Grows in sandy soil in northwest, other parts of Florida and the southeast coastal plains and hardwood hammocks. It is common but not plentiful in Bay County, Fl (panhandle).
butterfly, pea, wildflower, southeast
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what a neat flower, I’ve never seen one like this… great capture!
Very delicate colourWould you like to add to Endangered or Vulnerable plants group
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