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  Rosemary Scrub

2901 N. Seacrest Boulevard, Boynton Beach

  Picture of a paved accessible trail through the woods at Rosemary Scrub Natural Area

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Home to Palm Beach County's rarest habitat - the Florida Scrub

Open Sunrise to Sunset, 365 Days a Year 

At a Glance     

Good Things Come in Small Packages

One of our smallest natural areas, the 14-acre Rosemary Scrub is named for a plant related to a familiar cooking herb – the Florida rosemary. Other plants found on the site include netted pawpaw, cabbage palm, nodding pinweed, and several species of native bromeliads.

Features

  • Red Bay Trail (paved) 0.16 miles
  • Gopher Apple Trail (sandy) 0.25 miles
  • Native plant species found here include:
    Curtiss' milkweed, large-flowered rosemary, nodding pinweed, giant sword fern, shell-mound pricklypear, and wild pine airplants
  • Native animal species found here include:
    Florida scrub lizard, gopher tortoise, American redstart, Cooper's hawk, merlin, osprey, and painted bunting

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