Information about wildflowers can be found through various Native Plant Societies that exist throughout the world. Every region has its own unique flora, so those who are interested in exploring local wildflowers should contact a local chapter of this organization.
An alternative method to visiting a local native plant organization, is an Internet search on the type of local wildflowers. Also, seeking out books on wildflowers is another way to gather more information on the topic.
A field guide can be used to identify flowers that are observed on walks or hikes. Keeping a wildflower journal is also an useful way to record observations about local flora. This journal may include photographs, so keeping a camera handy, to take photographs of the flowers that are spotted, is helpful.