Wildflowers are everywhere on the Museum’s grounds. Peak seasons are Fall and Spring. Plan a study visit with your wildflower books or just enjoy the view of a field ablaze in color.
Goldenrod - including blue stemmed,
sweet, and rough stemmed
Photograph by John Moran, courtesy of the
Florida Wildflower Foundation
Many varieties of these abundant wildflowers grow on the Museum property in fields, roadsides and along the borders of woods.
Flowers: July through October
Hooded Pitcher Plant
Photograph by Lisa Roberts, inset photograph by
the Florida Agricultural Museum
These distinctive flowers are carnivorous and grow well in low pinelands.
Flowers: Early Spring
Photograph by John Moran, courtesy of the Florida
Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services
This native plant is found in moist savannas throughout Florida.
Flowers: Summer and Fall
Dense Blazing Star
Photograph by John Moran, courtesy of
the Florida Wildflower Foundation
This tall flowering stalk grows in
Flowers: July through September
The Catesby's Lily and Hooded Pitcher Plants are rare and considered threatened.
Florida native wildflowers: http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ep061