Here's a post for the golf fans who watched The Masters, and lovers of wildflowers in general.
Every spring, Florida's flatwoods and mesic uplands are ablaze with blooms of our wild azaleas. These beauties are transplants from a stream restoration project a few years back (they were to be dug up to widen the floodplain and create additional meanders in a deeply incised stream channel).
So, next spring, locate some acidic soil using the NRCS web soil survey, make your way to the woods, and enjoy the sights. While you're there, keep an eye out for some flowering wild blueberries. If you find a patch, make a return visit in early summer for a taste treat.
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What I like about this season is the abundance of rare flowers and everyone knows I am a flower person. I like walking in the fields just to visit the places where flowers bloom. I love driving by the mountain side and see colors I don't always see on another time of the year. It's as if I have an engagement with these flowers and we agreed to meet at this time of the day. I don't need a guy to give me flowers. I feel it's me who should bring myself to where I can find the most beautiful ones. I love flowers, you see.
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