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Leavenworth’s Tickseed

(Coreopsis leavenworthii)

Leavenworth’s Tickseed can be found growing in moist pinelands, ditches and swales. Yellow flowers appear in summer months in North Florida and year-round in South Florida.

goldenmane tickseed

(Coreopsis basalis)

Goldenmane Tickseed grows in sunny sites that have dry, sandy soil. This variety is an annual whose flowers are bright yellow in the spring.

Black-eyed Susan

(Rudbeckia hirta)

Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) Black-eyed Susan is a wildflower that likes sandhills, bogs and pine forests.

Black-eyed Susan is a wildflower that likes sandhills, bogs and pine forests. It is commonly known as the Black-eyed Susan because of its dark center.

that likes sandhills, bogs and pine forests. It is commonly known as the Black-eyed Susan because
that likes sandhills, bogs and pine forests. It is commonly known as the Black-eyed Susan because
that likes sandhills, bogs and pine forests. It is commonly known as the Black-eyed Susan because

Semaphore Pricklypear

(Opuntia spinosissima)

Semaphore Pricklypear was thought eliminated from Florida in 1979; however, a small patch has been found on a single Florida Key.

Pricklypear was thought eliminated from Florida in 1979; however, a small patch has been found on

Blanket Flower

(Gaillardia pulchella)

Blanket Flower is native to Florida and found throughout the state. It grows in sunny, well drained areas with yellow and red blooms from May to October.

Drumheads or Milkwort

(Polygala cruciata)

Drumheads or Milkwort are found in flatwoods, bogs and roadside ditches throughout most of Florida. It blooms from late spring to fall.

Milkwort are found in flatwoods, bogs and roadside ditches throughout most of Florida. It blooms from

Blue-eyed Grass

(Sisyrinchium angustifolium)

The Blue-eyed Grass is a cousin of the Iris. It grows in moist soil and like it’s name tells us, it has blue blooms in the spring.

Pine Lily

(Lilium catesbaei)

Pine Lily is a short herb of wet pinelands and roadsides. It grows from a small bulb, with grass-like leaves and a single flower atop the 1 to 2 foot stem.

Buffalo Clover

(Trifolium reflexum)

Buffalo Clover flowers from May through July with purple-red flowers.

Coral Bean

(Erythrina flabelliformis)

Coral Bean is found in coastal areas of southern Florida and grows inland in parts of the state farther north. Hummingbirds visit the flowers for nectar.

Annual Phlox

(Phlox drummondii)

Annual Phlox blooms from March through June. The blooms come in a variety of colors including white, pink, purple and red.

Annual Phlox blooms from March through June. The blooms come in a variety of colors including
Annual Phlox blooms from March through June. The blooms come in a variety of colors including

Celestial Lily

(Nemastylis floridana)

Celestial Lily is an endangered plant which grows only in pine flatwoods in eastern peninsular Florida. It blooms in the fall, and its flowers do not open until late afternoon.

Florida Anisetree

(Illicium floridanum)

Florida Anisetree is a small shrub found in creek swamps and bluffs of the Panhandle. It blooms during March and April.