Conocarpus erectus 'Sericeus'
Tree Size: 25 Gallon 10-12 ft.
Wholesale Price: $150*
Supplies: $20 - planting soil, mulch, etc.
Total cost of installation: $285*
Quantity Price Breaks Available Mix or Match with other varieties.
3-4 Tropicals: $265 per plant installed.
5 Tropicals or more: $235 per plant installed.
Weight of single tropical 150-200 lbs.
Silver Buttonwood Information
A true South Florida Native providing a soft gray foliage that stands out among all of the green in South Florida's landscapes. The silver button wood has excellent salt tolerance and when planted in coastal gardens, the tree form can become wind swept showing off a unique one of of a kind form. This tree is also perfect for tight areas and keeps to 20 ft. in height. This tree is also drought tolerant being a Florida native and prefers full sun to part shade.
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The cost of planting Tropicals on your property may vary. We only charge you the wholesale cost of the tree. The Pricing includes the tree, cost of delivery, cost of labor to install the palm and sales tax. Availability and pricing are subject to change. All tropicals are purchased and delivered in pristine condition fresh from local south Florida Growers. Our tropicals are pest and disease free. Regular hand watering or single tree emitter irrigation are required to keep your tree alive for the first year.
Lawn Irrigation and rainfall will not be sufficient for watering tropicals. Your tropicals will require fertilization to maintain healthy growth.