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Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1d ago

Flower Friday: Whitemouth dayflower

Photo by Mary Keim Whitemouth dayflower (Commelina erecta)Click on terms for botanical definitions. Whitemouth dayflower is an erect perennial wildflower found in pinelands, coastal upla...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1Y ago

Flower Friday: Pricklypear cactus is just bristling with personality.

Pricklypear flower. Photo by Stacey Matrazzo. Pricklypear cactus (Opuntia humifusa) Click on terms for botanical definitions. Pricklypear cactus is an erect to sprawling perennial succu...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1W ago

Know your native pollinators: Leafcutter bees

by Jonnie Dietz, Florida Museum of Natural History "Know your native pollinators" is a series of articles that will help you identify and appreciate Florida's varied pollinators, including...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 2W ago

Flower Friday: Pinewoods milkweed

Photo by Eleanor Dietrich Pinewoods milkweed (Asclepias humistrata) Click on terms for botanical definitions. Also known as sandhill or purple milkweed, pinewoods milkweed is a ...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 3W ago

Flower Friday: Shiny blueberry

Photo by Mary Keim
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Gulf purple pitcherplant

Photo by Eleanor Dietrich
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Swamp tickseed

Swamp tickseed (Coreopsis nudata)            Click on terms for botanical definitions.
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Parsley haw

Parsley haw (Crataegus marshallii)            Click on terms for botanical definitions.
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Southeastern sneezeweed

Southeastern sneezeweed (Helenium pinnatifidum)            Click on terms for botanical definitions.
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

FDOT includes pollinators in Wildflower Policy update

By Dixie Tate It may be just five words, but they could mean a world of difference to wildflowers and, perhaps more importantly, to the critters depending upon them. Those words, “for the...