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Sea Oats

Uniola paniculata


Sea Oats at the Beach.


Beaches. Mankind has finally figured out that Sea Oats is very important to keep sands in place and at most beaches it is considered a protected plant that should not be destroyed in anyway. (Manasota Beach)

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p.young713 9 years ago


LauraMaria 9 years ago

Oh very pretty! There are similar plants (sedges and things) that grow on the coastlines in England, I can just see these ones waving hello in the wind as you arrive at the beach!

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Sarasota, Florida, USA

Spotted on May 21, 2011
Submitted on May 23, 2011

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