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Fort Lauderdale provides residents with Florida-friendly/native trees for FREE. The City's biannual tree giveaway events hand out two trees per resident twice a year typically in the Spring/Fall.

Before you buy, check out one of the City's biannual tree giveaway events.

Note that all trees are 3-gallon nursery stock and range from 2 feet to 4 feet tall. Trees Flowering Trees For Sale In Fort Lauderdale.

White Dogwood, magnolia centennial blush and Eastern Redbud. Jan 10, In nature, the dogwood is an understory tree, so it does best in part or filtered sun. Dogwoods grow best in well drained, slightly acidic soils. They’re not drought tolerant, and should get plenty of water. The dogwood tree blooms for a few weeks in the spring, with four-petaled white flowers.

Its leaves turn a spectacular red in the fall before dropping. The tree has bright crimson berries that Missing: Fort Lauderdale. Starting atreviews. Growing Zones: Up to 12% off. Celestial Shadow Dogwood. Pink Pink Flowering Dogwood Flowering Tree in Pot (L) Multiple Sizes.

Find My Store. for pricing and availability. White Kousa Dogwood Flowering Tree in Pot (L) Find My Store. for pricing and availability. Gallon Pink Cherokee Chief Dogwood Flowering Tree in Pot (L)Missing: Fort Lauderdale. Sep 21, Swamp Dogwood Native to the wetlands across peninsular Florida, swamp dogwood (Cornus foemina) grows into a small shrubby tree about 15 feet tall and 12 fee wide at maturity. This is the most widespread native dogwood as it grows in sunny and shady wetlands as well as in.

Oct 16, The Flowering Dogwood Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) grows well throughout the northern and central regions of Florida located within U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 8 and 9. The native tree has a rounded shape and is deciduous, with foliage changing to bright red in fall. This tropical tree has gorgeous scarlet blossoms that cover the tree during the summer. When mature, it can grow to be 40 feet. It likes to grow in sandy, gravelly soil that drains well and full sun.

Tabebuia. This is an ornamental tree that can grow to be 30 feet tall. It can have blooms that are lavender, pink, or yellow during the spring.

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