National Geographic : 1930 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE ANY TIME IS BLOSSOM TIME IN FLORIDA An ever increasing variety of flora flourishes luxuriantly in the soil and climate of our most southerly State. From far tropical corners of the world many exotic species have been trans planted further to beautify the landscape. (Cj National Geographic Society Autochronies by Clifton Adams WILD HYACINTHS BLOOM IN PROFUSION Although lending added beauty to the landscape, these flowers are not altogether an asset. Their roots form a mat near the surface of fresh water lakes and sluggish rivers, thus becoming a real hindrance to navigation.