Some trees native to South Florida are the sweet acacia tree and red maple tree. The marlberry is another tree that is native to this area of Florida.
The sweet acacia tree has a high tolerance for droughts and needs a good amount of light and sun exposure. It attracts many types of birds into the yard. The plant has small, yellow flowers year-round, though the best blooming season is spring.
The red maple attracts a variety of different wildlife and has a moderate drought tolerance. It has red foliage in the fall and berries in the winter. The marlberry is a fragrant tree with white year-round blooms and purple fruits.