Amorpha herbacea var. crenulata
This extremely tiny and rare Bellflower is being raised at Bok Tower Gardens in an effort to secure the population's future.
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.
The Apalachicola False Rosemary is found in two disjunct counties (Liberty and Santa Rosa) in the florida Panhandle.
The leaves of the Apalachicola False Rosemary impart a pleasant spicy fragrance when touched.
Dicerandra immaculata var. immaculata
The species name immaculata means spotless or without spots.
The wedge-shaped or cuneate leaves of the Scrub Eryngium, also known as Wedge Eryngo, make this an easy plant to identify in the white sandy scrub of the Florida Ridge.
This is a globally endangered plant found in only two Florida counties.
Lupinus westianus var. aridorum
Although now considered a variety of the Panhandle's Gulf Coast Lupine (Lupinus westianus), Scrub Lupine was previously a separate species, L. aridorum.
How appropriate that this tiny milkwort is named after botanist J. Kunkel Small
Polygonella basiramiaThis plant has female flowers.
Polygonella basiramiaThis can be identified as a male by its black anthers.
Prunus geniculataThe Scrub Plum can be easily distinguished from other Florida plums by its zigzag branches and its existence in scrub habitat.
Rhododendron minus var. chapmanii