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LAMIALES

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Alkali Heliotrope

Latin Name: Heliotropium Curassavicum

Native to the United States

Allegheny Monkeyflower

Latin Name: Mimulus Ringens

Native to eastern North America, and present throughout the eastern half of the continent to the Rocky Mountains, as well as in California, Oregon, and Idaho.

American Bluehearts

Latin Name: Buchnera Americana

Native to the United States as a wildflower, and found throughout most of the eastern half of the U.S. This is a threatened or protected species of plant in several northeastern states.

Arizona Popcorn Flower

Latin Name: Plagiobothrys Arizonicus

Native to the western United States, and found in the dry, arid environments from California east to New Mexico, and south into Mexico.

Axilflower

Latin Name: Mecardonia acuminata

Native to the United States, and found in the eastern half from Illinois to Maryland and south to Texas and Florida.

Bellardia

Latin Name: Bellardia Trixago

Native to the Mediterranean region, but found in northern California and in Texas.

Brittlestem Hempnettle

Latin Name: Galeopsis Tetrahit

Native to Europe, but introduced as an ornamental plant to the United States, where it is now found throughout the northern half of the country as well as in Louisiana.

Broadleaf Plantain

Latin Name: Plantago Major

Native to Europe, but naturalized and now found commonly throughout the United States and southern Canada.

Broomrape

Latin Name: Orobanchaceae

Buckhorn Plantain

Latin Name: Plantago Lanceolata

Introduced from Europe, and now found throughout the United States and Canada.

Bush Monkeyflower

Latin Name: Mimulus Aurantiacus

Native to the western United States.

Chinese Violet

Latin Name: Asystasia Gangetica

A native of Asia, now present in Florida, Hawaii, and the West Indies.

Clasping Heliotrope

Latin Name: Heliotropium Amplexicaule

Native to South America, but introduced as an ornamental plant to many parts of the world. It is now present in the United States along the eastern seaboard south to Florida, west along the Gulf States to Texas, and in California and Hawaii.

Coast Fiddleneck

Latin Name: Amsinckia Intermedia

Coast fiddleneck is native to Oregon and California.

Common Large Monkeyflower

Latin Name: Mimulus Guttatus

Native to the western United States, and found from Alaska to Mexico and from the Rocky Mountains to the west coast, in many locations below 10,000 altitude.

Common Mullein

Latin Name: Verbascum Thapsus

Native to Asia but introduced to the United States from Europe. Common throughout temperate parts of North America, infesting almost any situation in landscape, crops, or non-landscaped soils.

Dalmatian Toadflax

Latin Name: Linaria Genistifolia Dalmatica

Introduced from Europe, possibly as a garden ornamental, and now found as a serious weed problem in the United States throughout the northern states and in the west from Oklahoma to California.

Desert Willow

Latin Name: Chilopsis Linearis

Native to the southwest states of the United States and into Mexico. It is found from Texas north to Kansas and west to California in the more arid regions.

Devil's Claw

Latin Name: Proboscidea Louisianica

Native to the southern United States and northern Mexico, but now introduced to and present in almost all states of the U.S.

Eisen Water Hyssop

Latin Name: Bacopa Eisenii

Native to the United States.

Female Fluvellin

Latin Name: Kickxia Spuria

Native to Europe and now a weed pest in much of California.

Florida Betony

Latin Name: Stachys Floridana

Native to Florida, from which it has been introduced to other areas, and now occurs from Virginia to Texas.

Garden Lippia

Latin Name: Phyla nodiflora

Native to South America, but now widely spread throughout the United States as well as Hawaii, all of Latin America and the West Indies, and Japan and India. It is sold as an ornamental groundcover, and escapes easily to non-landscape habitats.

Ground Ivy

Latin Name: Glechoma Hederacea

Native to Eurasia, but introduced to North America as a garden and herbal plant. It now is found throughout North America to Alaska, with the exception of the dry southwestern states of Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico.

Healall

Latin Name: Prunella Vulgaris

A native of Europe, but now widespread throughout the United States and southern Canada.

Hedge-nettle

Latin Name: Stachys Stricta

Native to California, and found widely in the northern half of the state in cool, wet, creekside habitats.

Henbit

Latin Name: Lamium Amplexicaule

Native to Europe, but now spread throughout North America.

Houndstongue

Latin Name: Cynoglossum Officinale

Native to Europe, but now widespread throughout nearly the entire United States and southern Canada. Currently not found in Texas, Florida, or a few other southeastern states.

Ivyleaf Speedwell

Latin Name: Veronica Hederaefolia

Native to Europe, and now found along the eastern states of the U.S. from southern Canada into Georgia.

Lantana

Latin Name: Lantana camara

A native plant in North America and Latin America, and found widely in warmer climates from North Carolina to Florida and west to California. It also occurs in Hawaii and the West Indies, and south in much of Latin America. It is a common ornamental plant and is spread easily by commerce.

