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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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Florida Wildflower Dec 15
Wonderful!
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Florida Wildflower Dec 15
Fantastic work!
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Florida DEP News Dec 7
Give gifts that require little or no packaging! Florida State Park annual passes make ideal gifts for those who enjoy beaches, bays, rivers and other natural Florida landscapes -
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Florida Wildflower Dec 14
Put out the welcome mat for wildlife - it's easy!
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Florida Wildflower Dec 13
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Florida Wildflower Dec 8
! St. Andrew's cross (Hypericum hypericoides) Bees & butterflies love its yellow flowers while its foliage provides cover for birds & other small wildlife. Wondering where it got its name of St. Andrew's cross? Find out here! Photo:Mary Keim
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Florida Wildflower Dec 1
! Shortleaf rose gentian (Sabatia brevifolia) is a herbaceous annual found blooming at Heartwood Preserve on our recent field trip. Learn more about this dainty dazzler on our website: Photo by Craig Mazer
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Florida Wildflower Nov 29
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Florida Wildflower Nov 28
is almost over. We are so thankful to all who boosted our work for , today! If you haven’t yet made a gift, please make yours as soon as possible to take advantage of our dollar-for-dollar match!
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Florida Wildflower Nov 28
15 of 16 Panhandle counties have pledged to conserve roadside and are establishing Wildflower Areas with our guidance! Help grow this program statewide by making a gift. Your impact can be doubled by a dollar-for-dollar match.
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Florida Wildflower Nov 28
! Each dollar you donate will be matched with a dollar from our executive director’s own pocket, up to $500. That means $5 becomes $10 and $25 becomes $50! Make Lisa ante up while saving Florida’s wildflowers, wildlife & wild places
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Florida Wildflower Nov 27
It’s tomorrow, & our executive director has pledged to match donations, up to $500. That means $1 turns into $2! Give to wildflowers, wildlife and wild places – support the Florida Wildflower Foundation!
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Florida Wildflower Nov 25
A phenomenal venture to help across our state!
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Florida Wildflower Nov 25
Swamp sunflower/narrowleaf sunflower (Helianthus angustifolius) is one of Florida's most common sunflowers. Attract bees, butterflies, & birds. Photo of green sweat bee (and partially hidden spider!) on narrowleaf sunflower by Eleanor Dietrich
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Florida Wildflower Nov 22
Head's up, Twitterdom, is coming. Please give for wildflowers and wildlife. Let's feed our bees!
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Florida Wildflower Nov 22
New! Purchase a State Wildflower license plate over the phone! Fill out a contact form & the tax collector's office does the rest. Do it for Florida's wildflowers, wildlife & wild places.
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Florida Wildflower Nov 17
! Titusville balm (Dicerandra thinicola): a state-listed endangered endemic to Brevard County where it is restricted to an approximately 30-mile range. Photo by Vince Lamb
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Florida Wildflower Nov 15
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Florida Wildflower Nov 10
! Azure blue sage (Salvia azurea) attracts , and even . Photo: Eleanor Dietrich
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FANN Nov 8
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