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We appreciate all who value the artistry and craft of photography and how it enhances our lives. We hope that you will find just what you are looking for in our large selection of photos. Begin by browsing our current selection of note cards and large prints. You may also purchase original prints of any other images at the Nature In Focus website. Images are also available for licensing and reproduction. Specific details about cost and how to place an order follow.

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All prints and note cards are on acid-free archival paper. Except for note cards which have a matte finish, we use luster paper for our prints because it provides the highest photographic detail. Other papers (glossy, semi-gloss, matte, or watercolor) may be requested, but be aware that the chosen finish will influence the print's appearance. For example, colors and details will be softer on matte and watercolor paper.

Print Sizes

Any photo on this website is available in print sizes of 12" x 18", 8" x 10", and 5" x 7" which will fit into standard pre-cut mats. Prints may be available in custom sizes upon request. Prints are sold unmatted, but matting and framing are available by special request for an additional fee.

Note Cards

Many of our images are available for purchase as photo note cards. Visit our Note Cards gallery to see some more examples of our note cards. Upon request, we will print other images in our galleries on a note card.

Note Card Back

The folded note cards are a spacious five by seven inches. A photo with a caption in elegant script graces the front of each note card and additional information about the subject is on the back, with the inside left blank for your personal message. The photo note cards are custom printed on white acid-free heavy weight matte paper and are accompanied by envelopes of similar quality.

These note cards make great gifts for family and friends. Many clients keep the note cards and frame them to hang in their homes. No expensive custom framing is required since the five by seven inch (5" x 7") note cards are designed to be dropped into a standard pre-cut eight by ten inch (8" x 10") mat for very little additional cost. A border around the photo also makes the framed photo look like it is in a classy double-mat.

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Large Prints

All photos on the Nature In Focus website are available as twelve by eighteen inch (12" x 18") prints which will fit into a standard eighteen by twenty-four inch frame with a standard pre-cut mat.

We also offer the following high-quality thirteen by nineteen inch (13" x 19") prints that showcase a representation of Florida's native plant and animal specialties. Each species photo is unobtrusively captioned with its common and scientific name. (On request, photo captions may be omitted.) These prints will fit into a standard 13 x 19 inch frame without a mat.

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Florida's Floral Rarities Series

This series of six prints feature 156 species of Florida's endangered and threatened plants. Each print presents twenty-six species found in all habitats and regions of Florida from the Florida Panhandle to the Florida Keys.

Featured Species

  • Asclepias curtissii Curtiss' Milkweed
  • Asclepias viridiflora Green Milkweed
  • Bigelowia nuttallii Nuttall's Rayless Goldenrod
  • Calystegia catesbeiana Catesby's False Bindweed
  • Chionanthus pygmaeus Pigmy Fringetree
  • Chrysopsis floridana Florida Goldenaster
  • Conradina etonia Etonia False Rosemary
  • Coreopsis integrifolia Fringeleaf Coreopsis
  • Dendrophylax lindenii Ghost Orchid
  • Dicerandra frutescens Scrub Balm
  • Echinacea purpurea Eastern Purple Coneflower
  • Guaiacum sanctum Holywood Lignumvitae
  • Harrisia aboriginum Prickly Applecactus
  • Leitnera floridana Corkwood
  • Liatris ohlingerae Scrub Blazing-Star
  • Matelea alabamensis Alabama Spiny Pod
  • Pachysandra procumbens Allegheny Spurge
  • Phoebanthus tenuifolius Pineland False Sunflower
  • Pinguicula lutea Yellow Butterwort
  • Polygonella myriophylla Small's Jointweed
  • Rhipsalis baccifera Mistletoe Cactus
  • Rhododendron alabamense Alabama Azalea
  • Sarracenia leucophylla Whitetop Pitcherplant
  • Staphylea trifolia American Bladdernut
  • Taxus floridana Florida Yew
  • Verbesina chapmanii Chapman's Crownbeard

