Dotted horsemint is a Florida native wildflower that is also commonly known as spotted beebalm. When it blooms it attracts a variety of bee species, insects, butterflies, and hummingbirds. These short-lived perennial flowers from late spring to early fall. Because of the sandy soil at Hundred Acre Hollows, the dotted horsemint naturally pops up in some parts of the preserve.
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