1. Small's Jointweed

    Polygonella myriophylla

  2. 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.

  3. Chapman's Rhododendron

    Rhododendron minus var. chapmanii

  4. Michaux's Sumac

    Rhus michauxii

  5. Chaffseed

    Schwalbea americana

  6. Chaffseed

    Schwalbea americana

  7. 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.

  8. Fringed Catchfly

    Silene catesbaei

  9. Gentian Pinkroot

    Spigelia gentianoides

  10. Gentian Pinkroot

    Spigelia gentianoides

  11. Torreya Fruit

    Torreya taxifolia

  12. Florida Torreya

    Torreya taxifolia
    This confier is in peril of extinction. For reasons still unknown, it is now susceptible to numerous pathogens and diseases. It is currently known in only three Florida counties.

  13. Clasping Warea

    Warea amplexifolia

  14. Clasping Warea

    Warea amplexifolia

  15. Carter's Pinelandcress

    Warea carteri

  16. Carter's Pinelandcress

    Warea carteri

  17. Scrub Ziziphus

    Ziziphus celata

  18. Scrub Ziziphus

    Ziziphus celata

  19. Scrub Ziziphus

    Ziziphus celata