Common Name: Florida Greeneyes
Latin Name: Berlandiera subacaulis
Habit: A perennial, endemic, wildflower that grows to a height of about one foot.
Leaves: Chiefly in a basal rosette of elliptic to oblanceolate leaves with lobed margins. The sparse leaves on stems are alternate.
Flowers: Yellow flowers with green centers that appear all year.
Habitat: Pinelands, sandhills, dry open woods, and disturbed sites.
Landscape: It grows in full sun to part shade with average to dry soils.
Range: Florida greeneyes is only native to Florida.
Wildlife use: The lovely little yellow flowers are used as a nectar source by pollinators such as bees, butterflies, flies, and wasps.