To say that Florida is prone to flood is an understatement, at best. Between 1851 and 2012, every county in our state endured between 65 and 141 tropical storms and hurricanes. Many counties average one named storm every… Read More
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In the fall, in southwest Florida, flat-topped goldenrod is often seen but rarely explored. Stephen Brown will get you close to this wildflower and show you what it’s about.
Two beautiful crinum lilies are vying for space in the same swampy location. Crinum americanum and Crinum asiaticum are two of Florida’s favorite plants.
Gaillardia or Blanket-Flower is a Florida native that boasts many colorful flowers.