Featured Species

  • Amorpha herbacea var. crenulata Miami Lead Plant
  • Asimina tetramera Fourpetal Pawpaw
  • Bonamia grandiflora Florida Bonamia
  • Calamintha ashei Ashe's Calamint
  • Calydorea caelestina Bartram's Ixia
  • Conradina glabra Apalachicola False Rosemary
  • Cyrtopodium punctatum Cowhorn Orchid
  • Dicerandra immaculata var. immaculata Lakela's Balm
  • Eriogonum longifolium var. gnaphalifolium Scrub Buckwheat
  • Eurybia spinulosa Apalachicola Aster
  • Helianthus carnosus Lakeside Sunflower
  • Hymenocallis godfreyi Godfrey's Spiderlily
  • Justicia cooleyi Cooley's Waterwillow
  • Lepuropetalon spathulatum Little People
  • Liatris gholsonii Gholson's Gayfeather
  • Lilium superbum Turkscap Lily
  • Lupinus westianus var. aridorum Beckner's Lupine
  • Matelea flavidula Yellow-flowered Spiny Pod
  • Opuntia corallicola Semaphore Cactus
  • Platanthera blephariglottis var. conspicua White Fringed Orchid
  • Podophyllum peltatum Mayapple
  • Polygala smallii Small's Milkwort
  • Prunus geniculata Scrub Plum
  • Sacoila lanceolata Leafless Beaked Ladiestresses
  • Spigelia loganoides Florida Pinkroot
  • Tetrazygia bicolor Tetrazygia

Featured Species

  • Asarum arifolium Wild Ginger
  • Calamintha dentata Florida Calamint
  • Clitoria fragrans Sweetscented Pigeonwings
  • Drosera intermedia Spoonleaf Sundew
  • Enemion biternatum Eastern False Rue Anemone
  • Euphorbia telephioides Telephus Spurge
  • Gentiana pennelliana Wiregrass Gentian
  • Gossypium hirsutum Wild Cotton
  • Harperocallis flava Harper's Beauty
  • Hypericum edisonianum Edison's St. Johns-Wort
  • Justicia crassifolia Thickleaf Waterwillow
  • Lilium catesbaei Catesby's Lily
  • Lilium michauxii Carolina Lily
  • Lupinus westianus westianus Gulf Coast Lupine
  • Magnolia tripetala Umbrella Magnolia
  • Myrcianthes fragrans Simpson's Stopper
  • Nolina atopocarpa Florida Beargrass
  • Physocarpus opulifolius Common Ninebark
  • Pogonia ophioglossoides Rose Pogonia
  • Prosthechea cochleata Clamshell Orchid
  • Rhexia salicifolia Panhandle Meadowbeauty
  • Ruellia noctiflora Nightflowering Wild Petunia
  • Spigelia gentianoides Gentian Pinkroot
  • Thalictrum thalictroides Rue Anemone
  • Viola tripartita Threepart Violet
  • Zephyranthes simpsonii Simpson's Zephyrlily

Featured Species

  • Asclepias viridula Southern Milkweed
  • Baptisia simplicifolia Scareweed
  • Encyclia tampensis Florida Butterfly Orchid
  • Harrisia aboriginum Simpson's Applecactus
  • Hedeoma graveolens Mock Pennyroyal
  • Hypericum lissophloeus Smoothbark St. John's-Wort
  • Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel
  • Lilium iridollae Panhandle Lily
  • Marshallia obovata Spoonshape Barbara's Buttons
  • Matelea baldwyniana Baldwin's Spiny Pod
  • Matelea floridana Florida Spiny Pod
  • Medeola virginiana Indian Cucumberroot
  • Parnassia grandifolia Largeleaf Grass-of-Parnassas
  • Pinguicula ionantha Panhandle Butterwort
  • Pinguicula primuliflora Primrose-flowered Butterwort
  • Pityopsis flexuosa Zigzag Silkgrass
  • Pogonia divaricata Rosebud Orchid
  • Polygala lewtonii Lewton's Milkwort
  • Polygonella macrophylla Largeleaf Jointweed
  • Rhexia parviflora Apalachicola Meadowbeauty
  • Silene catesbaei Fringed Pink
  • Silene virginica Fire Pink
  • Spiranthes longilabris Longlip Ladiestresses Orchid
  • Stewartia malacodendron Silky Camellia
  • Uvularia floridana Florida Bellwort
  • Xanthorhiza simplicissima Yellowroot

