Two different biomes make up the Everglades in Florida. The first biome is a temperate deciduous forest, and the second biome is a flooded grassland.
A temperate deciduous forest typically has an average temperature of about 50 degrees Fahrenheit with mild winters and longer summers. The trees in these biomes are mainly deciduous, with leaves that change color and fall off during the fall season and grow back again in the spring. A flooded grasslands is a biome in which there is a large amount of water, and grasses are the main type of vegetation. This biome has an average annual rainfall between 24 and 59 inches.