NATIVE GARDEN LIBRARY

The Native Garden Library is a vibrant collection where each photograph and video tells a unique story of nature's beauty and the art of gardening with native and region-friendly plants.

This library is not just a repository; it's a celebration of community, collaboration, and the shared passion for cultivating spaces that thrive in harmony with their natural surroundings.

Thank you for sharing in the joy and beauty of our native landscape.

March 2024

Chasing Butterflies – Video

Chasing Butterflies – Video Chasing butterflies in the Edge at Cherrylake. The Frog Fruit (Phyla nordiflora) was covered in Phaon Crescent butterflies, bumble bees were pollinating the spotted bee balm (Monarda punctata), a Yellow Sulfur was on the Calusa Firebush […]
March 2024

Sunshine Mimosa

Sunshine Mimosa Emily Bell | The Florida Native Wildflower Foundation
March 2024

Perennial Peanut Alternative Groundcover

Perennial Peanut Alternative Groundcover This view of the soft and bouncy groundcover that trumps traditional grass in every way. Location: Sunbridge Community
March 2024

Silver Saw Palmetto

Silver Saw Palmetto Location: Weslyn Park Model Homes | Emily Bell
April 2023

Sunshine Mimosa Macro

Taken by Jenny Winford on April 2023. A close-up photo of the beautiful blossom of the native Sunshine Mimosa.
March 2024

Hamlin

Hamlin
March 2024

Bee Takeoff

Bee Takeoff – Video A bumblebee takes off from a native Spotted Bee Balm in Cherylake’s The Edge planting in Groveland, FL. Taken by Jennifer Winford – 2022 Location: Cherrylake’s The Edge