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Florida Wildflower
We nurture the awareness, understanding and appreciation of Florida's native wildflowers through education, research and planting projects throughout the state!
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Florida's state wildflower? It's not the orange blossom! Meet ; an easy-to-grow 🦋magnet used in and even medical treatments⚕. Download this pdf from on our website (link in bio).
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Florida Wildflower Mar 22
! Virginia willow (Itea virginica):Spikes of white flowers, long bloom period & fall color. (Yes, it's leaves turn red in the fall!) Learn more about this wonderful wetland : 📷:Eleanor Dietrich
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Florida Wildflower Mar 20
Happy 1st day of spring! Show us the blooming in your ! (Just a few of ours: 😍🌼🐝) Clockwise: 🐝European honey /Prunus umbellata 🌼Pyrausta tyralis moths/Coreopsis 🦋 caterpillars/aquatic milkweed 🦋Ceraunus blue / Biden's alba
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Florida Wildflower Mar 17
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Florida Wildflower Mar 17
Given the chance of above-normal temperatures and rain throughout the state, expect a good spring show of native through May. Find out where below!🌸🌻🌾
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Florida Wildflower Mar 15
! Yellow anisetree (Illicium parviflorum) may have unassuming , but you won't miss its licorice fragrance, esp. if you crush the leaves.Tiny flowers pollinated by small . Is it right for your landscape? Find out at 📷Mary Keim
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Florida Wildflower Mar 13
Check out & share more gorgeous Florida wildflower photos on our Flickr page. This one is blooming now! ttps://www.flickr.com/photos/flawildflowers/
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Florida Wildflower Mar 12
We're pretty excited about sponsoring this exciting event! See you there. 🌼🦋🌻🐝🐛
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Florida Wildflower Mar 8
!Yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria):Evergreen shrub/tree w/tiny spring blooms & fall fruit. can be made from its leaves/stems, but careful—it contains more caffeine than .What did Native Americans use it for? 📸Eleanor Dietrich
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Florida Wildflower Mar 7
Our symposium field trips are selling out quickly, but we still have a few spots in our nature hikes including the . Join like-minded people while exploring & learning about &FL ! (April 12-13 in )
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Florida Wildflower Mar 5
📣Introducing: Our newest video highlighting the ! It's 48 seconds of buzzing, fluttering inspiration. 🦋🎬 Let us know if you already have yours!😉
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Florida Wildflower Mar 1
! Swampprivet's tiny flowers attract & & typically appear in spring. & small mammals ❤the fruit & use the dense foliage for cover. Incorporate this versatile vegetation into your landscape: 📷 Ryan Gerald Fessenden
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Florida Wildflower Feb 28
Now, THIS is cool.👍 "Contribute meaningful scientific data by observing pollinators 🐝& recording your findings in the app." It helps you identify mystery , too! Click below to see a 1 minute video on how it works.
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Florida Wildflower Feb 27
📣Join the cause! March 2nd is a statewide effort to get rid of invasive plants🌿 in our parks. Find more sites across the state at:
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Florida Wildflower Feb 27
Who says don't grow on trees? Blooming now across FL is flatwoods plum(Prunus umbellata). This gorgeous specimen tree is covered in in spring & eat its fruit shortly after.
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Florida Wildflower Feb 26
Does your lawn care crew mow the in your yard when they shouldn't? Help them save our (and your sanity!) with our 9X12 inch aluminum sign. 🦋🐝🌼
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Florida Wildflower Feb 24
1,000 people move to FL a DAY! We must revive growth management “before rampant development irreparably spoils what makes our state special,”-Paul Hilde Owens, president of Owens outlines the plan at April12-13
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Florida Wildflower Feb 22
Join the cause! March 2nd is a statewide effort to get rid of invasive plants in our parks!
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Florida Wildflower Feb 22
!Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida): One of ’s most beautiful . appear to have 4 white petals with greenish-yellow centers. In fact, those “petals” are bracts & the centers are a cluster of tiny flowers. 📸:S.Matrazzo
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Florida Wildflower Feb 19
Plant this, not that!🌻Some plants common to home landscapes are actually invasive species, many of which are now widespread in Florida’s natural areas. 🦋🐝Here are some “alter-natives”!
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