I just got my copy of "Wildflowers of Florida and the Southeast" and it is super great! Written by David Hall and William Weber this book is very comprehensive and is organized by flower color. I appreciate this because when I am out in the field and stumble upon a new flower with lots of bees I need a good reference to be able to learn what it is. Some books are organized by habitat type, and while this is helpful, it isn't always easy to find what you are looking for when some flowers are found in more than one habitat. This book is sure to help me and others learn more about Florida's wildflowers.
Buy it here:http://www.amazon.com/Wildflowers-Florida-Southeast-David-Hall/dp/0615395023
Also, a Pollinator Day is in the works for June 23rd at the GTM Research Reserve, stay tuned for more details!!!