Featured Species

  • Baptisia megacarpa Apalachicola Wild Indigo
  • Caesalpinia major Yellow Nicker
  • Callirhoe papaver Poppymallow
  • Conradina grandiflora Largeflower False Rosemary
  • Cornus alternifolia Alternateleaf Dogwood
  • Croomia pauciflora Croomia
  • Crotalaria avonensis Avon Park Rattlebox
  • Cynoglossum virginianum Wild Comfrey
  • Delphinium carolinianum Carolina Larkspur
  • Dicerandra thinicola Titusville Balm
  • Erythronium umbilicatum Dimpled Troutlily
  • Euonymus atropurpureus Eastern Wahoo
  • Forestiera godfreyi Godfrey's Swampprivet
  • Fothergilla gardenii Dwarf Witchalder
  • Hexalectris spicata Spiked Crested Coralroot
  • Hymenocallis henryae Henry's Spiderlily
  • Illicium parviflorum Yellow Anisetree
  • Lobelia cardinalis Cardinalflower
  • Macbridea alba White Birds-in-a-Nest
  • Magnolia acuminata Cucmbertree
  • Rhododendron minus var. chapmanii Chapman's Rhododendron
  • Schisandra glabra Bay Starvine
  • Schwalbea americana Chaffseed
  • Scutellaria floridana Florida Skullcap
  • Torreya taxifolia Florida Torreya
  • Ziziphus celata Scrub Ziziphus

Featured Species

  • Anemone americana Roundlobed Liverleaf
  • Aquilegia canadensis Wild Columbine
  • Aristolochia tomentosa Woolly Dutchman's-Pipe
  • Brickellia cordifolia Flyr's Nemesis
  • Calopogon multiflorus Manyflowered Grasspink Orchid
  • Calycanthus floridus Eastern Sweetshrub
  • Campanula robinsiae Robins' Bellflower
  • Catesbaea parviflora Smallflower Lilythorn
  • Conradina grandiflora Largeflower False Rosemary
  • Cuphea aspera Tropical Waxweed
  • Dirca palustris Eastern Leatherwood
  • Primula meadia Shootingstar
  • Drosera filiformis Threadleaf Sundew
  • Eriocaulon nigrobracteatum Black-Bracted Hatpins
  • Hartwrightia floridana Hartwrightia
  • Jacquemontia curtissii Curtiss' Clustervine
  • Jacquemontia pentathos Skyblue Clustervine
  • Jacquemontia reclinata Beach Clustervine
  • Lantana depressa Pineland Lantana
  • Macranthera flammea Hummingbird-Flower
  • Magnolia macrophylla var. ashei Ashe's Magnolia
  • Malaxis unifolia Green Addersmouth Orchid
  • Pinckneya bracteata Fevertree
  • Rhododendron austrinum Florida Flame Azalea
  • Ribes echinellum Miccosukee Gooseberry
  • Trillium lancifolium Lanceleaf Wakerobin
  • Zephyranthes atamasca var. treatiae Treat's Zephyrlily

Florida's Orchid Treasures

Who doesn't like orchids? Florida is blessed with an abundance of orchid species that just beg to be photographed! This print features twenty-six orchids. Many orchids are endangered and threatened due to loss of habitat as well as illegal collecting by over-zealous orchid enthusiasts.

Featured Orchids

  • Calopogon barbatus Bearded Grasspink Orchid
  • Calopogon multiflorus Manyflowered Grasspink Orchid
  • Calopogon pallidus Pale Grasspink Orchid
  • Calopogon tuberosus Tuberous Grasspink Orchid
  • Epidendrum conopseum Green-Fly Orchid
  • Dendrophylax lindenii Ghost Orchid
  • Encyclia tampensis Florida Butterfly Orchid
  • Habenaria quinqueseta Michaux's Orchid
  • Habenaria repens Waterspider False Reinorchid
  • Hexalectris spicata Spiked Crested Coralroot Orchid
  • Malaxis unifolia Green Addersmouth Orchid
  • Platanthera blephariglottis var. conspicua White Fringed Orchid
  • Platanthera chapmanii Chapman's Fringed Orchid
  • Platanthera cristata Crested Fringed Orchid
  • Platanthera flava Palegreen Orchid
  • Platanthera integra Yellow Fringeless Orchid
  • Habenaria nivea Snowy Orchid
  • Pogonia bifaria Fernald's Pogonia
  • Pogonia divaricata Rosebud Pogonia
  • Pogonia ophioglossoides Rose Pogonia Orchid
  • Prosthechea cochleata Clamshell Orchid
  • Pteroglossaspis ecristata Giant Orchid
  • Sacoila lanceolata var. lanceolata Leafless Beaked Ladiestresses Orchid
  • Spiranthes longilabris Longlip Ladiestresses Orchid
  • Spiranthes vernalis Spring Ladiestresses Orchid
  • Tipularia discolor Crippled Cranefly Orchid

Carnivorous Plants of the Southeast

Florida abounds with carnivorous plants, having over two-thirds of the species found in the United States. All of the species on this print are found in Florida as well as other states in the Southeast. Other than bladderworts, most of the carnivorous plants are protected in Florida. The Venus Flytrap is actually an exotic in Florida that is originally found in a small area surrounding Wilmington, North Carolina.

