Wild Florida Photo - Family: Apocynaceae - Dogbane





flower with rough-veiny petals

Members of the Apocynaceae family at Wild Florida Photo:
Allamanda - allamanda

1 species of Allamanda at Wild Florida Photo

Allamanda cathartica
Golden Trumpet
plant in bloom

Amsonia - bluestar

2 species of Amsonia at Wild Florida Photo

Amsonia tabernaemontana
Eastern Bluestar

Angadenia - pineland golden trumpet

1 species of Angadenia at Wild Florida Photo

Angadenia berteroi
Pineland Golden Trumpet
side view, showing leaves, open and unopen flowers and fruit

Asclepias - milkweed

13 species of Asclepias at Wild Florida Photo

Asclepias tuberosa
Butterfly Weed
flowers and buds

Catharanthus - periwinkle

1 species of Catharanthus at Wild Florida Photo

Catharanthus roseus
Madagascar Periwinkle
upper part of plant and flower

Echites - echites

1 species of Echites at Wild Florida Photo


flower with smooth-looking petals

Gonolobus - gonolobus

1 species of Gonolobus at Wild Florida Photo

Gonolobus suberosus
Angularfruit Milkvine
pair of leaves on vine

Matelea - milkvine

2 species of Matelea at Wild Florida Photo

Matelea floridana
Florida Milkvine
medium shot showing leaves and flowers

Nerium - oleander

1 species of Nerium at Wild Florida Photo

Nerium oleander

1 species of Orthosia at Wild Florida Photo

Orthosia scoparia
Leafless Swallowwort
vine with leaves, tendrils and both immature fruit and empty husks

Pattalias - swallow-wort

1 species of Pattalias at Wild Florida Photo

Pattalias palustre
Gulf Coast Swallowwort
vine with great southern white butterfly

Pentalinon - pentalinon

1 species of Pentalinon at Wild Florida Photo

Pentalinon luteum
Wild Allamanda
flower, leaves and vine

Plumeria - plumeria

2 species of Plumeria at Wild Florida Photo

Plumeria pucida
Bridal Bouquet
plant with flowers

Sarcostemma - twinevine

1 species of Sarcostemma at Wild Florida Photo

Sarcostemma clausum
White Twinevine
showing flowers and vine

Click on the genus name to see the species of that genus at Wild Florida Photo

Apocynaceae is a member of the Order Gentianales