Who knew?

The lowly palmetto (serenoa repens) may be as much as 10,000 years old!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 "Palmetto Issue"

Florida Native Plant Society

Vol. 33. no. 3 2016

"Age-old palms of Florida's Ancient Ridges"

Warren G. Abrahamson


"A Tale of Two Palmettos: the Foundation of Ecosystems"

Warren G. Abrahamson

 

 

Palmetto Issue 33.3 2016.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 9.8 MB

Carlton Wildflower Gallery: can be viewed singly or as a slideshow.

Also view Drew Shell's Wildflower Gallery. He and and Julie Scherer are regular Carlton visitors who assist us locating and identifying new and invasive species and have obtained grants for us from Microsoft Corporation. 

Help us identify our native wildflowers: e-mail Sherm@carltonreserve.org if we've misidentified any of them.

pictured : Hibiscus, Swamp Rosemallow--Hibuscus moscheutos

Membership:

Russ@carltonreserve.org

President:

BobO@carltonreserve.org

Information & Website

Sherm@carltonreserve.org

 Park Naturalist:

Debbie Blanco 

dblanco@scgov.net

 

 

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Sarasota County

Field Guide

to Conservation Lands

(download 64pp. PDF)

Field Guide.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 3.8 MB

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