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Florida Wildflower
Working to preserve and conserve Florida's native wildflowers and grasses through education, research and planting projects.
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! Spurred butterfly-pea: trailing/climbing vine occurs naturally in pine flatwoods, sandhills, coastal strands & interdunal swales. Pollinated by & larval host for Northern cloudywing & Long-tailed skipper . Photo:Dee Century
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Florida Wildflower Jul 17
Today is ! What's it to us? It's a great way to support the Florida Wildflower Foundation! Just make sure you purchase through for a portion of the sales to go to Florida's
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Florida Wildflower Jul 16
Your shopping makes a difference! Amazon donates to the Florida Wildflower Foundation when you shop Prime Day deals this Tuesday, July 17, at AmazonSmile. Click to find out how easy it is!
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Florida Wildflower Jul 13
! Lanceleaf (Asclepias lanceolata): delicate perennial , typically blooms late spring-fall. Larval host plant for & Queen , its nectar sustains a variety of . Photo: Eleanor Dietrich
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Florida Wildflower Jul 11
This features Scarlet hibiscus, blooming now in wet areas around the state. Find out which others to look for here:
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Florida Wildflower Jul 6
!Soft greeneyes (Berlandiera pumila): perennial w/a secret: As its green disk florets open, they turn maroon & emit a subtle chocolate scent! Blooms spring & summer in sandhills/pinelands in the Panhandle & N. FL. Photo:E. Dietrich
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Florida Wildflower Jul 5
Here's where to find 's sizzling blooms.
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Florida Wildflower Jul 4
What could be more patriotic than planting ? Truly made in , you can't beat them for supporting Florida's native . See 20 Easy-to-Grow Wildflowers here: Red swamp hibiscus White aquatic milkweed Blue skyflower
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Florida Wildflower Jun 29
! Bartram's rosegentian (Sabatia decandra) is sure to be this summer's star ! Dazzling blooms found in wet pinelands, freshwater marshes, pond margins & wet ditches of Photo:Craig Mazer
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Florida Wildflower Jun 27
We hope this brings you a little joy and a little closer to nature. Learn more about this amazing on our blog here:
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Florida Wildflower Jun 26
Tune in for a special Facebook LIVE event at 10 and 11 a.m. this morning at Bok Tower Gardens to talk to Director of Horticulture Greg Kramer about plants featured in our new 20 Easy-to-Grow Wildflowers guide & how to use/care for them in landscapes.
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Florida Wildflower Jun 26
Join us this morning at 10 and 11 a.m. for a Facebook Live event at beautiful Gardens talking to Director of Horticulture Greg Kramer about many of the plants featured in our new 20 Easy-to-Grow Wildflowers guide & how to use them in landscapes.
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Florida Wildflower Jun 25
You're invited to join us Tuesday for a Facebook Live event at beautiful Gardens with Director of Horticulture Greg Kramer about the new 20 Easy-to-Grow Wildflowers guide & how to use/care for them in landscapes. Download: Join us at 10 & 11 a.m.
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Florida Wildflower Jun 24
Tune in & watch us LIVE at as we view some of our "20 Easy-to-Grow Wildflowers" for your landscape or containers! 10 and 11 a.m. Eastern Time. Get a sneak peek at the we'll see up close via our downloadable magazine here:
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Florida Wildflower Jun 24
:Tell us what you've done to help , & other . Planted native ? Installed a bee house?Created a Pollinator Pot? Post a photo now of how you’re supporting pollinators!
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Florida Wildflower Jun 23
Have you hugged a during National Week? Don’t worry, native bees usually don’t sting! Learn more about our native bees in our Pollinator Profiles -
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Florida Wildflower Jun 22
Bruce Turley introduces us to the new plants being cultivated by Florida's horticulture industry.
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Florida Wildflower Jun 22
Support butterflies and bees - create a Pollinator Pot!
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Florida Wildflower Jun 22
!Carolina horsenettle (Solanum carolinense):summer-blooming found along roadsides and in disturbed sites. Pollinated primarily by bumble bees, but many insects visit its flowers. Photo:Stacey Matrazzo
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Florida Wildflower Jun 21
We all want to help , but which is best?Download our guide to Monarchs and . You’ll learn where to purchase milkweed, as well as how non-native Tropical milkweed is posing problems for the beleaguered .
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