March Free Plants

 In General, News from the Greenhouse & "Yarden"

Saturday, March 6, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
602 Ronele Drive
Brandon, FL 33511

Let’s start with what’s blooming here and grows easily from cuttings now that spring is here!

Chinese hat

Flowering maple

Firespike, red and purple

Brazilian red cloak

Sweet almond

Native firebush, including some with fresh seeds

Ever-bearing mulberry, covered in flowers and fresh fruit

Coral porterwood, not native but not as invasive as the purple and it’s a magnet for hummingbirds

And other cool stuff!

Are you ready for tomato season? Pick up Everglades, cherries, Romas and beefsteak plants, in full flower and fruit!

We have plenty of mulch and top soil to share, tons of bamboo that make great plant stakes, stacks of buckets for planting or storage, and a limited number of pallets.

Elderberry suckers, please one per family and bring a pot to take them home

Epiphyllum oxypetalum, Orchid cactus

You dig:

Amazon lilies (should bloom soon!)

Rain lilies

Native yellow canna

Lemongrass (also seeds)

Surinam cherry

 Sansevieria (full sized, please plant in pots not the ground!)

 Lady palms

Crinum lily

Walking iris

Clerodendron (pagoda and bleeding heart)

 Native palmetto that just popped up in the wrong spot…

 Naturalized periwinkles (aka vinca)

Chenille plants

Monkey Grass

Hot pink Four O’Clocks, another hummingbird attractor

Native spiderwort, a bee magnet when it’s blooming

Wild pineapple, spectacular flowers and edible fruit, but very prickly so bring protective clothing!

Cuttings:

Tunera (Cuban buttercup)

Cuttings from the most prolific Key lime I’ve ever seen

Beautyberry

Native wild coffee, provides gorgeous color even in deep shade

Kratom

Katuk

John Starne’s favorite red pentas

Bush morning glory

Golden dewdrop

Devil’s backbone, no wildlife value but a cool looking plant

Seeds:

Daikon radish

Tropical milkweed

Vitex — spectacular purple flowers that are magnets for butterflies and bees

Dwarf Poinciana

Pink tabebuia

Bachelor buttons

Scorpion tail — a low-growing native that attracts all kinds of bees and small butterflies, also cuttings

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