Our publications, events and projects give people the tools and knowledge they need to build and enjoy urban and roadside native wildflower corridors.
Download or view handouts and brochures that will guide you in building your habitat. Click here to order copies for an event or meeting.
20 Easy-to-Grow Wildflowers
Create a Pollinator Pot
Monarchs and Milkweed
Plant selection guide
Starting from seed
WEBINAR — Invasive Species: Pathways, Process, Impacts and Prevention
WEBINAR — The Answer My Friend…Wind Pollination: How and Why?
WEBINAR — I Eat Flowers (and Other Things)
Webinar: Florida’s Native Bees in Winter
Webinar: Butterflies of Florida
Webinar: A Beginner’s Guide to Creating Habitat in Your Home Landscape
Webinar: Florida’s Carnivorous Plants
Webinar: Moths – Amazing Insects
Webinar: Before They Were Native — A Brief History of Florida’s Flora
Webinar: Create a Pollinator Pot
Webinar: Florida’s Native Bees – Biology, Identification and Conservation
Webinar: Underutilized Native Wildflowers with Ornamental Potential
Webinar: Aquatic and Wetland Butterfly Gardening
Webinar: Invasive Alternatives
Webinar: Florida Plant Conservation Program, Jan 26
Field trip: 2022 Christmas tree cutting
Field trip: Lyonia Preserve
The Florida Wildflower Foundations’ Wild About Wildflowers! activity guide encourages students to learn about native wildflowers and their place in the environment through fun, engaging activities.
This rich, versatile resource will help students achieve a variety of Florida educational standards in math, science and language. When presented from start to finish, the guide gives students a comprehensive introduction to wildflowers, as well as to flowers in general.
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The Florida Wildflower Foundation provides speakers on a variety of topics related to Florida’s native wildflowers, pollinators and sustainable landscaping practices.
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