Flowers In Broward County

Flowers In Broward County

Native Flowers in Broward County 

If you own property in Broward County, you'll want to install landscaping that suits the climate in this beautiful part of Florida. To that end, Bayfront Floral & Event Design is pleased to present this incomplete (but still very interesting) collection of plants, trees, and native flowers in Broward County.

Trees that thrive in Broward County

It's practically impossible to think of Florida without palm trees coming to mind. In fact, there are dozens of species of palm that do very well here. Palm trees such as coconut palms, cabbage palms, and royal palms are as common to the Sunshine State as flamingos, rocket launches, and Disney World.

Other trees that fare well in Florida (and look great with native flowers in Broward County) include red maple, laurel oak, various species of cypress, and Carolina willow. Of course, you'll want to have your soil and drainage checked before planting new palms on your property.

Native plants

Here in Florida, it seems as if just about anything you stick in the ground will take root and grow. Nonetheless, it's a smart idea to go with native plants and native flowers in Broward County every chance you get. It's good for the environment, and native shrubs and bushes add interest without wasting a lot of water.

Some native plants that love living in Broward County include the following:

  • Netted pawpaw
  • Pigeon plum
  • Coralbean
  • False indigo bush
  • Seagrape
  • Florida hopbush
  • Beach-creeper
  • Buttonbush
  • Firebush
  • Snowberry
  • Boxleaf stopper
  • St. Andrew's cross
  • St. John's wort
  • Gallberry
  • Saw palmetto
  • Sweet acacia

Native flowers of Broward County

What would Florida be without its beautiful selection of flowers? There are certainly too many to name in this brief blog, but here are a few of our favorite flowers in Broward County:

  • Beach false foxglove
  • White prickly-poppy
  • Bluestem prickly-poppy
  • Swamp milkweed
  • Butterfly weed
  • Lemon hyssop
  • Yellow buttons
  • Beggarticks
  • Beach false foxglove
  • Bandana-of-the-Everglades
  • Pine hyacinth
  • Leavenworth's tickseed
  • Scrub prairie clover
  • Summer farewell
  • Seaside gentian
  • Wild cotton
  • Sneezeweed

These are by no means all the pretty wild flowers found in Broward County. In truth, there are hundreds -maybe even thousands- of lovely flowers that grow in and around neighborhoods in the section of Florida.

Ferns and grasses

Cinnamon fern, bracken ferns, wild Boston ferns, and giant swordferns are found throughout Florida where they add landscape interest to yards and beautiful wildness in nature zones. Wiregrass, bushy bluestem, whisk ferns, and Maidencane may also thrive when planted in your Broward County backyard.

If you are still thinking about planting your garden, but haven't quite made it happen yet, don't worry. Bayfront Floral & Event Design can deliver virtually any blooms you desire. Go ahead and plant your flowerbeds, but when you require a large number of blooms to decorate your wedding or event venue, Bayfront is the company to call on. We are your one-stop shop for all sorts of wonderful flowers in Broward County. To know more, please call 305-375-0300




Flowers In Broward County
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