|Photo by Altas of Florida Plants Database|
|Division:||Magnoliophyta - Flowering plants|
|Class:||Magnoliopsida - Dicots|
| Balduina uniflora|
|Natural range of Balduina uniflora from USDA NRCS Plants Database.|
Synonym: Endorima uniflora (Nuttall) Rafinesque 
Balduina uniflora is a dioecious perennial that grows as a forb/herb. Its roots are fleshy and have a mean depth of 15.75 cm and porosity of 0.0%. It reproduces vegetatively from root stocks and can reach heights of 0.7-1.0 m. Inflorescence contain 1-3 heads, each with ray flowers 8-22, 5.5-8.2 mm long and 1-2 mm wide. Flowers are yellow.
It is found from eastern Louisiana, eastward throughout the panhandle of Florida and southeastern Georgia, and northward to southeastern North Carolina.
This species is thought to be dispersed by wind. 
In Mississippi pine barrens, flowering increased significantly from one year after a burn into the second year following a burn.
Conservation and Management
Cultivation and restoration
References and notes
- Weakley AS (2015) Flora of the Southern and Mid-Atlantic States. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Herbarium.
- USDA NRCS (2016) The PLANTS Database (http://plants.usda.gov, 26 January 2018). National Plant Data Team, Greensboro, NC 27401-4901 USA.
- Parker ES, Jones SB (1975) A systematic study of the genus Balduina (Compositae, Heliantheae). Brittonia 27(4):355-361.
- Brewer JS, Baker DJ, Nero AS, Patterson AL, Robers RS, Turner LM (2011) Carnivoory in plants as a beneficial trait in wetlands. Aquatic Botany 94:62-70.
- Kirkman, L. Katherine. Unpublished database of seed dispersal mode of plants found in Coastal Plain longleaf pine-grasslands of the Jones Ecological Research Center, Georgia.
- Hinman SE, Brewer JS (2007) Responses of two frequently-burned wet pine savannas to an extended period without fire. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 134(4):512-526.
- Pitts-Singer TL, Hanula JL, Walker JL (2002) Insect pollinators of three rare plants in a Florida longleaf pine forest. Florida Entomologist 85(2):308-316.