A Photographic Guide to



Flowering Plants of South Florida

Page Two: Boraginaceae to Iteaceae

skyblue lupine

Skyblue lupine, photographed at Jonathan Dickinson State Park.



Welcome to Page 2 of Wild South Florida's guide to the flowering plants of South Florida. Plants are organized alphabetically by family. Please pardon our "dust" as we continue to build these pages.

Boraginaceae — Forget-Me-Not Family



Brassicaceae — Mustard Family

Bromeliaceae — Bromeliad Family



Burceraceae — Torchwood Family



Cactaceae — Cactus Family

Campanulaceae — Lobelias



Cannabaceae



Cannaceae



Capperaceae — Caper Family



Caricaceae — Papayas



Casuaraceae — Australian Pines



Chrysobalanaceae — Coco Plum Family



Cistaceae — Frostweeds/Rock Roses



Cleomaceae — Jackass Clovers



Commelinaceae — Dayflowers and Spiderworts



Convolvulaceae — Morning Glories



Crassulaceae



Cucurbitaceae — Cucumbers and Squashes



Cupressaceae



Cyperaceae — Sedges



Dioscoreaceae



Droseraceae — Sundew Family



Empetraceae — Crowberry Family



Ericaceae — Heath Family



Eriocaulaceae — Pipeworts



Euphorbiaceae — Spurges, Including Poinsettias



Fabaceae — Pea Family



Fagaceae — Oaks



Gentianaceae



Goodeniaceae



Haemodoraceae — Bloodwort Family



Haloraginaceae



Hydrophyllaceae — Waterleaf Family



Hypericaceae — St. John's Worts



Hypoxidaceae



Iridaceae — Irises



Iteaceae



Juglandaceae — Pecans, Walnuts





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Photographs by David Sedore. Photographs are property of the publishers and may not be used without permission.