Sea Myrtle trees are in the southernmost basins which are 30 feet above sea level. Some of them are 6 feet tall already. They are fast growing. They were not there two and a half years ago when the land was up for sale.
Cogon Grass is a tall grass that is highly invasive. It is a bright almost Chartreuse green. The back of the stalks is rough, kind of like Velcro. The rib is off center. Lawnmowers spread it to other areas. The roots grow very deep and spread. There are about 8 areas in Hundred Acre Hollows […]
Slash Pine trees are growing in the two northern basins where the elevation is 31 feet above sea level. They are long leaf pines that don’t like being wet. This land was originally Pine flatwood habitat which is Scrub habitat. Some of the trees are 4 to 5 feet tall, large enough for hawks to […]
Hog Plum is a native plant in Florida found in scrub land or other dry areas. In Hundred Acre Hollows, the Hog Plums are on the tops of the berms.
Brazilian Pepper trees are highly invasive. They were brought to Florida in the 1890’s as ornamental shrubs and were called Florida Holly.
Sabal Minor, also known as Dwarf Palmetto, are plentiful in Hundred Acre Hollows. In fact, they line the sides of some of the basins as if they had all been planted in a row.