Wildflowers comprise a broad range of annual and perennial flowering plants in the Southeast. We focus on native wildflowers that are attractive to beneficial insects, birds and other wildlife.
The unique hydrologic regime found in wetlands and riparian areas impact which adapted species occupy these habitats.
Wetlands such as swamps, marshes, bogs, and fens are flooded with water for extended periods of time. Riparian habitats, the areas along rivers and streams, have unique topography and a periodic flooding regime.