Allied Growers, Inc.
Florida Native Plants
(other varieties available, call 1-800-321-4769)
Annual /Blooming & Landscape Plants
Please Call for availability 1-800-321-4769 and scroll to the bottom of page to see Allied Growers list of Blooming/Landscape Plants.
Alocasia (Elephant Ear)
Small green flowers in summer; large leaves; requires little
attention once planted; freezing temperatures kill the foliage,
but grows back in warm weather.
Water Lilies, Papyrus
Flowers, light, region varies; choose species for climate.
Buttonwood, Green & Silver
Well suited to a variety of sandy soils and can withstand
drought spells, wet soils and harsh conditions.
Many cultivars; attractive foliage; flowers variable
Cactus / Succulents
Echeveria, Chicks & Hens
Tends to fruit in early summer. In the wild you can see both
green tip and red tip coco plum. In ornamental landscape
settings, the red tip is used more often.
Flowers variable; few pests; needs little attention once
Adiantum, Asplenium, Blechnum, Cyathea, Didymochlaena,
Doodia, Doryopteris, Hemionitis, Leather Leaf, Microsorum,
Nephrolepis, Pellaea, Phlebodium, Phyllttis, Pteris, Rumohra
Selagiella, Southern Maiden Hair
Fire Bush DWF
Bright red flowers that attract butterflies.
Flowers variable; striking plant with long, grass like foliage
that is often variegated in green & creamy white.
Select only natives and their hybrids; region and salt tolerance
depend on species; flowers variable, spring-fall.
Small flowers all year.
Common Milkweed grows in sandy, clay or rocky soil. It occurs
along the border of water.
Dianella Variegated, Fakahatchee Grass, Muhly Grass,
Pampas Grass, Bahia Grass, Purple Love Grass, Red
Fountain Grass, Sand Cord Grass, White Fountain Grass
Large ground cover in wet to moist areas.
Silver Palm, Dark Blue/Green leaves have silver underside
that shimmer when the wind blows. Pindo Palm, Date Palm,
Cabbage Palm, European Fan Palm
Passiflora, Passion Vine
Pink/Purple flowers in summer-fall; tolerates occasionally wet soil
Pimenta diocia (All Spice)
Winter Hardy to USDA Zone 10-12
Medium Moisture, well drained soils
in full sun.
White Indigo Berry
Select native species only; flowers variable; attracts wildlife.
Large shade tree in coastal areas.
Showy, often fragrant flowers are followed by colorful berries
and fall foliage.
Blooms in late winter / early spring.
Xerio Scape (Drought & Salt Tolerant)
Pindo Palm, Crape Myrtle, Magnolia, Muhly Grass,
Cabbage Palm, European Fan Palm, Japanese Fatsia,
Gardenia, Fire Bush, Texas Sage, Wax Myrtle, Oleander,
Rosemary, Bird-of-Paradise, Aloe, Algerian Ivy, Pentas,
Shrub, live green sword shaped pointed leaves.
BLOOMING PLANTS FOR YOUR SPRING FEVER!!
"NEW" SPRING BLOOMERS