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This month we will take a look at some of the wildflowers that can be seen along the Florida coast, particularly in the dunes and along the edge of the beach. One of these is the distinctive and apltly named railroad vine.
Railroad vine growing out onto the beach
Railroad vine is frequently the beach plant closest to the ocean and one of the very first to sprout after severe beach erosion.
One of the other showy wildflowers is the dune sunflower, which comes in east and west coast versions(subspecies).
East coast dune sunflower
Also called beach sunflower they have yellow petals surrounding a dark reddish-purple center disk.
To find out more about these and other beach wildflowers, including searocket and coastalplain goldenaster, read the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Beach Wildflowers blog post .
Note that clicking on any of the images in the newsletter above will take you to the Wild Florida Photo website page for that subject.
Paul Rebmann Nature Photography/Wild Florida Photo will be at the FNPS Pawpaw Chapter spring native plant sale Saturday, April 9.
This popular event allows people to purchase native plants for their landscaping needs at very low cost, including plants not otherwise available locally. I will have nature photo themed note cards, gift card sets, prints and other items for sale in the Wild Florida Photo tent during this event from 9am to 1pm at the Piggotte Center, 504 Big Tree Rd. in South Daytona.
For details on these and other events, visit the Wild Florida Photo events page.
My nature photography is now available printed on stickers. These vinyl stickers are available in four different sizes from two by two inches to six by six inches and are kiss-cut to create a 1/8" border around the perimeter of the design. Each sticker has an adhesive backing with plenty of stickiness to cling to any smooth surface while still being easy to remove.
Pes Caprae(railroad vine) Flower on a 2"x2" sticker
Rugels Pawpaw on a 3"x3" sticker
West Coast Dune Sunflower on a 4"x4" sticker
Scrub Jay Framed in Green on a 6"x6" sticker
Shop all of the stickers at paul-rebmann.pixels.com
Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Wild Florida Photo
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