Featured Carnivorous Plants

  • Dionaea muscipula Venus Flytrap
  • Drosera filiformis Threadleaf Sundew
  • Drosera brevifolia Dwarf Sundew
  • Drosera capillaris Pink Sundew
  • Drosera intermedia Spoonleaf Sundew
  • Drosera tracyi Tracy's Dewthreads
  • Pinguicula cerulea Blue Butterwort
  • Pinguicula ionantha Panhandle Butterwort
  • Pinguicula lutea Yellow Butterwort
  • Pinguicula primuliflora Primorse-flowered Butterwort
  • Pinguicula pumila Small Butterwort
  • Pinguicular planifolia Chapman's Butterwort
  • Pitcherplant Savanna
  • Sarracenia flava Yellow Pitcherplant
  • Sarracenia leucophylla Whitetop Pitcherplants
  • Sarracenia minor Hooded Pitcherplants
  • Sarracenia psittacina Parrot Pitcherplant
  • Sarracenia rosea Rosy Pitcherplant
  • Sarracenia rubra ssp. gulfensis Gulf Coast Redflower Pitcherplant?
  • Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi Wherry's Pitcherplant
  • Utricularia cornuta Horned Bladderwort
  • Utricularia inflata Floating Bladderwort
  • Utricularia juncea Southern Bladderwort
  • Utricularia purpurea Eastern Purple Bladderwort
  • Utricularia resupinata Lavender Bladderwort
  • Utricularia subulata Zigzag Bladderwort

Floral Treasures of the Florida Scrub

This print features twenty-six endangered and threatened plants found on the Lake Wales Ridge, a narrow stretch of Florida Scrub no more than ten miles wide that extends from Lake Wales southward to Lake Placid. Florida Scrub is comprised of sandy dune remnants from ancient geologic times when Florida was submerged below the ocean. This habitat is very endangered due to its fragmentation and development. Only species that have adapted to the harsh conditions of the Ridge can exist here. Many species found on the Ridge are endemics, species that are found nowhere else.

Featured Scrub Species

  • Asclepias curtissii Curtiss' Milkweed
  • Asimina tetramera Fourpetal Pawpaw
  • Bonamia grandiflora Florida Lady's Nightcap
  • Calamintha ashei Ashe's Calamint
  • Ceratiola ericoides Florida Rosemary
  • Chionanthus pygmaeus Pigmy Fringetree
  • Cladonia perforata Florida Perforate Cladonia
  • Clitoria fragrans Sweetscented Pigeonwings
  • Crotalaria avonensis Avon Park Rattlebox
  • Dicerandra cornutissima Robin's Mint
  • Dicerandra frutescens Scrub Balm
  • Dicerandra immaculata var. immaculata Lakela's Balm
  • Dicerandra thinicola Titusville Balm
  • Eriogonum longifolium var. gnaphalifolium Scrub Buckwheat
  • Eryngium cuneifolium Scrub Eryngium
  • Hypericum cumulicola Highalnds Scrub St. Johns-Wort
  • Hypericum edisonianum Edison's St. Johns-Wort
  • Liatris ohlingerae Scrub Blazing-Star
  • Lupinus westianus var. aridorum Beckner's Lupine
  • Nolina brittoniana Britton's Beargrass
  • Paronychia chartacea Papery Whitlow-Wort
  • Polygala lewtonii Lewton's Milkwort
  • Polygonella myriophylla Sandlace
  • Prunus geniculata Scrub Plum
  • Ziziphus celata Scrub Ziziphus

Fabulous Butterflies and Skippers of North Florida

There are approximately 170 species of native butterflies and skippers in Florida. Of these, 135 are in North Florida which has the highest species diversity in the state. Each print showcases thirty-four of these species.

