City of Pembroke Pines Preferred Species List



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City of Pembroke Pines Preferred Species List

The following vegetation has been observed to mature well in and around the City of Pembroke Pines. You are encouraged to select from this list when choosing plant material for your site. Preference should always be given to native vegetation. Be sure to plan for the future and choose the right tree for the right place. You may refer to qualified city staff in the Planning Department for additional assistance.




LARGE TREES - CATEGORY 1

(AVERAGE MATURE HEIGHT GREATER THAN 30 FEET)

LARGE PALMS – CATEGORY 4

(MATURE CANOPY SPREAD GREATER THAN 10 FEET)









COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

NATIVE

MATURE SPREAD (ft.)

COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

NATIVE

MATURE SPREAD (ft.)

Bald Cypress

Taxodium distichum

Y

30

African Oil Palm

Elaeis sp.




15

Baobab

Adansonia digitata




40

Bismark Palm (green & silver)

Bismarckia nobilis




14

Beauty Leaf

Calophyllum inophyllum




40

Blue Latan Palm

Latania loddigesii




15

Bulnesia

Bulnesia arborea




35

Borassus Palm

Borassus sp.




22

Fruiting Tamarind

Tamarindus indica




40

Canary Island Date Palm

Phoenix canariensis




25

Golden Rain Tree

Koelreuteria sp.




40

Caranday Palm

Copernicia alba




10

Golden Shower

Cassia fistula




30

Chinese Fan Palm

Livistona chinensis




11

Guiana Chestnut

Pachira aquatica




30

Coconut Palm

Cocos nucifera var. maypan




20

Gumbo Limbo

Bursera simaruba

Y

30

Cohune Palm

Attalea sp.




20

Kapok

Ceiba pentandra




45

Date Palm

Phoenix dactylifera




35

Live Oak

Quercus virginiana

Y

80

Florida Royal Palm

Roystonea sp.

Y

25

Mahogany

Swietenia mahogani

Y

45

Hispaniola Palm

Sabal domingensis




15

Paradise Tree

Simarouba glauca

Y

30

Hurricane Palm

Dictyosperma album




12

Pond Cypress

Taxodium ascendens

Y

30

Paurotis Palm (clump)

Acoelorrhaphe wrightii

Y

15

Red Silk Cotton

Bombax sp.




50

Puerto Rican Hat Palm

Sabal causiarum




12

Royal Poinciana

Delonix regia




60

Ribbon Fan Palm

Livistona decipiens




15

Sausage Tree

Kigelia pinnata




30

Sabal Palm

Sabal palmetto

Y

12

Shaving Brush Tree

Pseudobombax ellipticum




50

Senegal Date Palm (clump)

Phoenix reclinata




15

Silk Floss

Chorisia speciosa




50

Talipot Palm

Corypha sp.




35

South Florida Slash Pine

Pinus elliotii var. densa

Y

40

Triangle Palm

Dypsis decaryi




15

Southern Red Cedar

Juniperus silicicola

Y

30

Wild Date Palm

Phoenix sylvestris




18

Strangler Fig

Ficus aurea

Y

65

Wild Mastic

Sideroxylon foetidissimum

Y

45

* palms must be minimum 10 feet overall height at installation

Wild Tamarind

Lysiloma latisliqua

Y

45

* exchange 1 canopy tree for 3 palms.










Yellow Poinciana

Peltophorum pterocarpum




40













*must be minimum 14 feet overall height at installation
























MEDIUM TREES – CATEGORY 2

(AVERAGE MATURE HEIGHT LESS THAN 30 FEET)

SMALL TREES _ CATEGORY 3

(AVERAGE MATURE HEIGHT LESS THAN 20 FEET)




COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

NATIVE

MATURE SPREAD (ft.)

COMMON NAME

SCIENTIFIC NAME

NATIVE

MATURE SPREAD (ft.)

Autograph Tree

Clusia rosea

Y

20

Bahama Strongbark

Bourreria succulenta

Y

18

Black Ironwood

Krugiodendron ferreum

Y

25

Bottlebrush

Callistemon sp.




18

Bridalveil Tree

Caesalpinia granadillo




25

Cinnamon Bark

Canella winterana

Y

10

Crabwood

Gymnanthes lucida

Y

20

Dragon Tree

Dracena draco




15

Green Buttonwood

Conocarpus erectus

Y

25

Fiddlewood

Citharexylum fruticosum

Y

15

Horseflesh

Lysiloma sabicu




25

Frangipani

Plumeria spp.




18

Jamaican Dogwood

Piscidia piscipula

Y

25

Jamaican Caper

Capparis cynophallophora




12

Japanese Blueberry

Elaeocarpus decipiens




25

Japanese Privet

Ligustrum japonicum




15

Lancewood

Nectandra coriacea

Y

25

Madagascar Olive

Noronhia emarginata




18

Lignum Vitae

Guaicum sp.

Y

25

Myrsine

Rapanea punctata

Y

15

Pigeon Plum

Coccoloba diversifolia

Y

25

Orange Geiger

Cordia sebestena

Y

20

Pink Tabebouia

Tabebuia heterophylla




25

Pond Apple

Annona glabra

Y

15

Queens Crape Myrtle

Lagerstroemia speciosa




30

Ponytail

Beaucarnea recurvata




12

Loquat

Eriobotrya japonica




20

Screw Pine

Pandanus utilis




15

Sea Grape

Coccoloba uvifera

Y

25

Silver Buttonwood

Conocarpus erectus, var. sericeus

Y

16

Simpson's Stopper

Myrcianthes fragrans

Y

20

Spanish Stopper

Eugenia foetida

Y

10

*exchange 2 medium trees for 1 large canopy tree *exchange 3 small trees for 1 large canopy tree

*must be 12 foot overall height at installation *must be 10 foot overall height at installation


  • All trees and palms must meet Florida #1 grade or better according to the Florida Dept. of Agriculture “Florida Grades & Standards”




  • Contact the local University of Florida IFAS Extension Office for literature on tree selection and planting procedure




  • See City Code for minimum replacement standards



City of Pembroke Pines

Planning & Economic Development Division

10100 Pines Boulevard

Pembroke Pines, FL 33026-3900

(954) 435-6555 office

(954) 435-6746 fax Revised November 2014

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