Variableleaf Sunflowers

Visit ARWEA just about any time of year to see spectacular wildflowers. Site biologists use prescribed fire, roller chopping, mowing and other land management techniques to maintain open conditions that allow this wildflower diversity hotspot to flourish.

Spring External Website

Savanna Iris Spring

 Summer External Website

Daisy Fleabane Eleanor Dietrich Summer

Fall External Website

Fall Flower

Photos by Eleanor Dietrich

Florida Panhandle
Wildflower Alliance External Website

 

 

Take a self-guided wildflower tour along ARWEA’s Adobe PDF Tank Island Road. From 65 turn west on Sand Beach Road and follow the loop around Tank Island.ARWEA Wildflower Map

ARWEA’s wildflowers are beautiful and important to wildlife. Enjoy the wildflowers but leave them for the next person. Please remember, it is unlawful to cut, damage or remove plants from the WEA. 

This site was developed in cooperation with the Florida Wildflower Foundation External Website



FWC Facts:
The number of Florida residents who participate in wildlife viewing around their homes (3.3 million) would rank them as the 22nd largest state in the nation.

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