Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Florida Flatwoods Flowers...a little beauty to soften Katrina's devastation
Late summer, and the slightly less warm period some of you call "Fall", is a time of beautiful wildflowers in Florida. A lot of the prettier species seem to appreciate moist ground so a road passing near a swamp is often brilliantly painted by swamp sunflowers, blazing star, tickseed, etc.
I have planted store bought blazing star seeds in good garden soil at home and never had any grow as heavy and vigorous as the wild ones I see driving to work.
Posted by R.Powers at 4:55 PM