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Glaucous Cassia Trees Light up Florida Landscapes

Glaucous Cassia trees are nicknamed “scrambled egg” trees for the way they whip up big fluffy yellow flowers that will bowl you over. If you want to make a color statement with your Florida landscape, the Glaucous Cassia can’t be beat. Delightful, bright and showy We’re not talking a spritz…

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Florida Golden Dewdrops Attract Butterflies Year Round

Florida golden dewdrops attract butterflies with frilly flowers that spritz like a bubbling park fountain. But we already know what you’re wondering. Why are golden dewdrops purple? Well, if you look closely, you’ll see golden berry clusters all over the place. But their huge appeal doesn’t stop there. These woody…

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Anderson Crepe Hibiscus Tree Impresses in Easter Pink

Pink candy eggs delivered by the Easter Bunny are always nice, but a pink Anderson Crepe Hibiscus Tree is so much nicer. First of all, this pink charmer doesn't melt. Second, it will be there for you long after Easter with soft pink flowers that sway your gaze. Why? ArtisTree…

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Orange Geiger A Splendid Coastal Tree for Florida Beachfront Homes

Orange Geiger is a splendid coastal tree for Florida beachfront homes misted with sea spray. Sarasota and Venice residents have a crush on this orange beauty for a variety of reasons, as do the designers at Venice-based ArtisTree Landscape. Here's why. For starters, let’s talk about those deep-orange crinkly blossoms…

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