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Southern Grove Wildflowers

Zones 7-10

The South is rich in native flora, with a diverse range of flowers that thrive in the region's climate and soil conditions. Here are Gurney's, we pride ourselves on high-performing collections of native flowers commonly found in the South. What wildflowers grow in the Southern U.S.? An assortment of native flowers thrive in Zones 7 through 10. Black-eyed Susan offer cheerful, yellow daisy-like flowers with dark centers, and attract butterflies and bees. Coreopsis varieties, such as Lanceleaf Coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata) and Tickseed (Coreopsis grandiflora), are native to the South and feature bright, yellow or golden blooms. Coneflower and liatris are other showy wildflowers, and both attract butterflies and hummingbirds. These are just a few examples, as the South boasts an abundance of native wildflowers that contribute to the region's biodiversity and beauty. Incorporating native flowers into gardens and landscapes can help support local ecosystems and provide habitat for native pollinators and wildlife.

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