Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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A low growing shrub to one foot tall found in the southeastern coastal states from Louisiana to South Carolina and most of Florida. The terminal panicles of small five-petaled white flowers appear in spring and summer. The edible, though nearly tasteless fruit is a favorite food of the gopher tortoise.Tweet