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Loquat - This tree was propagated by way of digging a sucker from a larger tree 7 years before. Flowered for the first time this past year- zone 8b NW FL in sandy soil.

Loquat - This tree was propagated by way of digging a sucker from a larger tree 7 years before. Flowered for the first time this past year- zone 8b NW FL in sandy soil.

Along creek: Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal flower) #40825 | Photo Credit: Cressler, Alan | LBJ Wildflower Center

Along creek: Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal flower) #40825 | Photo Credit: Cressler, Alan | LBJ Wildflower Center

Cornus florida (Flowering dogwood) #22069 | Photo Credit: Wasowski, Sally and Andy | LBJ Wildflower Center

Cornus florida (Flowering dogwood) #22069 | Photo Credit: Wasowski, Sally and Andy | LBJ Wildflower Center

Echinacea purpurea (Eastern purple coneflower) #41730 | Photo Credit: Page, Lee | LBJ Wildflower Center

Echinacea purpurea (Eastern purple coneflower) #41730 | Photo Credit: Page, Lee | LBJ Wildflower Center

Cornus florida (Flowering dogwood) #4087 | Photo Credit: Bransford, W.D. and Dolphia | LBJ Wildflower Center

Cornus florida (Flowering dogwood) #4087 | Photo Credit: Bransford, W.D. and Dolphia | LBJ Wildflower Center

Prunus mexicana (Mexican plum) #41079 | Photo Credit: Mathews, Ray | LBJ Wildflower Center

Prunus mexicana (Mexican plum) #41079 | Photo Credit: Mathews, Ray | LBJ Wildflower Center

Scotty's surprise oxalis Central Texas Gardener

Scotty's surprise oxalis Central Texas Gardener

Achillea millefolium (Common yarrow) #21642 | Photo Credit: Wasowski, Sally and Andy | LBJ Wildflower Center

Achillea millefolium (Common yarrow) #21642 | Photo Credit: Wasowski, Sally and Andy | LBJ Wildflower Center

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