Do you know how Duck Potato gets its name? Watch this episode of What’s that Plant? to learn how!
Did you know that Cocoplum berries are not poisonous, and it’s common for lots of birds and other animals to eat them? Watch this episode of What’s that Plant? to learn more!
Did you know that the Bald Cypress Tree is a water-loving tree? Daggerwing Nature Center Naturalist Lila Capra takes us through some cool facts about the Bald Cypress Tree, including how it’s beneficial for both humans and wildlife!
As Daggerwing Nature Center Naturalist Lila Varel shows us, Mimosa is a very unique plant that goes by a few different names! Watch this video to learn about this native plant, including ways you can easily grow it.
Do you know how to spot the difference between native and non-native Firebush plants? Daggerwing Nature Center Manager, Sean Mallee shows you how – and takes you through some other cool facts about this “fiery” plant.
Did you know that Coontie is part of a classification of plants that’s been around for millions of years? Watch this short video to learn about some unique facts about these interesting plants, including how they’re beneficial by both humans and animals!
Have you seen beautiful, bright purple berries while visiting PBC Parks? Beautyberry can be spotted at a number of our parks! Watch this short video to learn about some unique facts about these stunning plants, including how they’re beneficial to both humans and animals!
Did you know that the Cabbage Palm tree (aka Sabal Palm) is Florida’s state tree? Watch this short video to learn more interesting facts about this tree, including how some Native Americans have used the tree!
The Pond Apple goes by many names, including Alligator Apple, Annona Glabra, and Monkey Apple. The tree cannot grow in dry settings, and is commonly found near ponds or other bodies of water. Check out the latest episode of “What’s that Plant?” to find out where you can spot Pond Apple in our parks!
The Florida Strangler Fig wraps its roots around host trees, widens, and forms larger roots that eventually take over its host tree. This unique tree is also the host plant for the Daggerwing Butterfly! Check out the latest episode of “What’s that Plant?” to learn more about the Florida Strangler Fig.