This category is all about local trees. We visit places in our community to document and discuss all the different trees that can be found throughout our area. This is a fun project for us and hopefully informative and interesting for our customers and our readers. This series will cover everything you wanted to know about trees in Northwest Florida and more.
We are visiting nature walks, state parks, city parks, and even buzzing centers of tourism to seek out a local tree to talk about, so if you have an interesting tree that you think should be on our list, please feel free to contact us using the form provided on our Submit Your Tree Ideas page, and we’ll add your tree to our blog.
Submit Your Trees
You can also use this form if you have a particular indigenous tree you’d like to learn about. Submit your contact information and we will contact you to get the details of your inquiry. Then in a week or so, you can check back to read a blog post inspired by you. Thanks for participating in this series, and we hope you find it informative.
Washingtonia Palm trees grow really well here in northwest Florida. The Washingtonia Robusta is native to northern Mexico, while Washingtonia Filifera is native to the southwestern United States. The […]