Date Posted: Jun 09, 2016
Pale meadowbeauty is a unique and lovely wildflower found nearly throughout Florida in wet flatwoods, open savannas, marshes, bogs and wet roadsides. It flowers spring through fall and attracts many bees and butterflies.
It is easy to identify with its protruding stamens, curving yellow anthers, and urn-shaped hypanthium. Look for these characteristics and be confident you've got a meadowbeauty.
Learn more about this beauty of the meadow on our blog.
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