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Huge clean Trunking Serenora Repens

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Mr.SamuraiSword

Absolutely huge Serenora, I wonder if it was there before the area was developed or was brought in as a mature plant, as these are very very old.  these are in Hernando Beach on the gulf coast of FL.

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Reeverse

My guess is they were there. Hard to find specimens that big. Such a nice clump. 

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Fusca

And they are difficult to move too, aren't they?  I seem to remember someone posting that somewhere before.

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Stevetoad

If they built around them that’s crazy cool. Those are huge

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Mr.SamuraiSword
1 hour ago, Stevetoad said:

If they built around them that’s crazy cool. Those are huge

I think your all right.  I found some more houses with other tall serenora... They must be 150 + years old.

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PalmatierMeg

Beautiful. So wonderful some ignoramous hasn't dug them up as "spiny weeds". They don't transplant well at all when that old.

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