Featured Butterfly Species

  • American Harvester
  • American Lady
  • Banded Hairstreak
  • Common Buckeye
  • Coral Hairstreak
  • Eastern Pygmy-Blue
  • Eastern Tailed-Blue
  • Giant Swallowtail
  • Gray Hairstreak
  • Great Purple Hairstreak
  • Gulf Fritillary
  • Hackberry Emperor
  • Little Metalmark
  • Monarch
  • Painted Lady
  • Queen
  • Question Mark
  • Red Admiral
  • Red-banded Hairstreak
  • Red-spotted Purple
  • Southern Dogface
  • Southern Pearly-Eye
  • Southern Southern Hairstreak
  • Striped Hairstreak
  • Spring/Summer Azure
  • 'Sweadner's' Juniper Hairstreak
  • Texan Seminole Crescent
  • Tiger Swallowtail
  • Viceroy
  • Viola's Wood Satyr
  • White M Hairstreak
  • White Peacock
  • Zebra Longwing
  • Zebra Swallowtail

Featured Skipper Species

  • Byssus Skipper
  • Clouded Skipper
  • Cofaqui Giant-Skipper
  • Crossline Skipper
  • Dion Skipper
  • Dorantes Longtail
  • Eufala Skipper
  • Fiery Skipper (female)
  • Golden Banded-Skipper
  • Hoary Edge
  • Horace's Duskywing (female)
  • Lace-winged Roadside-Skipper
  • Least Skipper
  • Long-tailed Skipper
  • Ocola Skipper
  • Palatka Skipper
  • Palmetto Skipper
  • Sachem (female)
  • Saltmarsh Skipper
  • Silver-spotted Skipper
  • Southern Broken-Dash
  • Southern Cloudywing
  • Southern Skipperling
  • Swarthy Skipper
  • Tawny-edged Skipper (male)
  • Tropical Checkered-Skipper
  • Twin-spot Skipper
  • Whirlabout Skipper (male)
  • White or Common Checkered-skipper
  • Wild Indigo Duskywing (male)
  • Yehl Skipper
  • Yucca Giant-Skipper
  • Zabulon Skipper (male)
  • Zarucco Duskywing (male)

Protected Lands in Florida

Federal, state, county,and private conservation lands are a crucial part of protecting Florida's habitats needed by our animal and plant species to flourish.

The Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve is a Nature Conservancy holding along the Apalachicola River south of the Georgia border that is adjacent to Torreya State Park. The Preserve was established in 1982 to protect unique and rare steephead ravines that shelter plants found nowhere else in the world. The upland bluffs adjacent to the steepheads are being actively restored to their former glory and contain additional rare plants. All species on this poster are endangered or threatened.

Featured Species at Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve

  • Alum Bluff
  • Actaea pachypoda White Baneberry
  • Aristolochia tomentosa Woolly Pipevine
  • Asarum arifolium Heartleaf Ginger
  • Calamintha dentata Toothed Savory
  • Calycanthus floridus Carolina Allspice
  • Carex baltzelli Baltzell's Sedge
  • Conradina glabra Apalachicola Rosemary
  • Croomia pauciflora Croomia
  • Dirca palustris Leaherwood
  • Epigea repens Trailing Arbutus
  • Forestiera godfreyi Godfrey's Swampprivet
  • Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel
  • Liatris gholsoni Gholson's Blazing Star
  • Magnolia macrophylla var. ashei Ashe's Magnolia
  • Magnolia pyramidata Pyramid Magnolia
  • Matelea alabamensis Alabama Spinypod
  • Matelea floridana Florida Milkvine
  • Medeola virginiana Indian Cucumberroot
  • Pinckneya bracteata Fevertree
  • Stewartia malacodendron Silky Camellia
  • Taxus floridana Florida Yew
  • Tipularia discolor Cranefly Orchid
  • Torreya taxifolia Torreya Fruit
  • Trillium lancifolium Lanceleaf Trillium
  • Viola hastata Yellow Violet

Apalachicola National Forest is the largest of Florida's three national forests. One of the nation's top biodiversity “hot spots,” its pitcherplant savannas are especially diverse. All fifty-one species on this pair of prints from the Apalachicola National Forest are endangered or threatened.

