1. Miami Leadplant

    Amorpha herbacea var. crenulata

  2. Four-petaled Pawpaw

    Asimina tetramera

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Pygmy Fringetree

    Chionanthus pygmaeus

  6. Cape Sable Thoroughwort

    Chromolaena frustrata

  7. Florida Goldenaster

    Chrysopsis floridana

  8. Florida Goldenaster

    Chrysopsis floridana

  9. Perforate Lichen

    Cladonia perforata

  10. Perforate Lichen

    Cladonia perforata

  11. Etonia False Rosemary

    Conradina etonia

  12. Etonia False Rosemary

    Conradina etonia

  13. Apalachicola False Rosemary

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

  14. Apalachicola False Rosemary

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

  15. Avon Park Rattlebox

    Crotalaria avonensis

  16. Okeechobee Gourd

    Cucurbita okeechobeensis

  17. Christman's Mint

    Dicerandra christmanii

  18. Christman's Mint

    Dicerandra christmanii

  19. Robin's Mint

    Dicerandra cornutissima

  20. Scrub Balm

    Dicerandra frutescens

  21. Lakela's Balm

    Dicerandra immaculata var. immaculata
    The species name immaculata means spotless or without spots.