About this App

The Panhandle Wildflower Viewing Mobile Application was designed for information retrieval via mobile devices. Content features the Eastern Panhandle wildflower viewing route, and sites along the Big Bend Scenic Byway, in state and national parks, and near towns and communities in Liberty, Gadsden, Wakulla, Franklin, and Leon counties.

A print version of the companion pamphlet, Native Wildflowers in Florida’s Eastern Panhandle, is available in official Florida Welcome Centers and at area retail stores, chambers of commerce, etc. You can also request a copy via the Florida Wildflower Foundation website.

The application was developed by the Florida Wildflower Foundation with financial support from  VISIT FLORIDA. Read about our other partners below.


Logo for the Florida Wildflower Foundation

The Florida Wildflower Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to enrich lives with Florida’s native wildflowers. With donations made with the sale of each State Wildflower license plate, the Foundation funds research, education and planting projects statewide.

Since 2000, more than $3 million in tag donations have supported projects that build awareness and knowledge of native wildflowers and plants and their roles in Florida’s ecosystems.

Visit our website to learn more.

Florida State Wildflower License Plate
Funds from the Florida State Wildflower license plate support native Florida wildflower research, education and planting. Get the plate to help Florida bloom.

This application was made possible through funding provided by VISIT FLORIDA and the State Wildflower license plate, with support from the Florida Wildflower Foundation and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

Support also was provided by Florida Department of Transportation; Florida Scenic Highways Program; Florida Panhandle Wildflower Alliance, Apalachicola National Forest; Leon County; Visit Tallahassee (Leon County); Wakulla County Chamber of Commerce; Wakulla County Tourism Development Council; Gadsden County Tourism Development Council; Big Bend Scenic Byway; Magnolia Chapter, Florida Native Plant Society (Leon, Liberty counties); and Sarracenia Chapter, Florida Native Plant Society (Wakulla County).

Florida Wildflower Foundation, 225 S. Swoope Ave., Suite 110, Maitland, FL 32751; 407-622-1606; info@flawildflowers.org

This application and its contents are governed by the Terms of Use and Privacy Statement articulated on the Florida Wildflower Foundation’s website.