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Bruce Turley introduces us to the new #native plants being cultivated by Florida's horticulture industry.
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Support butterflies and bees - create a Pollinator Pot!
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Flower Friday: Butterfly orchid
Butterfly orchid ( Encyclia tampensis )  Photo by Mary Keim Click on terms for botanical definitions.  Butterfly orchid is a slow-growing, epiphytic perennial occurring naturally in mesic hammocks, hardwood swamps and mangrove forests. It is most commonly f...
Flower Friday: Butterfly orchid
Flower Friday: Butterfly orchid
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Flower Friday: Sweetscent
Photo by Mary Keim Sweetscent ( Pluchea odorata )   Click on terms for botanical definitions.  Known by many names such as Camphorweed, Stinkweed,  Salt marsh fleabane, Sourbush and Cattle-tongue, Sweetscent is a short-lived perennial wildflower that occurs...
Flower Friday: Sweetscent
Flower Friday: Sweetscent
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Flower Friday: Giant ironweed
Photo by Mary Keim Giant ironweed ( Vernonia gigantea )  Click on terms for botanical definitions.  Giant ironweed is a robust, perennial wildflower found naturally in floodplains, wet to mesic pine flatwoods and ruderal areas, and along forest margins and ...
Flower Friday: Giant ironweed
Flower Friday: Giant ironweed
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Flower Friday: American bluehearts
Photo by Eleanor Dietrich American bluehearts ( Buchnera americana )  Click on terms for botanical definitions.  American bluehearts is a perennial wildflower found in pinelands, prairies and marshes, and along roadsides. It blooms year-round, with peak blo...
Flower Friday: American bluehearts
Flower Friday: American bluehearts
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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 bees,
wasps, butterflies, moths, beetles, flies, birds and bats. ...
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Florida Wildflower Foundation
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Flower Friday: Fringed meadowbeauty
Photo by Mary Keim Fringed meadowbeauty ( Rhexia petiolata )  Click on terms for botanical definitions.  Fringed meadowbeauty is an herbaceous perennial wildflower. Its showy pink blooms have four petals , five sepals and eight short stamens with yellow ant...
Flower Friday: Fringed meadowbeauty
Flower Friday: Fringed meadowbeauty
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