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Image of Sabal palmetto photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Blue Palmetto, Florida Cabbage Palm, Sabal Palm)

With its immense fan-shaped leaves, its stout straight wind-resistant trunk, and its exceptional cold hardiness, this slow-growing, medium-size palm is both beautiful and adaptable. Native to the Southeast United States from coastal North Carolina to Florida, it also occurs on the Bahamas.

The bold, deep green to yellowish green, evergreen fronds are divided into 60 or more long, arching, blade-like segments, that radiate like the spokes of an umbrella. The segments bear narrow, drooping, ribbon-like...

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James Burghardt

(Lisa Cabbage Palm, Lisa Sabal Palm)

Bringing a new look to a familiar plant, 'Lisa' bears fronds that are stiffer and less divided than those of other cabbage palms. As with more typical forms of the species, its bold fan-shaped leaves, its stout straight wind-resistant trunk, and its exceptional cold hardiness make it a beautiful and adaptable landscape plant. A slow-growing, medium-sized palm, Florida cabbage palm is native to the Southeast United States from coastal North Carolina to Florida, and also occurs on the Bahamas. This...

Image of Sabal rosei photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Llanos Palmetto)

Bearing 15 to 30 immense fan-like fronds atop a slender straight trunk, this remarkably cold-hardy Sabal comes from savannas and deciduous forests in western Mexico. It grows slowly into a medium-sized palm.

The arching, green to bluish green, evergreen fronds are divided into 60 or more long, rigid, blade-like segments, that radiate like the spokes of an umbrella. The segments angle upwards, giving the fronds a "folded" appearance. The fronds are borne atop the trunk on long, erect...

Image of Sabal yapa photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Bay Palmetto, Huano, Thatch Palm)

The bold, bluish-green fronds of this slender-trunked Sabal have strongly drooping leaflets, creating a cascading effect. It is native to deciduous forests and grasslands in southwestern Cuba, Belize and the Yucatan Peninsula, usually occurring on alkaline soil. It grows slowly into a medium-sized palm.

The huge, arching, fan-shaped fronds are divided into 90 or more long, cascading, blade-like segments, that radiate like the spokes of an umbrella. The segments are joined in pairs for...

Image of Saccharum officinarum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Sugarcane)

Imagine a culinary world lacking table sugar, molasses or rum. Perhaps there would be fewer smiles and cavities. All these sweeteners originate from the sweet juices of sugarcane, a perennial grass believed to originate from southeast Asia, which is now grown in warm regions worldwide. it is a tall, bold, warm-season grass that resembles bamboo.

Sugarcane was cultivated in India as early as 2992 B.C. Alexander the Great brought sugar back to Europe, where it was referred to as "the honey from...

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Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Sugarcane)

Imagine a culinary world lacking table sugar, molasses or rum. Perhaps there would be fewer smiles and cavities. All these sweeteners originate from the sweet juices of sugarcane, a perennial grass believed to originate from southeast Asia, which is now grown in warm regions worldwide. it is a tall, bold, warm-season grass that resembles bamboo.

Sugarcane was cultivated in India as early as 2992 B.C. Alexander the Great brought sugar back to Europe, where it was referred to as "the honey from...

Image of Salvia microphylla photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Small-leaved Sage)

When faced with the summer heat, littleleaf sage keeps blooming and shining. This ornamental sage is a shrubby perennial native to the southwestern United States and Mexico. It has sparse, fragrant foliage of medium green and upright, semi-woody stems. Throughout summer and fall it produces beautiful two-lipped tubular flowers—the bottom lip being large and fan-shaped. These may be red, pink, magenta or purple, depending on the cultivar, and are highly attractive to hummingbirds.

Littleleaf...

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Jessie Keith

(Small-leaved Sage)

This ornamental sage is a highly drought tolerant shrubby perennial that originates from the southwestern United States and Mexico. Its leaves are small, mildly scented and medium green. From summer to fall it bears stems lined with showy two-lipped, watermelon pink flowers. These are highly attractive to hummingbirds.

Plant in sites with moderately fertile to poor, well drained soil and full sun. Littleleaf sage is an excellent choice for a hot sunny border or hummingbird garden. The cultivar...

(Sanchezia)

With glossy green leaves and upright flower spikes of red bracts and yellow flowers, Sanchezia oblonga isn't as ornamentally showy as the bicolor-leaved shrubby whitevein (Sanchezia speciosa). This evergreen shrub makes an effective filler in a mixed tropical border, with showy, hummingbird-attracting flowers during the warm months of the year. It hails from the tropical rainforests on the eastern slopes of the Andes Mountains from Ecuador to Bolivia.

Sanchezia develops into...

Image of Sanchezia speciosa photo by: Carol Cloud Bailey

Carol Cloud Bailey

(Shrubby Whitevein)

An alternative to croton, shrubby whitevein or the common sanchezia boasts colorful foliage for a tropical border. The green leaves display contrasting lighter colored veins. Native to the rainforests of Ecuador and Peru, common sanchezia is now widely distributed across Tropical America. This evergreen, frost-tender shrub attains an upright oval silhouette with sparse and angled branches.

Glossy deep green leaves have a tapering oval shape and occur in pairs along green stems. The midvein and...