Cocoanut palms and They call me Papa baseball shirt alms are both to be found in south though neither is indigenous, both having been planted by accident or design. The palmetto is on the other hand native to the. In the northern third of the however, it never seems to me to feel at home. Palmettos there are set out along fine walks and in yards and formal gardens where for the most part they stand primly and seem a bit self onscious. Rarely there in my woodland walks, either in swamp or upland, did I find the cabbage palmetto, which is the only tall growing kind, wild.
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As you come south you begin to They call me Papa baseball shirt long in the neighborhood sudden accesses of tropical picturesqueness in the swampy lands. The jungle grows stateliness and becomes peopled with possibilities of all romance, a condition less common to the lonely, flat woods and the impenetrable tangle of jasmine and greenbrier and gray moss of the swamps in the northern counties of the State. All this I think due to the presence all about you of the tall palmettos. There is an interminable regularity about the pines. south, the palmettos stray in groups all about the landscape, never standing prim and solemn as they do about and.Augustine. Here they seem to prance in toward town like plumed Seminole chieftains of the early days. They lean together in groups and make the landscape cozy and beautiful, while yet it loses nothing of dignity.