Saw-palmetto: an Ecologically and Economically Important Native Palm

How to Cite

Tanner, George, and John Mullahey. 2009. “Saw-Palmetto: An Ecologically and Economically Important Native Palm”. EDIS 2009 (2).


Revised! WEC-109, a 4-page fact sheet by George W. Tanner and J. Jeffrey Mullahey, describes this major understory plant endemic to the southeastern United States — description, associated plants, ecological importance, management and use, managing fruit production. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, February 2009.


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