This week's Nature in a Minute video features another Florida wildflower that's blooming right now. If you look along the roadsides, you might see Partridge Pea. It's a small yellow flower that blooms in the late summer and early fall – and where there's Partridge Pea, there's usually quail, turkeys, butterflies (especially Cloudless Sulphur butterflies) and plenty of other wildlife nearby.
Check out the video, and you'll also see a cameo appearance from a Cloudless Sulphur caterpillar on one of the seedpods. Pretty cool!