Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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A frequent perennial wildflower of pine flatwoods, sandhlls, hammocks and disturbed sites throughout much of Florida. Also ranging into Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.
Flowers are yellow with five thin, veiny petals that are easily detached. Stems typically up to 51 cm (20 in.) long with alternate, mostly toothed pubescent leaves. Leaf shape is highly variable.
Date record last modified:
Jun 26, 2010