Basket flower is an easy to grow annual with flowers that have a cream-colored center with bright purple edges. They close at night. There is an interwoven pattern below the petals, thus the common name.
Search for native plants by scientific name, common name or family. If you are not sure what you are looking for, try the Combination Search or our Recommended Species lists. Native from southern Virginia south to Florida and west to southeast Oklahoma and central Texas, Yaupon is a picturesque, upright, single- or multi-trunked shrub or small tree, growing ft high but usually no higher than 25 ft.
Bark The bark of the Holly is thin, smooth and greyish-brown in color. Older trees have trunks that are more warty and darker in color. Twigs are gray or brown and smooth, while young shoots are light green to tan and either glabrous or hairy.
Ilex opacathe American hollyis a species of hollynative to the eastern and south-central United Statesfrom coastal Massachusetts south to central Floridaand west to southeastern Missouri and eastern Texas. The bark is light gray, roughened by small warty lumps. The branchlets are stout, green at first and covered with rusty down, later smooth and brown.
Dromore Wood is first mentioned in when the Earl of Thomond is granted the lands and Castle. Induring a land dispute, one third of Dromore has been rented which included a mere 30 acres 12 hectares of woodland. It is impossible to know if this is the extinct of the medieval woodland in Dromore as the case only refers to the land that is been rented by a tenant.
The Wild Woods Farm is a acre native nursery located in northeastern North Carolina where native and medicinal plants are grown in their natural habitat. The inventory fluctuates, so call or email for additional information. Yaupon Holly is a member of the holly family with evergreen leaves and waxy, red berries that ripen just in time for the December holiday season. The leaves are sustainably harvested, dried, and roasted to make a stimulating tea that contains caffeine, theobromine, and antioxidants.