The Scrub Blazing Star, also known as Florida Gayfeather (Liatris ohlingerae), is an eye-catching perennial that adds a burst of color to Florida’s diverse landscapes.
An endangered species is a species that is very likely to become extinct in the near future, either worldwide or in a particular political jurisdiction.
The Sweet-Scented Pigeonwings is not just a beautiful addition to Florida’s Lake Wales Ridge; it’s a cornerstone species that contributes significantly to the ecological fabric of the region.
The Purple Coneflower, scientifically known as Echinacea purpurea, is a captivating native perennial that adds a splash of color to any garden while also serving as a critical plant for Florida ecology
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 […]
Embracing the Florida Milkvine and other native plants is a step towards a more sustainable, biodiverse, and beautiful Florida.
The Gopher Tortoise is more than just another reptile in the US Gulf States; it’s a symbol of the intricate web of life that exists in these regions. Protecting the tortoise is not just about saving one species; it’s about preserving an entire ecosystem that relies on this remarkable creature.
The natural world is in peril. Monarchs, known for their striking orange and black markings, are on the verge of extinction.
Remember, the number of Monarch butterflies remaining is not as many as there would be if you would “Plant More Milkweed.”