IDENTIFICATION & HABITATS
Broward Species Field List (PDF)
Broward species listed as "Native" in the Institute for Regional Conservation database.
1940 Aerial Map: Coastal Broward
Toggle for Protected Lands remaining today.
1940 Aerial Map: Secret Woods park
Toggle to compare to the Secret Woods today.
Plant Communities (defined)
Broward Plant Communities (overlays)
Native Plants for Broward County Landscaping, FNPS (lots of discriptions)
Cultivated Plants by Plant Community
Florida Association of Native Nurseries
Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants
University of Florida IFAS
Carnivous Plant Photos
International Carnivorous Plant Society
Florida Native Plants Class (online lessons about plant communities & their native species by George Rogers and John Bradford)
Broward Conservation Areas
Areas as Listed in the IRC Database
Broward Greenways Plan (PDF)
12 Everglades Invasive Plants (plus some animals)
PROPAGATION & LANDSCAPING
FNPS Southeast Native Landscape Plant List (63 recommendations).
Plant Real Florida (Florida Association of Native Nurseries)
Butterfly Garden Plants (especially for teachers and students)
Species Specific Cultivation Info (Hawthorn Hill Wildflowers Blog)
Use Search in this blog to find a particular species. Worth digging for as it is some best growing information we have found.
Landscape Plants for South Florida (George K. Rogers)
Fern Propagation by Mike Freedman & Jennifer Possley
BOTANY & THE BIG PICTURE
We think you'll enjoy this video with Darrel Morrison, landscape architect ...
Florida's Water and Land Legacy (a conservation amendment for the 2014 ballot)
Watch Plants Grow (not Florida natives, but interesting concepts & time lapse; advance using the Next> button)
E. O. Wilson has published a new textbook, Life on Earth, a truly wonderful multimedia experience about ecology and fascinating understandings about living things. Some chapters are about earth's plants. Most remarkable, the series (eventually 41 chapters, with the first 7 currently released) is free. Thank you to the E. O. Wilson Foundation and others. You can download each chapter from iTunes, but be patient. All those beautiful photos and videos within the book make the files very large.