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Torreya State Park
Located along the Apalachicola River, Torreya State Park contains high river bluffs, a wide range of soil, water and nutrient conditions, as well as a full spectrum of microclimates. This range of niches supports a significant number of unique plants, the combination of which can be found in no other place in the world. Rare plant species include the endangered stinking-cedar and the Florida yew. The steep slopes and ravines also contain a wide assemblage of northern affinity trees, shrubs and herbs.
Location: Liberty County, FL
Year designated: 1976
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Last Updated: June 28, 2012