Experiencing the wild
The Foundation provides educational opportunities through field trips throughout the year.
Enthusiasts visit wildflowers in their natural habitat. Sign up for news and reserve your spot.
Feeding the bees that feed us
Every third bite of food we eat depends on the pollinators supported by wildflowers.
The Foundation funds research that will ensure our pollinators thrive, now and in the future. Learn more.
Wildflowers at home
Using Florida's native wildflowers in home landscapes adds a sense of place and reduces maintenance and expense.
The Foundation's "Wildflowers, Naturally!" program recognizes home gardeners for reaping the benefits of going native.
The Florida Wildflower Foundation nurtures the awareness, understanding and enjoyment of Florida native wildflowers through conservation, preservation and education.
Want more to draw more flitting hummingbirds and vibrant songbirds to your landscape? It's simple. Just add wildflowers to provide nectar, seeds and insects and the birds will come.
Dr. Walter K. Taylor, University of Central Florida professor emeritus of biology, has received the Florida Wildflower Foundation’s T. Elizabeth Pate Coreopsis Award for his lifetime of contributions to La Florida, “land of flowers.”
The Florida Wildflower Foundation is the worldwide ambassador of Florida’s native wildflowers.
Help feed the bees that feed us
Our bees are in trouble, and they need your help. You can plant and preserve wildflowers for bees by purchasing the State Wildflower license plate!
Each time the State Wildflower plate is purchased or renewed, the Florida Wildflower Foundation receives $15 to support native wildflower planting, education and research projects statewide. We depend on the tag to fund the majority of what we do for native, natural Florida. Make your switch now – purchase the tag.
The more you know about wildflowers, the more you’ll appreciate how they enrich our lives.
Young Floridians are learning about our state’s environment and creatures through classroom activities that introduce them to wildflowers and their places in healthy ecosystems.
What’s in bloom
See how Florida’s fabulous wildflowers change seasonably across the state. You’ll find just what you need to be a wildflower tourist, whether you’re on the road or a virtual explorer.
Want more wildflowers in your county? Learn about wildflower conservation programs and how they apply to your community. Be a wildflower champion!