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} Searchable plant list with color photos This plant list has been developed utilizing plants known to perform well in the environment of The Villages, and incorporating Florida-Friendly Landscaping principles developed by the University of Florida. Resources.



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Fast grower, looks nice as border plant, flowers emerge mid summer to fall. Tibouchina. Partial shade. This plant can be a shrub or decorative tree.



Additionally, use as a barrier, informal hedge, on slopes, espalier or in containers.



Sensitive to cold. Great pop of color in deep purple. FL P: E. Mix in a partially shaded border with hostas, ferns, viburnum and foam flower. Look for dwarf variety ‘Mount Airy,’ a winner for its fall color.





Fothergilla is a three season shrub with bright white flowers in spring and glossy green foliage in summer. Fothergilla thrives in zones 4 to 9. Florida Native Plant Society (FNPS). (The Villages chapter members are FNPS members) maintains a database of native plants for landscaping. You can search by location, plant type, plant characteristics and more. Florida Friendly Landscaping is a database of plants that grow well in Florida, but are assumed not to be invasive (a few have issues).

Shrubs listed below all meet the requirements for being Florida-friendly and won’t have you spending hours in the garden or a ton of money trying to keep them looking their best.

As always, make sure to know the specific plant’s preferred cultural conditions so you can plant the right shrub in the right location.

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