Atlantic St. John’s Wort

15 Jun

This showy plant was growing in a dry scrub area in Lake County. The white sand scrub is one of my favorite places. It looks like nothing would dare grow in that white sterile sand – but it is chock full of interesting plants and critters.

Atlantic St. John's Wort - Hypericum tenuifolium


2 Responses to “Atlantic St. John’s Wort”

  1. The Florida Blogger June 15, 2010 at 2:06 pm #

    Can you eat this type of St. Johns Wort and get rid of the melancholy?

  2. FlaScenics June 15, 2010 at 2:17 pm #

    Probably not, but just taking a walk in the woods may help:)

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