Get the plate that works for wildflowers and wildlife.
Ordering your State Wildflower Plate is now even easier!
If your registration is up for renewal, you would like to personalize your plate, you have 13 or more months left on your renewal or you need additional assistance, complete this simple form to receive a call from the Indian River County Tax Collector’s office to facilitate your plate purchase no matter where you live in the state.
If your registration is not currently up for renewal and the above does not apply to you, you can purchase your plate online now in one simple step! Just click the button below to purchase your plate through the Indian River County Tax Collector’s Office — no matter where you live in the state!
You can also purchase a plate by visiting your county tax collector’s office.
To ensure you receive the state wildflower plate, only purchase your plate in one of these three ways. We do not recommend purchasing the license plate through a third party source instead of a Florida county tax collector’s office.
Read on to learn how your purchase of the State Wildflower license plate supports wildflowers, wildlife and wild places.
Help protect and preserve native, natural Florida — get your State Wildflower license plate today!
Every day, the State Wildflower plate touches thousands of residents and visitors through environmental education on social media and the Florida Wildflower Foundation website. It funds university students performing valuable research, makes possible grants for public places, and much, much more.
When you purchase and renew the State Wildflower plate, an annual $15 specialty plate fee is collected and given to the Florida Wildflower Foundation to fund work for wildflowers and wildlife throughout the state. To view the total cost of switching to the State Wildflower plate, click “What does the State Wildflower plate cost?” in the FAQ below.
The State Wildflower license plate has raised more than $4.2 million. The plate provides the only consistent source of funding for Florida’s native plants and wildflowers. Just look at a few of the things it’s made possible: