I see this plant most often when over on the gulf coast of Florida. It likes the brackish marshes and wetland areas.
The slender branches of this plant are tipped with lavender flowers. They like sunny well drained sites.
A field of these lavender pink flowers were blooming at a park near Tavares, Fl. This plant really likes the dry sandy areas, and was growing well here in the sandy scrub.
Pretty blue flowers can be found growing in sunny fields and pastures throughout Florida.
This tiny native wildflower is host to the Common Buckeye butterfly. It is usually less than a 8″ tall (the similar wild petunia can get much taller)
This is a non-native plant and listed as very invasive. It grows wild in my yard & I pull up a few, but am not too concerned about the ones I miss. I’ve noticed that the hummingbirds really like the flowers, so they do have a redeeming factor!