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Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 4h ago

Member profile: Dr. Loran Anderson

Dr. Loran Anderson is a professor emeritus in the department of biological science at Florida State University in Tallahassee. His research has focused on plant taxonomy and systematics in...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 15m ago

Try these "alter-natives" to common invasive species

Florida is uniquely varied in its climate and growing conditions, allowing for a huge variety of plants to thrive. But some of the plants that are common to our home landscapes are actually ...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 3d ago

Flower Friday: Rusty lyonia

Photo by Stacey Matrazzo Rusty lyonia (Lyonia ferruginea)Click on terms for botanical definitions. Also known as rusty staggerbush, rusty lyonia is a long-lived evergreen flowering shrub...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1W ago

Flower Friday: Crossvine

Crossvine (Bignonia capreolata) Click on terms for botanical definitions. Photo by Eleanor Dietrich Crossvine is a perennial evergreen vine, so named because a cross-section of its stem ...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 2W ago

Flower Friday: Wakerobin

Photo by Eleanor Dietrich Wakerobin (Trillium spp.) Click on terms for botanical definitions. Wakerobins are long-lived perennial wildflowers native to upland hardwood forests, slope fo...
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 3W ago

Flower Friday: Bay lobelia

Photo by Mary Keim Bay lobelia (Lobelia feayana)
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Ashe's calamint

Ashe’s calamint (Calamintha ashei)            Click on terms for botanical definitions.
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Coastal searocket

Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Pineland daisy

Pineland daisy (Chaptalia tomentosa)            Click on terms for botanical definitions.
Florida Wildflower Foundation blog · 1M ago

Flower Friday: Sida

Sida ulmifolia. Photo by Grace Howell.