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Spring and fall are the prime wildflower seasons for Florida’s major habitats – the pine flatwoods and the sandhills – with showy displays of both common and rare species, especially in the northern reaches of the state. Summer brings out bright colors in the sawgrass prairies of South Florida as well as orchids in the southern swamps and in the hammocks of Central Florida. Florida is well known for its abundance of blooms, and you’ll see them best along our hiking trails.
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