Check lists for Vascular Plants of Rhode Island. Rhode Island Natural History Survey
Based on Lisa L. Gould, Richard W. Enser, Richard E. Champlin, and Irene H. Stuckey, 1998, Vascular Flora of Rhode Island: A List of Native and Naturalized Plants, Rhode Island Natural History Survey.
GoBotany. New England Wildflower Society
Online website for identifying, sharing, exploring, and discovering New England’s plants, for beginners and experts; includes over 3,500 native and naturalized plants of New England.
Find the right native plant for your landscape.
RI Native Plant Guide. University of Rhode Island Outreach Center and the Rhode Island Natural History Survey.
Database of 400 Rhode Island native plants selected for their ornamental value, potential for use in landscape/garden projects (including restorations) and ease of propagation. Searchable on a variety of attributes e.g. plant type, size, growing conditions, edible value for humans, attractive to birds.
Rhode Island Ferns, Rhode Island Orchids and Rhode Island Violets. Among Rhode Island Wild Flowers
Resources created by naturalists and amateur botanists who have who have walked many miles observing and recording the varieties of these plants in Rhode Island. Both Ferns and Orchids include the counties where these plants are located.
Haines, Arthur. Flora Novae Angliae: A Manual for the Identification of Native and Naturalized Vascular Plants of New England, Yale University Press, 2011.
Gould, Lisa L., Enser, Richard W., Champlin, Richard E., and Stuckey, Irene H. Vascular Flora of Rhode Island: A List of Native and Naturalized Plants, Rhode Island Natural History Survey, 1998.
Enser, R., D. Gregg, C. Sparks, P. August, P. Jordan, J. Coit, C. Raithel, B. Tefft, B. Payton, C. Brown, C. LaBash, S. Comings, and K. Ruddock. 2011. Rhode Island Ecological Communities Classification. Technical Report. Rhode Island Natural History Survey, Kingston, RI.