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Coccoloba sp., Coccoloba

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 Coccoloba sp.
Family: Polygonaceae
Coccoloba
Origin: Tropical America
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunRegular waterSeaside, salt tolerant plant

About 150 species of mainly evergreen shrubs, trees and vines make up this tropical American genus. They have leathery leaves of variable shape and produce spikes or panicles of very small separate male and female flowers. The flowers are succeeded by segmented purple fruit, edible in some species (Coccoloba uvifera) and of economic importance locally.

These tropical plants will not tolerate prolonged cool temperatures and do best in moist, well-drained soil in full sun. Some are highly adapted to seashore conditions. Propagate from seed or cuttings.

Species and varieties:

Coccoloba ceibensis

Coccoloba pubescens

Coccoloba rugosa

Coccoloba subcordata

Coccoloba uvifera


 Coccoloba sp., Coccoloba

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Coccoloba subcordata, Dominican endemic

Coccoloba sp., Coccoloba

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Coccoloba subcordata, Dominican endemic
Coccoloba sp., Coccoloba

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Coccoloba subcordata, Dominican endemic
Coccoloba sp., Coccoloba

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Coccoloba ceibensis, Uvita, Dominican endemic
Coccoloba sp., Coccoloba

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Coccoloba ceibensis, Uvita, Dominican endemic
Coccoloba sp., Coccoloba

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Coccoloba tuerckheimii is a rare plant available only in private collections or some tropical botanical gardens.
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Coccoloba uvifera, Sea grape

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Family: Polygonaceae
Sea grape
Origin: Tropical and sub-tropical America
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunModerate waterEdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Sea Grape is now found growing wild along many seashores and is also used as an ornamental in gardens subjected to salty winds and drought. It has stiff, rounded platter-like leaves shading from yellowish to olive green with prominent veins. The flowers are inconspicuous but the long clusters of berry-like fruit which follow are striking and give the tree its popular name. Somewhat acid in taste, the fruit can be used to make jelly. Other members of the genus have even larger leaves and make attractive ornamental plants when grown in a glasshouse. Coccoloba prefers full sun. Pruning improves the shape when it is used in a garden landscape. It is both flood and drought tolerant.


 Coccoloba uvifera, Sea grape

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Coccoloba uvifera, Sea grape

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Coccoloba uvifera, Sea grape

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Coccoloba uvifera, Sea grape

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Coccoloba uvifera, Sea grape

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Coccoloba variegated
Coccoloba uvifera, Sea grape

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Coccoloba uvifera - Sea Grape

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Seagrape. Popular plant used as an ornamental in gardens or indoors, subjected to salty winds and drought. It has stiff, rounded platter-like leaves shading from yellowish to olive green with prominent veins. Long clusters of berry-like fruit which follow are striking and give the tree its popular name. Somewhat acid in taste, the fruit can be used to make jelly. Very easy to grow and undemanding plant.
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Coccothrinax argentata, Coccothrinax garberi, Coccothrinax jucunda, Florida Silver Thatch Palm

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Florida Silver Thatch Palm
Origin: Florida
Can be used for bonsaiLarge shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterPalm or palm-likeSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

A very pretty small size palm with a slender trunk and an open crown of deeply divided leaves with thin segments, dark green above and silvery white below. The Silver Thatch Palm is a slow but reliable grower and, with its small overall size, it will find room in any garden. It likes a position in full sun or light shade in a tropical or subtropical climate, and, once established, can endure quite some coastal exposure, dry conditions, and even the occasional short, light frost. Indoors it also makes a neat bonsai that can even be cultivated just on a piece of coral limerock, practically without soil. Sunny, moist, but well drained position.


 Coccothrinax argentata, Coccothrinax garberi, Coccothrinax jucunda, Florida Silver Thatch Palm

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Coccothrinax barbadensis, Silver Thatch, Barbados Silver Palm

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Silver Thatch, Barbados Silver Palm
Origin: Antillean Island of the Jamaican
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunModerate waterPalm or palm-likeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

With trunks up to (50 ft) tall, this fine species is one of the tallest, fastest, and most robust in the genus. The big, circular leaves have up to 60 flexuous segments and are a beautiful silvery-gray below. C. barbadensis is widely distributed in the Caribbean and will do well in subtropical and tropical climates. It can take considerable coastal exposure.


  


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Coccothrinax miraguama, Miraguama Palm

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Miraguama Palm
Origin: Cuba
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPalm or palm-likeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

One of the most attractive species in the genus, with a faster than average growth rate. Matting on the trunk makes it look unique.


 Coccothrinax miraguama, Miraguama Palm

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