Hairy Balls are more than just a conversation starter; they’re a butterfly haven and a testament to the weird and wonderful world of flora. Whether you’re in the southern U.S., northern Mexico, or Australia, this plant offers something for everyone—both in laughs and ecological benefits.
Hard or dormant seeds are seeds that do not readily germinate under optimal conditions that would otherwise be favorable for the germination of non-dormant seeds of the same species. This dormancy acts as a survival mechanism for the plant, ensuring that the seeds don’t all germinate at once, especially under […]
n North America, Oaks (genus Quercus) stand tall not just in stature, but also in their unparalleled role as larval host plants.
Florida’s native palms play a crucial role in the state’s ecological balance, especially as larval hosts for several butterfly and moth species.
Growing Asclepias incarnata in containers or raised beds offers a flexible solution for gardeners with limited space or those wanting to control soil quality. Here’s a guide to successfully cultivating Swamp Milkweed in such settings.
Embracing the Florida Milkvine and other native plants is a step towards a more sustainable, biodiverse, and beautiful Florida.
Mexico is divided into 32 federal entities: 31 states and 1 federal district (Mexico City). The country can be divided into several regions.
Canada is divided into 10 provinces and 3 territories, which can be grouped into regions.