As of 4-11-2021pinellasplants.com was available if I wanted to pursue as a microsite.
Bamboo is good for privacy but can be very invasive
Alocasia (elephant ears)
Cordyline. Sherberts have a varagated leaf.
Banana trees (hardy banana, dwarf variety)
Dwarf Oysters are perfect ground cover
Spot leaf copper leaf: super cool leaf
Gardenias (smell good)
Peonioes (for Madi)
Breeze Lomandra (grasslike evergreen perennial with fine)
Will Fleming Holly (vertical accents)
Squid Agave (low water low care)
Justicia (orange plume) go 6 ft tall and blooms 9 months out of the year
Fiesta Hibiscus (Madi loves)
Juniper (Big non no per Madi)
Aztec grass is a good base cover
service berry is a must if you like birds
pink turtle head
black eyed susans
Tampa native scarletbrush
Tampa native Seminole balasamo
Tampa native southern bayberry
TPA trumpet honeysuckle
Live oak and water oak
TPA trumpet creeper
Wild coffee: few varieties
TPA butterfly milkweed: monarch host plant
French lavender: always blooming even in winter
Salvia mysty: excellent pollinator plant clean and disease-free always blooming perennial.
Pentas: number one Florida perennial
TPA verbain native verbena: frost and heat tolerant
African Bush Daisy
Sedum Florida friendly gold
Flory glory Mexican Heather
Phlox Jagger: 7 months of flowering blooms November to June.
Lantana: bloomify. Seed free and Florida friendly.
Cabbage Palm (Sable palm): State tree of Florida.
Chinese Fan Plalm: awesome. Leaflet splits and hangs down
Royal Palm: Brandon favorite. Slick whitish truck. Native to Florida.
Christmas palm: native to the Philippines. Has become a staple in the Florida landscape worlds shorter has like the slick green trunk
Queen Palm: native to south America. Fast-growing palm 1 to 3 ft per year. Coldhearty. Fair well in Jax. And southern Georgia.
Cat Palm: found in bigger pot or planter
Foxtail palm: have a slick green trunk like the Christmas palm but have a palm like a fox tail
Triangle Fan Palm
Bismarck: Whitish/silvery palm tree. Native to North Central Madasgar.
Washingtonias: not recommended for South Florida
Verticle Green Wall: biophilic design and living wall
Rain gauge and capturing rainwater seems like a no-brainer
Tropical plant party YouTube channel
Wilcox nursery is a good local source
Cabbage palms (sable palms)
Beach Elder: succulent+like
Coastal spider Lily
Stem passion vine