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Florida Food Garden Design? Zone 10a or 9b.

 
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Can anyone name enough edible Florida native plants (if not Florida native, then Florida friendly) for each layer of this food forest so that something in each layer is in bloom year round, if possible?...

Root layer
Ground cover
Herbaceous
Shrubs
Bushes
Vines/Climbers
Under story trees
Canopy tree

So, you have to know if it's...
Florida native or friendly,
what zones, 10a or 9b.
whether or not it is edible to humans,
when it is in bloom,
and what layer of a food forest it fills.
 
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