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Flowers … are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world. Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882)

  1. Spiked Wild Indigo

    Baptisia albescens

  2. Spiked Wild Indigo

    Baptisia albescens

  3. Hairy Florida Wild Indigo

    Baptisia calycosa var. villosa

  4. Pineland Wild Indigo

    Baptisia lecontei

  5. Pineland Wild Indigo

    Baptisia lecontei

  6. Pineland Wild Indigo

    Baptisia lecontei

  7. Apalachicola Wild Indigo

    Baptisia megacarpa

  8. Scareweed

    Baptisia simplicifolia

  9. Scareweed

    Baptisia simplicifolia

  10. Twining Screwstem

    Bartonia paniculata

  11. Twining Screwstem

    Bartonia paniculata

  12. White Screwstem

    Bartonia verna

  13. Soft Greeneyes

    Berlandiera pumila

  14. Soft Greeneyes

    Berlandiera pumila

  15. Florida Greeneyes

    Berlandiera subacaulis

  16. Beggarticks

    Bidens alba

  17. Beggarticks

    Bidens alba

  18. Spanish Needles

    Bidens bipinnata

  19. Spanish Needles

    Bidens bipinnata

  20. Burmarigold

    Bidens laevis

  21. Smallfruit Beggarticks

    Bidens mitis

  22. Pineland Rayless Goldenrod

    Bigelowia nudata

  23. Nuttall's Rayless Goldenrod

    Bigelowia nuttallii

  24. Nuttall's Rayless Goldenrod

    Bigelowia nuttallii

  25. Nuttall's Rayless Goldenrod

    Bigelowia nuttallii

  26. Wineflower

    Boerhavia diffusa

  27. Smallhead Doll's Daisy

    Boltonia diffusa

  28. Smallhead Doll's Daisy

    Boltonia diffusa

  29. Bushy Seaside Oxeye

    Borrichia frutescens

  30. Watershield

    Brasenia schreberi

  31. Watershield

    Brasenia schreberi

  32. Flyr's Nemesis

    Brickellia cordifolia

  33. Flyr's Nemesis

    Brickellia cordifolia

  34. False Boneset

    Brickellia eupatorioides

  35. False Boneset

    Brickellia eupatorioides

  36. Rayless Mock Goldenrod

    Brintonia discoides

  37. Rayless Mock Goldenrod

    Brintonia discoides

  38. Rayless Mock Goldenrod

    Brintonia discoides

  39. Bluethread

    Burmannia biflora

  40. Southern Bluethread

    Burmannia capitata

  41. Carolina Fanwort

    Cabomba caroliniana

  42. Carolina Fanwort

    Cabomba caroliniana

  43. Ashe's Calamint

    Calamintha ashei

  44. Scarlet Calamint

    Calamintha coccinea
    Another common name for this mint is Red Basil.

  45. Scarlet Calamint

    Calamintha coccinea

  46. Toothed Savory

    Calamintha dentata

  47. Georgia Calamint

    Calamintha georgiana

  48. Poppy Mallow

    Callirhoe papaver

  49. Bartram's Ixia

    Calydorea caelestina

  50. American Bellflower

    Campanula americana

  51. American Bellflower

    Campanula americana

  52. Brooksville Bellflower

    Campanula robinsiae
    This extremely tiny and rare Bellflower is being raised at Bok Tower Gardens in an effort to secure the population's future.

  53. Banana-of-the-Everglades

    Canna flaccida

  54. Goatweed

    Capraria biflora

  55. Shepherd's Purse

    Capsella bursa-pastoris

  56. Spring Cress

    Cardamine bulbosa

  57. Hairy Bittercress

    Cardamine hirsuta

  58. Pennsylvania Bittercress

    Cardamine pensylvatica

  59. Vanillaleaf

    Carphephorus odoratissimus
    The basal leaves, when dried, have a vanilla scent.

  60. Hairy Chaffhead

    Carphephorus paniculatus

  61. Bristleleaf Chaffhead

    Carphephorus pseudoliatris

  62. Indian Paintbrush

    Castilleja indivisa

  63. Smallflower Lilythorn

    Catesbaea parviflora

  64. Partridge Pea

    Chamaecrista fasciculata

  65. Key Cassia

    Chamaecrista lineata var. keyensis

  66. Partridge Pea

    Chamaecrista sp.

  67. Fairywand

    Chamaelirium luteum

  68. Fairywand

    Chamaelirium luteum

  69. Female Fairywand

    Chamaelirium luteum

  70. Wedge Sandmat

    Chamaesyce deltoidea ssp. deltoidea
    Notice the limestone in which it is growing, an indicator of the rocky pinelands habitat of Dade and Monroe counties to which it is restricted.

  71. Graceful Sandmat

    Chamaesyce hypericifolia

  72. Florida Alicia

    Chapmannia floridana

  73. Pineland Sunbonnet

    Chaptalia tomentosa

  74. Cape Sable Thoroughwort

    Chromolaena frustrata

  75. Green and Gold

    Chrysogonum virginianum

  76. Florida Goldenaster

    Chrysopsis floridana

  77. Florida Goldenaster

    Chrysopsis floridana

  78. Lynn Haven Goldenaster

    Chrysopsis lanuginosa

  79. Lynn Haven Goldenaster

    Chrysopsis lanuginosa

  80. Tall Thistle

    Cirsium altissimum

  81. Tall Thistle

    Cirsium altissimum

  82. Leconte's Thistle

    Cirsium lecontei

  83. Browne's Savory

    Clinopodium brownei

  84. Blueridge Horsebalm

    Collinsonia serotina

  85. Whitemouth Dayflower

    Commelina erecta

  86. Blue Mistflower

    Conoclinium coelestinum

  87. American Squawroot

    Conophilis americana

  88. False Rosemary

    Conradina canescens

  89. Etonia False Rosemary

    Conradina etonia

  90. Etonia False Rosemary

    Conradina etonia

  91. Etonia False Rosemary

    Conradina etonia

  92. Apalachicola False Rosemary

    Conradina glabra
    The Apalachicola False Rosemary is found in two disjunct counties (Liberty and Santa Rosa) in the florida Panhandle.

  93. Apalachicola False Rosemary

    Conradina glabra
    The leaves of the Apalachicola False Rosemary impart a pleasant spicy fragrance when touched.

  94. Largeflower False Rosemary

    Conradina grandiflora

  95. Dwarf Canadian Horseweed

    Conyza canadensis var. pusilla

  96. Yellow Bractspike

    Yeatesia viridiflora

  97. Common Primrosewillow Seeds

    Oenothera biennis
    Seeds of this species are angular with flat sides, resembing a prism.

  98. Wingstem

    Verbesina alternifolia

  99. Yellow Bractspike

    Yeatesia viridiflora