Featured Species in the Apalachicola National Forest (First Print)

  • Asclepias viridula Green Milkweed
  • Baptisia simplicifolia Scareweed
  • Calamintha dentata Toothed Savory
  • Habenaria nivea Snowy Orchid
  • Harperocallis flava Harper's Beauty
  • Hedeoma graveolens Mock Pennyroyal
  • Hymenocallis gholsoni Gholson's Spider Lily
  • Justicia crassifolia Thickleaf Waterwilow
  • Lilium catesbaei Catesby's Lily
  • Linum westii West's Flax
  • Macbridea alba White Birds in a Nest
  • Macranthera flammea Hummingbird Flower
  • Magnolia pyramidata Pyramid Magnolia
  • Nolina atopocarpa Florida Beargrass
  • Parnassia grandifolia Largeleaf Grass of Parnassus
  • Pinguicula ionantha Panhandle Butterwort
  • Pityopsis flexuosa Zigzag Silkgrass
  • Platanthera ciliaris Yellow Fringed Orchid
  • Platanthera cristata Crested Yellow Orchid
  • Rhexia parviflora Apalachicola Meadowbeauty
  • Ruellia noctiflora Night-blooming Petunia
  • Ruellia pedunculata subsp. pinetorum Stalked Wild Petunia
  • Sarracenia psittacina Parrot Pitcherplant
  • Sarracenia rosea Rosy Pitcherplant
  • Spiranthes longilabris Longlip Ladiestresses Orchid
  • Verbesina chapmanii Chapman's Crownbeard

Featured Species in the Apalachicola National Forest (Second Print)

  • Arnica acaulis Common Leopardbane
  • Calopogon multiflorus Many-flowered Grasspink
  • Gentiana pennelliana Wiregrass Gentian
  • Hexalectris spicata Spiked Crested Coralroot Orchid
  • Hymenocallis henryae Mrs. Henry's Lily
  • Ilex amelanchier Sarvis Holly
  • Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel
  • Magnolia macrophylla var. ashei Ashe's Magnolia
  • Parnassia caroliniana Carolina Grass-of-Parnassus
  • Phoebanthus tenuifolius Pineland False Sunflowers
  • Physostegia godfreyi Godfrey's False Dragonhead
  • Pinckneya bracteata Fevertree
  • Pinguicula lutea Yellow Butterwort
  • Pinguicula planifolia Flatleaf Butterwort
  • Pitcherplant Savanna
  • Platanthera blephariglottis var. conspicua White-fringed Orchid
  • Platanthera integra Yellow Fringeless Orchid
  • Pogonia bifaria Fernald's Pogonia
  • Pogonia ophioglossoides Rose Pogonia Orchids
  • Pteroglossaspis ecristata Giant Orchid
  • Rhododendron austrinum Florida Flame Azalea
  • Sarracenia leucophylla Whitetop Pitcherplant
  • Sarracenia minor Hooded Pitcherplants
  • Scutellaria floridana Florida Skullcap
  • Spiranthes lacinata Lacelip Ladiestresses Orchid
  • Stewartia malacodendron Silky Camellia

Florida Caverns State Park is located near Marianna in Jackson County near the Alabama border. It is best known for its caverns, but aboveground the Park is especially spectacular in the springtime when the azaleas, Atamasco lilies, and columbines are in full bloom.

Since the Caverns' flora represents the southernmost extent of many Appalachian mountain wildflowers, many of the Park's species are rare in Florida. Nine of the twenty-six species on this print are endangered or threatened.

Featured Species in Florida Caverns State Park

  • Aesculus pavia Red Buckeye
  • Aquilegia canadensis Wild Columbine
  • Asplenium sp. Spleenwort
  • Cercis canadensis Eastern Redbud
  • Chrysogonum virginianum Green-and-Gold
  • Enemion biternatum Eastern False Rue Anemone
  • Epidendrum conopseum Magnolia Orchid
  • Euphorbia commutata Pineland Tinted Spurge
  • Forestiera godfreyi Godfrey's Swampprivet
  • Hydrangea quercifolia Oakleaf Hydrangea
  • Lindera benzoin Northern Spicebush
  • Lobelia cardinalis Cardinalflower
  • Pachysandra procumbens Allegheny Spurge
  • Pedicularis canadensis Canadian Lousewort
  • Phlox divaricata Wild Blue Phlox
  • Podophyllum peltatum Mayapple
  • Sanguinaria canadensis Bloodroot
  • Silene regia Royal Catchfly
  • Smallanthus uvedalia Hairy Leafcup
  • Spigelia marilandica Indian Pink
  • Symphoricarpos orbiculatus Coralberry
  • Thalictrum revolutum Waxyleaf Meadowrue
  • Trillium decipiens Chattahoochee River Wakerobin
  • Trillium maculatum Spotted Wakerobin
  • Viola palmata Early Blue Violet
  • Zephyranthes atamasca Atamasco Lily

Torreya State Park, located along the Apalachicola River just south of the Georgia border, is named after the federally endangered Torreya (Torreya taxifolia.) Once common, this conifer is now extremely rare. The park's ravine slopes, an uncommon habitat in Florida, are host to numerous rare plants. In fact, we originally planned to have one print from this park, but ended up with two prints because it was just impossible to narrow down its endangered and threatened plants to just twenty-six images.

