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Jeff Norcini demonstrates how to start a wildflower planting from seed

Learn to establish a wildflower garden from seed

Fall is planting time if you want to establish a wildflower garden from seed. Get ready by joining us at 2 p.m. Tuesday, July 13, for a free webinar on establishing your own native wildflower garden. Dr. Jeff Norcini, our Research and Planting consultant, will go over key points you’ll need to know to tip the scales of success in your favor.

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Steven Miller

Member profile: Steven Miller

Get to know new Florida Wildflower Foundation member Steven Miller. Steven, founder of a wedding photography company based in Central Florida, incorporates native plants into his business! When he is not taking pictures of people professionally, he is usually snapping pictures of the natural world or filling up his yard with wildflowers.

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Fiery skipper by Mary Keim

Happy National Pollinator Week!

This week, we salute the little things — the pollinators that do our major lifting. Why care about pollinators? Because 80 percent of our food crops depend on them, as does the health of our natural areas, which we depend on for things such as oxygen (sort of vital, right?).

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Shade

Need help in your dry or shaded landscape?

Wondering what native wildflowers and plants grow in the shade or in a dry landscape? Check out these two new publications for guidance. You’ll learn how to plan for success and see palettes of species that thrive in shade and dry conditions.

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