Wild cocoa (Eulophia alta) is a native orchid species (FACW) that is common through central and south Florida. It flowers from July until January and can be found in a variety of habitats.
Woodland Poppymallow or Wine Cups (Callirhoe papaver) is a State listed plant (endangered) that is occasionally found in pinelands and fields in northern Florida. It is a tap-rooted, drought tolerant perennial species.
Pineland Daisy or Woolly Sunbonnets (Chaptalia tomentosa, FACW) is common throughout the State and as it's name suggests, usually found within Pineland habitats.
The tung oil tree (Vernicia fordii) is an EPPC II invasive that is relatively common throughout the northern half of Florida. It is a medium sized deciduous tree with a latex like sticky sap.
Yellow fringed orchid (Platanthera ciliaris) is a Threatened (State) species that occurs occasionally throughout most of the northern half of the State.
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Tar Flower (Bejaria racemosa, FAC) is the only species in it's family. We often find it alongside saw palmetto and gallberry in pinelands throughout Florida .
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