Wet Soil Trees

S & J Nursery’s

Guide to Selecting Northeast
Florida Landscape

Trees That Tolerate Wet Soils

Bald Cypress tree by a ponds edge St. Augustine Florida

Bald Cypress (Taxodium distichum)

  Bottlebrush Red Cluster Multi trunk St. Augustine Florida

Bottlebrush Red Cluster

( Callistemon citrinus)

Bottlebrush Slim blooms up close

Bottlebrush Slim

Weeping Bottlebrush Jacksonville Florida

Bottlebrush Weeping

( Callistemon veminalis )

Elm Florida

( Ulmus americanum var. floridanum)

Winged Elm Tree in a commercial planting Jacksonville Florida

Elm Winged

( Ulmus alata)

Fringe Tree (Chinonanthus virginicus)

Golden Rain Tree pods beginning to fade

Golden Rain Tree / Chinese Flame Tree

(Koelreutria bipinnata)

Brakens Brown Beauty Magnolia in the St. Augustine Florida home landscape

Magnolia Brackens Brown Beauty

(Magnolia grandiflora ‘Brackens Brown Beauty’)

Magnolia D.D. Blanchard Foliage up close St. Augustine Florida

Magnolia D.D. Blanchard

(Magnolia grandiflora ‘D.D. Blanchard’)

Southern magnolia bloom up close

Magnolia Southern

( Magnolia grandiflora)

Florida Native Red Maple tree in the home landscape

Maple Red

( Acer rubrum)

silver maple tree St. Augustine Florida

Maple Silver

Oak Overcup

Oak Live (Quercus virginiana)

Oak Shumard

(Quercus shaumardii)

  Overcup Oak

(Quercus lyrata)

River Birch Tree in the home landscape Northeast Florida

River Birch

(Betula nigra)

Sycamore tree in the Northeast Florida home landscape


(Plantanus occidentalis)

Sweet Bay


( Liquidambar styraciflua)

Tulip Tree Foliage up close

Tulip Tree

(Lirodendron tulipifera)

– Occaisionally wet –

Wax Myrtle trunk and branches

Wax Myrtle

(Morella Cerifera)

Weeping Willow

( Salix babylonica )

Yaupon Holly berries on a female tree

Weeping Yaupon

( Ilex vomintoria ‘Pendula’)

Yaupon Holly Trees

Yaupon Holly

( Ilex Vomitoria)