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Native Wildflowers Zone Maps

Plants evolve over time in response to climate and interactions with other species. Indigenous or native wildflowers possess specific traits that help them uniquely adapt to local conditions. Plants introduced from other parts of the world are referred to as 'naturalized'. Both grow on their own in nature without cultivation.

Wildflowers in Your Area - Zone Maps & Guide Sources

The Domino Effect

Today half of the world's population of honeybees have disappeared. Not only are the honeybees vanishing, but the entire interdependent chain that links animal to plant life is being disrupted. As honeybees disappear, so do many naturally grown fruits and vegetables. A sad day indeed for humans. But aside from the food they pollinate, they are also integral to the reproduction of many plants and flowers that benefit other species.

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