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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. Panhandle Meadowbeauty

    Rhexia salicifolia

  2. Handsome Harry

    Rhexia virginica

  3. Fragrant Sumac

    Rhus aromatica

  4. Dollarleaf

    Rhynchosia reniformis

  5. Rouge Plant

    Rivina humilus
    The bright red berries contain betanin, a pigment that is very similar to that found in beets. The berries definitely stain and have been used as cosmetics such as rouge and lipstick.

  6. Cherokee Rose

    Rosa laevigata

  7. Swamp Rose

    Rosa palustris

  8. Blackberry Flowers

    Rubus sp.

  9. Eared Coneflower

    Rudbeckia auriculata

  10. Eared Coneflower

    Rudbeckia auriculata

  11. Eared Coneflower

    Rudbeckia auriculata

  12. Grassleaf Coneflower

    Rudbeckia graminifolia

  13. Grassleaf Coneflower

    Rudbeckia graminifolia

  14. Blackeyed Susan

    Rudbeckia hirta

  15. Cutleaf Coneflower

    Rudbeckia laciniata

  16. Cutleaf Coneflower

    Rudbeckia laciniata

  17. Mohr's Coneflower

    Rudbeckia mohrii

  18. Softhair Coneflower

    Rudbeckia mollis

  19. Browneyed Susans

    Rudbeckia triloba

  20. Browneyed Susans

    Rudbeckia triloba

  21. Carolina Wild Petunia

    Ruellia caroliniensis

  22. Ciliate Wild Petunia

    Ruellia ciliosa

  23. Nightflowering Wild Petunia

    Ruellia noctiflora

  24. Stalked Wild Petunia

    Ruellia pedunculata ssp. pinetorum

  25. Hastateleaf Dock

    Rumex hastatulus

  26. Rosepink

    Sabatia angularis

  27. Pinewoods Rosegentian

    Sabatia gentianoides

  28. Pinewoods Rosegentian

    Sabatia gentianoides

  29. Fourangle Rosegentian

    Sabatia quadrangula

  30. Fourangle Rosegentian

    Sabatia quadrangula

  31. Annual Glasswort

    Salicornia bigelovii

  32. Azure Blue Sage

    Salvia azurea

  33. Azure Blue Sage

    Salvia azurea
    It is not uncommon to see white-flowered forms of Azure Blue Sage.

  34. Azure Blue Sage

    Salvia azurea

  35. Tropical Sage

    Salvia coccinea

  36. Lyreleaf Sage

    Salvia lyrata

  37. Nettleleaf Sage

    Salvia urticifolia

  38. Nettleleaf Sage

    Salvia urticifolia

  39. Water Pimpernel

    Samolus ebracteatus

  40. Pineland Pimpernel

    Samolus valerandi ssp. parviflorus

  41. Pineland Pimpernel

    Samolus valerandi subsp. parviflorus

  42. Pineland Pimpernel

    Samolus valerandi subsp. parviflorus

  43. Bloodroot

    Sanguinaria canadensis

  44. Bloodroot

    Sanguinaria canadensis

  45. Perennial Glasswort

    Sarcoconia ambigua

  46. Perennial Glasswort

    Sarcoconia ambigua

  47. Lizard's Tail

    Saururus cernuus

  48. Lizard's Tail

    Saururus cernuus

  49. White Sunnybell

    Schoenolirion albiflorum

  50. Chaffseed

    Schwalbea americana

  51. Chaffseed

    Schwalbea americana

  52. Chaffseed

    Schwalbea americana

  53. Pink Bogbutton

    Sclerolepis uniflora

  54. Pink Bogbutton

    Sclerolepis uniflora

  55. Sweet Broom

    Scoparia dulcis

  56. Sweet Broom

    Scoparia dulcis

  57. Florida Skullcap

    Scutellaria floridana

  58. Florida Skullcap

    Scutellaria floridana

  59. Hoary Skullcap

    Scutellaria incana

  60. Hoary Skullcap

    Scutellaria incana

  61. Small's Skullcap

    Scutellaria multiglandulosa

  62. Small Skullcap

    Scutellaria parvula

  63. Dixie Aster

    Sericocarpus tortifolius

  64. Shoreline Seapurslane

    Sesuvium portulacastrum

  65. Shoreline Seapurslane

    Sesuvium portulacastrum

  66. Yaupon Blacksenna

    Seymeria cassioides

  67. Yaupon Blacksenna

    Seymeria cassioides

  68. Piedmont Blacksenna

    Seymeria pectinata

  69. Piedmont Blacksenna

    Seymeria pectinata

  70. Indian Hemp

    Sida rhombifolia

  71. Indian Hemp

    Sida rhombifolia

  72. Carolina Catchfly

    Silene caroliniana

  73. Carolina Catchfly

    Silene caroliniana

  74. Carolina Catchfly

    Silene caroliniana

  75. Fringed Catchfly

    Silene catesbaei
    The Fringed Catchfly gets the first part of its name from the intricate delicate snowflake-like pattern along the edges of its petals.

  76. Fringed Catchfly

    Silene catesbaei

  77. Royal Catchfly

    Silene regia

  78. Fire Pink

    Silene virginica

  79. Starry Rosinweed

    Silphium asteriscus

  80. Kidneyleaf Rosinweed

    Silphium compositum

  81. Kidneyleaf Rosinweed

    Silphium compositum

  82. Narrowleaf Blue-eyed Grass

    Sisyrinchium angustifolium

  83. Annual Blue-eyed Grass

    Sisyrinchium rosulatum

  84. Jeweled Blue-eyed Grass

    Sisyrinchium xerophyllum

  85. Bluestem Goldenrod

    Solidago caesia

  86. Downy Ragged Goldenrod

    Solidago petiolaris

  87. Gentian Pinkroot

    Spigelia gentianoides

  88. Gentian Pinkroot

    Spigelia gentianoides

  89. Logan's Pinkroot

    Spigelia loganoides

  90. Indian Pinks

    Spigelia marilandica

  91. Shade Betony

    Stachys crenata

  92. Shade Betony

    Stachys crenata

  93. Florida Betony

    Stachys floridana

  94. Florida Betony

    Stachys floridana

  95. Great Chickweed

    Stellaria pubera

  96. Great Chickweed

    Stellaria pubera

  97. Crowpoison

    Stenanthium densum
    The presence of Crowpoison flowers almost always indicate that the area has been recently burned.

  98. Eastern Featherbells

    Stenanthium gramineum

  99. Eastern Featherbells

    Stenanthium gramineum