Goatsfoot passionflower vine
Endangered Goatsfoot passionflower vine (Passiflora sexflora) with three butterflies that use it as a host. Watercolor on paper, 28 x 23 inches, 2011.

Original artwork courtesy of Kathleen Konicek-Moran, NPS volunteer


Although Everglades National Park is home to hundreds of species of wildflowers and there is always something in bloom no matter the season, finding the flowers can make you feel like you're on a scavenger hunt. Scattered across niches within the vast landscape, the wildflowers range from small and nondescript, to fragrant and colorful, and even to poisonous. Below is a sampling of some of the interesting and beautiful flowers you can discover in the park. To learn more about flower identification, stop by a park visitor center or check with the Everglades Association for guidebooks.

Please remember that collection of all plants and wildlife
in national parks is strictly prohibited.


About the Illustrations

The vibrant, detailed botanical illustrations on this page and others are by NPS volunteer and artist Kathleen Konicek-Moran. Kathleen has graciously allowed Everglades National Park to use her original works to help convey the vital connections inherent within the Everglades ecosystem. Learn more about Kathleen Konicek-Moran and what inspires her bountiful flow of creativity.

Last updated: March 12, 2021

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