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Floridata: Cycas circinalis
... ) is native to equatorial Africa. It is now a popular landscape item in frost free areas everywhere. Culture Queen sago is tolerant of most soils, but prefers loose sandy soils with ... . Queen sago is readily available for a reasonable price from garden centers and nurseries in frostfree areas of the country. A flour is obtained from the seeds. This must be thoroughly washed ...

Floridata: Antigonon leptopus
... tendrils to happily and rapidly climb up, over and upon any nearby object. Evergreen in frostfree areas, the coral vine has attractive green heart-shaped leaves that are 4 (10 cm). In ...
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... south by forests of broad-leaved trees thriving in a frostfree environment. Although certain trees may be dominant in some areas, such as sugar maple (Acer saccharum) and American beech ( ... collections are "to extend focused collections in less studied taxonomic groups and selected geographical areas; to develop a mechanism for establishing priorities relating to capturing data in collections, for ...

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