ⓘ Category:Flora of the Eastern United States

Amelanchier arborea

Amelanchier arborea, is native to eastern North America from the Gulf Coast north to Thunder Bay in Ontario and Lake St. John in Quebec, and west to Texas and Minnesota. Other common names are "shadberry" as their flowering coincides with the shad runs in New England, "Juneberries," because the berries, usually in June, and "service" or "Sarvice" berries, because the flowering means that the muddy roads in "the cave and shouts" Appalachia soon to be passible for circuit-riding preachers and communities will have a Sunday service again. North American Arborea is usually high 16-39 5-12 m ft ...

Baptisia bracteata

Baptisia bracteata, otherwise known as longbract wild indigo, long-bract wild indigo, long-bracted wild indigo, or cream false indigo, is a perennial herbaceous plant that is native to the central and eastern United States. It is one of the earliest blooming species of Baptisia, beginning to bloom in March in certain areas of the United States. The bloom color ranges from white to creamy yellow. The flower clusters spread out sideways or sprawl across the ground, unlike most other Baptisia species, which have vertical racemes. The flowers are visited by bumblebees. The caterpillars of seve ...

Chamaecrista fasciculata

Chamaecrista fasciculata, the partridge pea, is a species of legume native to most of the eastern United States. It is an annual which grows to approximately 0.5 meters tall. It has bright yellow flowers from early summer until first frost, with flowers through the entire flowering season if rainfall is sufficient. Flowers are hermaphroditic, although some of the plants, less than 5%, do not produce sufficient pollen to reproduce as males. This phenomenon has been investigated in many plants as a possible evolutionary step towards dioecy, in which male and female flowers occur on different ...

Coreopsis major

Coreopsis major is a North American species of tickseeds, in the sunflower family. It is native to the eastern United States, from Louisiana to Virginia and as far inland as Indiana and Ohio. There are isolated populations in Pennsylvania, Long Island, and Massachusetts, most likely escapes from cultivation. Coreopsis major is a perennial herbaceous plant up to 90 cm 3 ft tall with yellow flower heads.

Corydalis flavula

Corydalis flavula Kuntze, Fumaria flavula Raf) is an herbaceous perennial plant native to the eastern United States. Its natural habitat is open woods and slopes.

Gaura biennis

Gaura biennis, commonly known as biennial gaura or biennial beeblossom, is a native biennial plant that can reach anywhere from 1.2–1.8 m in height at maturity. Its upper half is made up of flowering stems, which are covered with soft, white hairs. G. biennis is most well known for its light pink colored flowers, which turn a vibrant red/pink color in the late summer to early fall seasons. These colors make this plant attractive to butterflies and bees, and are in full bloom just before many fall plant species begin to bloom. The study was done in order to test the hybridization between di ...


ⓘ Flora of the Eastern United States

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  • and the eastern United States It can be found in a variety of habitats, such as forests, shrublands, thickets, woodlands, and mountains. The orchid is
  • of the eastern United States as far west as Wisconsin and Texas. There are two subspecies. Britton, N.L., and A. Brown. 1913. Illustrated flora of the
  • native to the eastern United States where it occurs in the southern Appalachian Mountains from Virginia to Alabama, and also in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey
  • woodland. It is the most common blue - eyed grass of the eastern United States and is also cultivated as an ornamental. Range: Eastern Canada and US, west