Saw Palmetto

Some flowering saw palmetto, Serenoa repens, at Skidaway Island State Park. This low-growing palm is often characterized by sharp, serrated edges along the stems of it’s leaves, and is common in the understory of oak-pine forests in and around Savannah and the rest of the South East.

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