A Guide to



Flowering Plants of South Florida

Page One: Aceraceae to Asteraceae

Four-Petal Pawpaw

Four-petal pawpaw, member of Annonaceae, photographed at Four-petal Pawpaw Natural Area, Palm Beach Gardens.




Welcome to Wild South Florida's guide to the flowering plants of South Florida — and more. The guide is divided into four pages pages, with photos of more than 400 plants organized alphabetically by family. On the last page, you'll find mangroves, ferns and lichens. Note: this page is under construction. Most plants are linked to detailed profiles but many newer additions are not. They will be added over time.

Aceraceae — Maple Family



Acquifoliaceae — Holly Family



Adoxaceae — Elderberry



Agavaceae — Agave Family



Alismataceae — Water Plantains



Amaranthaceae — Amaranth Family



Amarylilidaceae — Lilies



Ancathaceae — Wild Petunias and Other Tropical Flowers



Annonaceae — Custard Apple Family



Apiaceae — Carrot Family



Apocynaceae — Milkweeds, Dog Bane



Aracardiaceae — Poison Ivy, Sumac, Mango



Araceae — Arum Family



Araliaceae — Schefflera Family



Arecaceae — Palms



Asperagaceae — Asperagus Family

Asteraceae — Daisy, Sunflower Family





Published by Wild South Florida, PO Box 7241, Delray Beach, FL 33482.

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