Atlas of Florida Vascular Plants
Florida, with over 4,100 species of native or naturalized ferns and seed plants, is the third most floristically diverse state in the United States. This project is a database of all documented plant taxa growing wild in Florida and the distribution (by county) of each. Distribution maps and nomenclature are available online.
Flora of Florida (Volume 1 available now)
The purpose of the Flora of Florida project is to produce a comprehensive treatment of all the vascular plants in the state that grow outside of cultivation.
A Guide to Vascular Plants of Florida, Second Edition
A comprehensive identification manual of the highly diverse flora of Florida, and it will serve as the definitive guide to Florida's vascular plants.
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