Featured Species in Torreya State Park (First Print)

  • Actaea pachypoda White Baneberry
  • Aristolochia tomentosa Woolly Pipevine
  • Asarum arifolium Heartleaf Ginger
  • Calycanthus floridus Carolina Allspice
  • Conradina glabra Apalachicola Rosemary
  • Croomia pauciflora Croomia
  • Cynoglossum virginianum Wild Comfrey
  • Dirca palustris Leaherwood
  • Forestiera godfreyi Godfrey's Swampprivet
  • Gregory House
  • Hexalectris spicata Spiked Crested Coralroot
  • Kalmia latifolia Mountain Laurel
  • Liatris gholsonii Gholson's Blazing Star
  • Lilium superbum Turkscap Lily
  • Lythrum curtissii Curtiss' Loosestrife
  • Magnolia macrophylla var. ashei Ashe's Magnolia
  • Malaxis unifolia Green Addersmouth Orchid
  • Malus angustifolius Crabapple
  • Matelea floridana Florida Milkvine
  • Pycnanthemum floridanum Florida Mountainmint?
  • Rhododendron austrinum Florida Flame Azalea
  • Stewartia malcodendron Silky Camellia
  • Taxus floridana Florida Yew
  • Torreya taxifolia Torreya
  • Trillium lancifolium Lanceleaf Trillium
  • Veratrum False Hellebore

Featured Species in Torreya State Park (Second Print)

  • Agrimonia incisa Incised Agrimony
  • Anemone americana Roundlobed Liverleaf
  • Baptisia megacarpa Apalachicola Wild Indigo
  • Calamintha dentata Toothed Savory
  • Carex baltzellii Baltzell's Sedge
  • Cryptotaenia canadensis Canadian Honewort
  • Epigea repens Trailing Arbutus
  • Erythronium umbilicatum Trout Lly
  • Euonymus atropurpureus Eastern Wahoo
  • Euphorbia commutata Tinted Pineland Spurge
  • Gonolobus suberosus Angle Pod
  • Goodyera pubescens Rattlesnake Plantain
  • Lilium michauxii Carolina Lily
  • Listera australis Twayblade
  • Lobelia cardinalis Cardinalflower
  • Magnolia pyramidata Pyramid Magnolia
  • Matelea alabamensis Alabama Spinypod
  • Pachysandra procumbens Allegheny Spurge
  • Schisandra glabra Bay Starvine
  • Spiranthes lacinata Lacelip Ladiestresses Orchid
  • Staphylea trifolia American Bladdernut
  • Thalictrum thalictroides Rue Anemone
  • Tipularia discolor Cranefly Orchid
  • Viola hastata Yellow Violet
  • Zephyranthes atamasca Atamasco Lily

Pricing

Note cards may be purchased individually or in mix and match sets. Envelopes are included. Cost is $5.00 each or $40.00 for a set of ten. Our 13 x 19 inch prints cost $25.00 each or $20.00 for five or more prints. Shipping and handling are additional.

Shipping and Handling

There is a shipping and handling fee per shipment. All orders are shipped with a tracking number via USPS Priority Mail or UPS. Please allow up to two weeks from date of purchase for delivery to U. S. locations. link

To Place an Order

Please contact us via e-mail to place an order. The e-mail will provide all parties a written record of your requests. In your e-mail, please include the following information:

You will receive an e-mail reply with cost and payment details. Orders are payable by personal check. If you don''t receive an order confirmation within 72 hours, please send again (sometimes e-mails get missed in spam).

Stock Images for Editors and Publishers

Editors and publishers may wish to refer to my portfolio for more information on the types of stock images that are available. All images at the Nature In Focus website are available for client licensing and for reproduction. Please do not hesitate to inquire about your specific needs. All inquiries are welcome.