If you’re wondering what native wildflowers and plants to use in shade or in a dry landscape, we have two new handouts that can help.
Using Great Wildflowers for Shade, you can evaluate your landscape’s light conditions and choose diverse species (see Side 2) that will thrive and give your landscape a “real Florida” feel.
The newly revamped Great Wildflowers for Dry Landscapes handout helps you plan for success when dealing with dry, sandy soil. You’ll learn general tips on care, planting and plant selection. For a list of species that thrive in dry landscapes, see (you guessed it) Side 2.
The Foundation has developed a variety of other informational handouts and pamphlets that can be downloaded or ordered for events and meetings. From wildflowers for birds, bees and butterflies and the 20 Easy to Grow Wildflowers magazine, you’ll find the information you need at www.FlaWildflowers.org/learn.