a clear, step-by-step format, this book tells how to create awildlife-friendly landscape that takes into account both people and nature. The authors' theme--"put back what you don't need"--allows the gardener to reduce maintenance costs while providing a habitat that offers wildlife the essentials of food, cover, water, and space.
Guide to Selecting Existing Vegetation for Low-energy Landscapes
Plants for Wet Sites
Florida Landscape Plants for Shaded Sites
Florida Landscape Plants for Wet Areas
Trees for North Florida Cooperative Extension Circular by R.J. Black and A.W. Meerow.
Using Fast-Growing Hardwoods in Florida Fact Sheet of the Florida Energy Extension Service by D. L. Rockwood, professor, Forest Genetics, School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida.
Shrubs for Central Florida
Perennials for Florida
Ground Covers for North Florida Florida Energy Extension Circular by A.W. Meerow and R.J. Black.
Native! If you're having trouble meeting a percent native design requirement, this next section is for you!
palmetto: An Ecologically and Economically Important Native
Find More Information on Native! plants in our Native! Section.
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