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Delaware Native Plant Society __ "We are a volunteer-based, publicly supported, non-profit organization dedicated to the use, propagation, promotion, and conservation of native plants and their natural habitats through education, science, advocacy, and land stewardship."  Their work includes all kinds of native Delaware plants, including wildflowers. - From delawarenativeplants.org - http://www.delawarenativeplants.org/

Delaware Wildflowers __ "Pictures of Delaware wildflowers, organized by color, common name, and scientific name." - illustrated - From delawarewildflowers.org - http://www.delawarewildflowers.org/

Indigenous Flowers in Delaware  __ The peach blossom.  - illustrated - From .webreleaf.com - http://www.webreleaf.com/delaware.htm

Smooth Solomon's Seal __ Learn about the Delaware State wildflower. - illustrated - From butler.edu - http://www.butler.edu/herbarium/wildflowers/flowerpages/smooth%20solomons%20seal.html

Wildflowers Native to Delaware __ "The species listed below are known to be indigenous to Delaware from our selection of North American wildflowers & native grasses...For more information on a specific plant or to order, click on the name of the plant."  A commercial site with some good info. - illustrated - From wildflowerfarm.com - http://www.wildflowerfarm.com/index.php?p=page&page_id=DE

 

 

 

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