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Croton capitatus

Croton capitatus, known as the hogwort or woolly croton or goatweed, is an annual plant with erect, branched stems, densely covered with light brown, wooly hairs that give it a whitish appearance. It grows in dry, open areas, especially sandy and ...

Dicerandra

Dicerandra is a genus of flowering plants in the mint family. Dicerandra comprises 11 species: six perennial and five annual species. The perennials have narrow ranges in Central Florida with small population sizes and only occur on ancient dune ...

Dicerandra odoratissima

Dicerandra odoratissima, commonly known as the rose balm, is a species of Dicerandra native to the Southeastern Coastal Plain, with a geographic range that extends from eastern Georgia to southern South Carolina. Kral originally suggested that th ...

Ditrysinia

Ditrysinia is a plant genus of the family Euphorbiaceae first described as a genus in 1825. It contains only one recognized species, Ditrysinia fruticosa, the Gulf Sebastian-bush, native to the southeastern United States. Formerly included moved ...

Eriogonum longifolium var. gnaphalifolium

Eriogonum longifolium Nutt. var. gnaphalifolium Gand., commonly referred to as scrub buckwheat is a dicot of the Polygonaceae family. It is listed as threatened in the US and endangered in Florida. Within Florida its most closely related species ...

Eriogonum longifolium var. harperi

Eriogonum longifolium var. harperi, also known as Harpers buckwheat or Harpers umbrella plant, is a dicot of the family Polygonaceae, found in areas of nutrient-poor shale soils in Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee. It lives inconspicuously in an i ...

Eriogonum tomentosum

Eriogonum tomentosum, commonly referred to as dogtongue buckwheat or dogtongue wild buckwheat, is a species in the Polygonaceae family.

Gentiana catesbaei

Gentiana catesbaei, commonly called Elliots gentian, American gentian, or bottle gentian, is a wildflower native to the eastern North America. It grows in the swampy areas from Virginia to Florida and has showy, pale blue flowers which appear in ...

Hydrangea radiata

Hydrangea radiata is an attractive, deciduous shrub up to 3 m tall, its natural range is limited to the southern Appalachians, where it is fairly common. Its common names - silverleaf hydrangea or snowy hydrangea - reflect its distinctive foliage ...

Hypericum dolabriforme

Hypericum dolabriforme, the straggling St. Johnswort or glade St. Johns-wort, is a species of flowering plant in the St. Johns wort family native to the United States.

Hypericum galioides

Hypericum galioides, the bedstraw St. Johnswort, is a species of flowering plant in the St. Johns wort family, Hypericaceae. It is endemic to the Southeastern United States.

Iresine rhizomatosa

Iresine rhizomatosa is a species of plant in the family Amaranthaceae. It is native to the Americas. In the United States, it has a spotty distribution, being concentrated in the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains and along the coast. It is often found ...

Jamesianthus

Jamesianthus is a genus of North American flowering plants in the daisy family. The genus is named in honour of the botanist USA Robert Leslie James 1897-1977. Species There is only one known species, Jamesianthus alabamensis, is called, Alabama ...

Juncus megacephalus

Juncus megacephalus, the bighead rush, is a plant species native to the United States. It is known from every seacoast state from Texas to Maryland, as well as Massachusetts, growing in freshwater marshes, sand dunes, and disturbed sites at eleva ...

Kalmia hirsuta

Kalmia hirsuta, the hairy mountain-laurel, is a plant species native to the southeastern United States. It is reported from Florida, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina. It grows in open, sandy locations such as savannahs, sand hills and pine bar ...

Liatris squarrulosa

Liatris squarrulosa, commonly called Appalachian blazing star or southern blazingstar, is an herbaceous perennial plant is the aster family. It is native to the Southeastern United States where it is found in naturally open communities, such as p ...

Lonicera canadensis

Lonicera canadensis is a flowering deciduous, perennial, phanerophytic shrub which is monoclinous and grows 1–2 m tall. It is the only member of its genus with hairless leaf structures. It typically flowers from the last week of April until the t ...

Ludwigia glandulosa

Ludwigia glandulosa, the cylindricfruit primrose-willow, is an amphibious plant from southeast United States. It can grow partially or fully submerged. It grows very slowly and needs carbon dioxide in order to grow well. The leaves of this plant ...

Lupinus diffusus

Lupinus diffusus is a species of lupine native to the southeastern United States, from North Carolina south to Florida and west to Mississippi. It is restricted to very dry, sandy soils, often in open pine or oak woodlands. It is a perennial herb ...

Lyonia ferruginea

Lyonia ferruginea, the rusty staggerbush, is a plant of the genus Lyonia. It was first described by Thomas Walter, and was named by Thomas Nuttall. No subspecies are listed in the Catalog of Life.

Macbridea

Macbridea is a small genus of plants in the family Lamiaceae, first described in 1818. It is native to the southeastern United States. Species Macbridea caroliniana Walter S.F.Blake - Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North + South Carolina. Macbridea a ...

Marshallia

Marshallia is a genus of plants in the sunflower tribe within the daisy family. Marshallia is native to South-East and South-Central United States. The common name applied to most species of the genus button Barbaras.

Matelea baldwyniana

Matelea baldwyniana is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae known by the common name Baldwins milkvine. It is native to the southeastern United States.

Matelea decipiens

Matelea decipiens is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae known by the common name oldfield milkvine. It is native to the southeastern United States, where it grows in open deciduous woods and stream banks. It is a perennial twi ...

Myrica pensylvanica

Myrica pensylvanica, the northern bayberry, is a species of Myrica native to eastern North America, from Newfoundland west to Ontario and Ohio, and south to North Carolina. It is also classified as Morella pensylvanica. Mopsi Pensylvanica is a de ...

