The Invasive Old World Climbing Fern

The green leaflets of the invasive Old World climbing fern in South Florida.

In this article, we will show you how to recognize the invasive vine known as the Old World climbing fern (OWCF), how it spreads, why it is considered invasive, and what to do if you spot it on your Palm Beach property.

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Melaleuca or Paperbark Tree

Melaleuca trees growing close together and crowding out native species in Florida.

Melaleuca tree is native to Australia and other areas of the South Pacific. Melaleuca is banned by the state, federal, and regional agencies in the United States due to its propensity to displace native plants and trees. Learn what you should do if you find a Melaleuca tree in your property.

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Chinese Tallow

Do you know that Chinese tallow tree is bad for your Palm Beach property? In this article you’ll learn how invasive this plant is and how to recognize it so you won’t add this to your property landscape and cause issues later on.

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Best Palms for Palm Beach

Palms growing on a Palm Beach property maintained by Coastal Gardens.

Palms, just like trees, needs to be planted at the right place. Choosing the best palms for your Palm Beach property will ensure their health and longevity.

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5 Best Plants for Palm Beach Coastal Landscapes

Rows of orange and yellow Jungle Geranium plants in South Florida.

Coastal properties in Palm Beach face difficult growing conditions, including wind, sand, sun, salt, and heat. That’s why it’s so important to choose the right plants for your landscape. Here are 5 hardy plants that are salt-tolerant, drought-tolerant, hardy, and can handle the heat, humidity, and storms that South Florida is known for.

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