"Welcome to Southwest Kansas"


Public lands in southwest Kansas are places of outstanding beauty with their wildflowers and other native vegetation. You can enjoy the beauty of nature throughout the year by becoming a part of the unique group of wildflower enthusiasts.

Fred's Flower Finder for the Amateur provides a simple system for finding the names of wildflowers that start to bloom in late March and early April and continues through early October. Check it out.

Fred's Flower Finder for the Amateur

Cimarron National Grassland

Big Basin Prairie Preserve

Meade State Park

Clark County

Coronado Cross Park

Also see: Native Kansas Prairie

Southwest Kansas Wildflowers
Last Updated June 18, 2014
Web Page by Fred Meyer, Jr,
Donated in his memory to the
Ford County Historical Society, Dodge City, KS

With assistance from Maricopa Community Colleges
Kansas Heritage Group