Beggar Ticks


 Baybean


 Alligator Lily


 Balsam Pear



 Blue-eyed Grass,Narrowleaf


 Bretonica Peluda


 Arrasa Con Todo


  Beach Sunflower


 Blue Flag Iris


 Caesar Weed


  Arrowhead, Grassy


  Bitterweed


  Blue Hearts


  Indigo, Hairy


  Arrowhead, Lanceleaf


 Blackeyed Susan


  Climbing Aster


 Ironweed, Florida


  Baccharis, Eastern


 Burmarigold


 Loosestrife, Winged


 Marsh Pink


  Beeblossom, Southern


 Camphorweed

  Mistflower, Blue


 Meadowbeauty, Fringed


  Blackroot


 Fourpetal St. John’s-wort



 Pickerelweed


  Meadowbeauty, Pale


 Buttonweed, Shrubby False


 Fringed Yellow Stargrass


  Purple Thistle


  Rose Myrtle


Clover, Mexican


 Goldentop, Slender


  Railroad Vine


  Rosy Camphorweed


 Clover, White Sweet


 Hairypod Cowpea


 Water Hyacinth


  Rose Rush

 Clustered Bushmint


 Honeycombhead


 Waterwillow, Pineland


  Salt Marsh Mallow


  Elephant’s Foot, Tall


 Horned Bladderwort


  Wild Petunia


  Showy Milkwort


 Fleabane, Oakleaf


 Mexican Prickly Poppy




 Thistle, Nuttall’s



  Milkpea, Elliott’s


 Oxeye, Creeping




  Tasselflower, Florida


 Mock Bishop’s Weed


  Partridge Pea






 Pawpaw, Beautiful


 Peelbark St. Johns Wort






 Pineland Heliotrope


 Prickly Pear






 Spanish Bayonet


 Primrose Willow






 Spanish Needles

 Rabbitbells




  Blanket Flower


 Starrush Whitetop

 Sneezeweed, Southeastern




 Cardinal Airplant


  Swamp Lily


 Spatterdock




 Lantana


 Tarflower


 Pitted Stripeseed




 Orange Milkwort


 Tread Softly

 Sunflower, Narrowleaf




 Painted Leaf

 Turkey Tangle Fogfruit



   Tickseed








 Wireweed, Common







  Yelloweyed Grass,   Elliott’s

















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Wild Flowers

Florida has nearly 4,000 species of flowering plants in more than 190 families.  The term "wildflower" has many connotations: one person's wildflower is another person's weed, a plant growing where it is not wanted. Following are some images of the more common wildflowers found in Florida.  I have placed the images in five color groups based on the most prominent color of the flower.


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Pink Flowers

Blue and Purple Flowers

White Flowers


Yellow Flowers


Red and Orange Flowers