Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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A common little wildflower of sandhills, scrub and flatwoods throughout much of the Florida peninsula, plus Taylor and Bay Counties. The range includes Georgia and South Carolina.
Of the Galactia species in Florida, this is the only one with white flowers and more than three leaflets. Elliott's milkpea is a vine, both sprawling and erect with hairy stems and the lower portions woody. The small white flowers are pea-shaped. The fruit is a linear hairy pod.
Other species of the Galactia genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Galactia regularis - DOWNY MILKPEA
View Galactia volubilis - EASTERN MILKPEA
View Galactia purshii - PURSH'S MILKPEA
View Galactia mollis - SOFT MILKPEA
Date record last modified:
Feb 20, 2018