Flowers are found throughout South Florida and are very frequently encountered when looking for wildlife. Flowers host many insects for a variety of reasons. Most are attracted to the nectar, which is a sweet sugary substance extruded by the plant. The insects will often have to reach the nectar in such a way as to brush up against a flower and attracting pollen. Pollen is transfered to other flowers and this natural pollination is crucial to our ability to raise crops.

Canonball Flower