The Southeast region of the United States includes Alabama, Arkansas, northern Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, extreme eastern Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and extreme eastern Texas. The Southeast is known for its warm and humid climate, providing ideal growing conditions for a wide range of wildflowers. The soil in this region is typically moist and rich in organic matter, providing a solid foundation for plants to root and thrive. The climate is characterized by warm, humid summers and mild winters, with ample rainfall throughout the year, providing ample moisture for wildflowers to grow. Species such as the Coreopsis, Blue-eyed grass, and Butterfly weed are commonly found in the Southeast and take advantage of the warm, moist growing conditions. The Southeast is also home to a variety of habitats, from coastal marshes to mountain forests, providing a diverse range of habitats for wildflowers to grow and thrive. Overall, the warm and humid climate and diverse habitats of the Southeast have made it an ideal location for a wide range of wildflowers to flourish and thrive.