1. Scrub Plum

    Prunus geniculata
    The Scrub Plum can be easily distinguished from other Florida plums by its zigzag branches and its existence in scrub habitat.

  2. Scrub Plum

    Prunus geniculata

  3. Apalachicola Meadowbeauty

    Rhexia parviflora

  4. Apalachicola Meadowbeauty

    Rhexia parviflora

  5. Mistletoe Cactus

    Rhipsalis baccifera

  6. Alabama Azalea

    Rhododendron alabamense

  7. Alabama Azalea

    Rhododendron alabamense

  8. Florida Flame Azalea

    Rhododendron austrinum

  9. Florida Flame Azalea

    Rhododendron austrinum

  10. Chapman's Rhododendron

    Rhododendron minus var. chapmanii

  11. Fragrant Sumac

    Rhus aromatica

  12. Michaux's Sumac

    Rhus michauxii

  13. Miccosukee Gooseberry

    Ribes echinellum

  14. Miccosukee Gooseberry

    Ribes echinellum

  15. Miccosukee Gooseberry

    Ribes echinellum

  16. Nuttall's Rayless Goldenrod at Rock Hill Preserve

    These rocky outcrops, an unusual geologic feature in Florida, are an indicator of a unique habitat that hosts many rare and endangered plant species such as the Nuttall's Rayless Goldenrod (Bigelowia nuttallii) that is in the foreground.
    This property in Washington County is protected by The Nature Conservancy. Because of its fragility, the presrve is not open to the general public.

  17. Florida Royal Palm

    Roystonea regia
    Some consider the Florida Royal Palm to be a separate species from the Cuban Royal Palm, but most experts say there are not enough differences between the two groups to separate them. Ironically a majority of the Royal Palms planted in south Florida landscapes were imported from Cuba since it was easier to transport them by boat than overland from the Florida swamps.

  18. Eared Coneflower

    Rudbeckia auriculata

  19. Eared Coneflower

    Rudbeckia auriculata

  20. Eared Coneflower

    Rudbeckia auriculata

  21. Browneyed Susans

    Rudbeckia triloba