Pachysandra procumbens

Pachysandra procumbens, the Allegheny pachysandra or Allegheny spurge, is a flowering plant in the family Buxaceae, native to the southeast United States from West Virginia and Kentucky south to Florida, and west to Louisiana. The name Allegheny ...

Packera tomentosa

Packera tomentosa is a species of flowering plant in the composite family known by the common name woolly ragwort. It is native to the Southeastern United States, primarily to the coastal plain but extending into some areas inland. Its preferred ...

Parietaria praetermissa

Parietaria praetermissa, the clustered pellitory, is a plant species native to the coastal plains of the southeastern United States, i.e., Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina. It grows in hammocks, waste places, calcare ...

Penstemon tenuiflorus

Penstemon tenuiflorus, commonly known as eastern whiteflower beardtongue, is a species of flowering plant in the plantain family. It is native only to a small area of the Southeastern United States, in the southern Interior Low Plateau and Black ...

Philadelphus pubescens

Philadelphus pubescens is a species of flowering plant in the hydrangea family known by the common name hoary mock orange. It is native to the eastern United States. It is a perennial shrub. The flowers are white.

Phoebanthus

Phoebanthus, called the false sunflower, is a genus of North American plants in the sunflower tribe within the daisy family. Phoebanthus includes two species of herbaceous perennials that are native to the southeastern United States the genus is ...

Pinguicula pumila

Pinguicula pumila, commonly known as the small butterwort or dwarf butterwort is a small species of carnivorous plant in the genus Pinguicula. It is native to the southeastern United States, where it grows in habitats where soil is poor in nutrition.

Rhododendron arborescens

Rhododendron arborescens, also known as smooth azalea or sweet azalea, generally blooms in late spring and early summer. They are named sweet azalea after their sweet aroma. The flowers range in color from white to pink with red stamens. Their gl ...

Rhododendron atlanticum

Rhododendron atlanticum, is a species of Rhododendron native to coastal areas of the eastern United States, from New Jersey south to Georgia. It is a deciduous shrub 50-150 cm in height, forms a dense undergrowth in the forests, spreading undergr ...

Rhododendron colemanii

Rhododendron colemanii, the Red Hills azalea, is a species of Rhododendron native to the upper coastal plain of Alabama and western Georgia in the United States. This species was previously confused with Rhododendron alabamense and its hybrids, b ...

Rhododendron minus var. minus

Rhododendron minus var. minus, the Carolina azalea or Carolina rhododendron, is a rhododendron species native to the mountains of North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Northeast Georgia. It is commonly known as Rhododendron carolinianum ...

Ruellia pedunculata

Ruellia pedunculata, the stalked wild petunia, is a wild petunia with blue or violet flowers that appear in the spring. Its leaves are light green. This species is native to the southeastern United States.

Scutellaria cardiophylla

Scutellaria cardiophylla, known as gulf skullcap and heartleaf skullcap, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family. It is native to Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma, it is considered a rare/imperiled species across most of its range.

Scutellaria ovata

Scutellaria ovata, commonly known as the heartleaf skullcap, is a member of the mint family. Its range in the United States is from Minnesota to Florida, and from Texas to the Atlantic coast. It is also native to Mexico.

Sesbania drummondii

Sesbania drummondii, known as poisonbean, rattlebox and rattlebush, is a medium-sized perennial shrub in the legume family Fabaceae. It is native to the southeastern United States, from Texas east to Florida. These shrubs a woody base growing fro ...

Sophronanthe

Sophronanthe is a small genus of flowering plants in the Veronica family. The two included species are native to the Southeastern United States. These species were recently included in the genus Gratiola, but a study in 2008 showed that there are ...

Stylosanthes biflora

Stylosanthes biflora, known by the common name sidebeak pencilflower, is a species of flowering plant in the legume family. It is native to the Southeastern United States where it is widespread in open areas of native vegetation. It producers yel ...

Thyrsanthella difformis

Thyrsanthella difformis, the climbing dogbane, is a species of flowering plant in the dogbane family. It is an uncommon to locally common deciduous low-growing woody vine native to the southeastern United States, found more often though not exclu ...

Trilisa

Trilisa is a genus of flowering plants in the boneset tribe within the daisy family. Some taxonomists group Trilisa and Litrisa in the genus Carphephorus. Species Trilisa paniculata J.F.Gmel. Cass. - Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North and South Car ...

Utricularia inflata

Utricularia inflata, commonly known as the swollen bladderwort, inflated bladderwort, or large floating bladderwort, is a large suspended aquatic carnivorous plant that belongs to the genus Utricularia. It is a perennial that is native to the sou ...

Viola walteri

Viola walteri, the prostrate blue violet, is a perennial plant in the violet family. It is native to Southeastern and Appalachian North America. It is generally uncommon throughout its range, with populations becoming fragmented in the north. Vio ...

Zenobia (plant)

Zenobia is a hairless shrub, sometimes with a waxy coating on the foliage. The leaves are elliptical or egg-shaped. The plant has numerous white flowers in flat-topped or elongated arrays, each flower has 5 separate sepals and 5 united petals, fo ...

Astragalus nuttallianus

Astragalus nuttallianus is a species of milkvetch known by the common names smallflower milkvetch and turkeypeas. It is native to the southwestern and south central United States and northern Mexico, where it can be found in many types of habitat ...

Astragalus sabulonum

Astragalus sabulonum is a species of milkvetch known by the common name gravel milkvetch. It is native to the Southwestern United States and California, from desert to mountain habitats. This is a hairy annual herb with stems to a height of appro ...

Brickelliastrum

Brickelliastrum is a North American genus of flowering plants in the tribe boneset tribe within the sunflower family. Brickelliastrum has at times been lumped with Brickellia or Steviopsis, but chromosome number and molecular data are in agreemen ...

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