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Due to the nature of the topic and the wide range of information available, in order to cover only a tiny bit of it properly, some of the websites included here may have a commercial element in addition to the excellent information they provide.  Such inclusion does not constitute an endorsement of product or service by  Sites are included for information value only.



Annie Sturgis Sanctuary in Vassalboro, Maine __ "This small wildflower sanctuary offers visitors two short nature trails that cross tiny brooks and wind through an attractive conifer and hardwood forest." - illustrated - From -

Maine wildflowers __ An article about wildflowers found in Acadia National park and region.  No photos. - From -

Native Plants: A Maine Source List __ Looking for Maine wildflowers or other native plants?  You will find several resources, including nurseries, where you might find them. - From -

native watermilfoils description __ "Maine is home to six native water-milfoil species."  Not truly a "wildflower" but still a native waterplant. - illustrated - From -  

Roadside Treasures __ Annotated gallery of photos of Maine wildflowers. - illustrated - From -


Wildflowers in a field in Norway, Maine __ Photo of Maine wildflower. - illustrated - From adamantine/ -

Wildflowers Native to Maine __ "The species listed below are known to be indigenous to Maine 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 -

Wild Gardens of Acadia __ "On less than one acre, the Wild Gardens of Acadia offer a microcosm of Mount Desert Island's natural habitats. Twelve of Acadia's plant communities are represented here: mixed woods, roadside, meadow, mountain, heath, seaside, brookside, bird thicket, coniferous woods, bog, marsh, and pond."  You will find a gallery link near the bottom of the page. - illustrated - From -




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