Acer saccharum ssp. floridanumThe Florida Maple is a subspecies of the familiar Sugar Maple that is found throughout much of the eastern Untied States. This Florida version of the sugar maple was first recognized by the famous botanist Alvan Wentworth Chapman in 1860.
Amorpha herbacea var. crenulata
Asimina trilobaThis is the species commercially grown for its fruits.
Baccharis glomerulifloraThis shrub can be distinguished from the other two Baccharis species found in Florida by its stalkless flowers and wider leaves.
Baccharis glomerulifloraTthis is one of the three groundsels found in Florida. This species is usually found in floodplain forests.
Pine flatwoods and swales are found on the landward side of coastal dunes.
Calycanthus floridus Also called sweetshrub, the flowers have a strong spicy fragrance that smell like a mix of cinnamon and strawberry to me. It is an heirlom shrub that deserves a place in any landscaped yard, formal or informal.
Carpinus carolinianaThe brownish papery "leaves" are actually papery bracts surrounding the tree's fruits. the American Hornbeam is also called Musclewood because you can feel sinews when you slide your hand down its smooth trunk.