Johnny Butterflyseed has found a Scrub Plum (Prunus geniculata) seedling in the wild, an exceptionally rare occurrence. Scrub Plum seedlings are so rare that determining
Johnny Butterflyseed’s first Scrub Plum
Wild Lime (zanthoxylum fagara) provides food for Eastern Giant & Schaus’ Swallowtail butterfly larva, and can replace Japanese Boxwood in the yard or garden.
Swallow-tailed Kites (Elanoides forficatus) are a migratory raptor who split their time between the southeastern US, and South America. They migrate to the Central Florida
The endangered Scrub Plum (prunus geniculata) is submitted by Johnny Butterflyseed to two Florida herbaria, the first for Polk County in a third of a century.