Lemon Bacopa

Latin Name: Bacopa Caroliniana

Native to the U.S., and found commonly throughout Florida and in surrounding states.

Lesser Butter And Eggs Toadflax

Latin Name: Linaria Supine

Native to Europe, but introduced to the United States as a garden ornamental, and now found in California, Oregon, Idaho, and several states in the area of Pennsylvania.

Lion's Ear

Latin Name: Leonotis Lepetaefolia

A native of tropical Africa, but cultivated as a garden plant and introduced to the United States. It can be found from North Carolina south to Florida and west to Texas, commonly in Hawaii, and in the West Indies.

Lyre-leaf Sage

Latin Name: Salvia Lyrata

Native to North America, and found from Texas north to Illinois and east to nearly every state in eastern U.S., as well as south into Mexico.

Marshweed

Latin Name: Limnophila Spp.

Moth Mullein

Latin Name: Verbascum Blattaria

Native of Europe – now widespread in the United States

Myoporum

Latin Name: Myoporaceae

Northern Bugleweed

Latin Name: Lycopus Uniflorus

Native to North America, and found throughout the upper two thirds of the United States, from California to Georgia, and throughout Canada north to Alaska.

Owl's Clover

Latin Name: Orthocarpus Purpurascens

A native plant that is widely distributed in the western United States, south into Mexico and north into southern Canada.

Paleseed Plantain

Latin Name: Plantago Virginica

Native to the United States, and found from Atlantic to Pacific coasts, south into Mexico, north into Canada, Hawaii, the West Indies and Japan.

Persian Speedwell

Latin Name: Veronica Persica

Native to Europe and now widespread in North America.

Purple Deadnettle

Latin Name: Lamium Purpureum

Native to Eurasia, but now found throughout most of North America up to Alaska.

Purslane Speedwell

Latin Name: Veronica peregrina

Native to the United States, and found throughout the U.S.

Sharppoint Fluvellin

Latin Name: Kickxia Elatine

Native to Europe, but introduced to the U.S., where it now is found along the West Coast and throughout the eastern half of the country.

Slender Speedwell

Latin Name: Veronica Filiformis

Native to Eurasia, but introduced to the United States as an ornamental plant, and now is widespread in the northern states, from coast to coast.

Smooth Water Hyssop

Latin Name: Bacopa Monnieri

Native to the southeastern states of the U.S., and found from Florida to California in the southern half of the United States, as well as in Hawaii and the West Indies.

Southern Catalpa Tree

Latin Name: Catalpa Bignonioides

Native to the Gulf states of North America, but sold widely as a garden ornamental tree. It is a prolific seed producer, and commonly escapes cultivation to grown along roadsides, in vacant lots, or other disturbed sites, generally where water is available. Found throughout the eastern half of the U.S., along the Pacific Coast, and in Arizona, New Mexico, and North Dakota.

Spearmint

Latin Name: Mentha Spicata

Native to Europe, but introduced as an herb for its fragrance and as an additive in recipes. Widespread in the United States.

Starwort

Latin Name: Callitriche

Tall Vervain

Latin Name: Verbena Bonariensis

A native of South America, now a common weed in much of California, where it favors habitats of high moisture along ditch banks or roadsides, as well as stream beds that dry up in the summer.

Trumpet-creeper

Latin Name: Campsis Radicans

Native to the eastern half of the United States, but sold as a landscape ornamental and now found throughout the U.S.

Twinflower

Latin Name: Dyschoriste Oblongifolia

Native to the southeast United States, occurring from Mississippi to Florida and north to Virginia. This is considered a wildflower and generally is not a noxious weed.

Valley Popcorn Flower

Latin Name: Plagiobothrys Canescens

Native to the west coast of the United States, and widely distributed throughout California.

Vervain, Blue

Latin Name: Verbena hastate

A native North American plant, occurring in nearly every state in the United States, and into Canada and Mexico.

Vervain, Jamaica

Latin Name: Stachytarpheta jamaicensis

Native to tropical North and Latin Americas, and found in the United States in Florida and Alabama. It also has been introduced to Hawaii, where it is an extremely common roadside weed.

Vervain, prostrate

Latin Name: Verbena bracteata

A native weed in North America, and found throughout virtually every state in the U.S., in southern Canada and south into Latin America.

Vinegarweed

Latin Name: Trichostema Lanceolatum

Native to the west coast of the United States, and distributed throughout California and into southern Canada.

Water Speedwell

Latin Name: Veronica Anagallis-aquatica

Native to Europe but introduced to North America, and found in nearly every state, in Mexico south into South America, and north throughout Canada to Alaska.

White Horehound

Latin Name: Marrubium Vulgare

A native of Europe, but probably introduced to the United States as a garden herb and now widely distributed in the U. S.

Wild Basil

Latin Name: Clinopodium Vulgare

Native to North America, and found sporadically throughout many states from coast to coast.

Wild Bergamot

Latin Name: Monarda Fistulosa

Native to North America, and found throughout Canada and the United States, with the exception of the west coast and Florida. It may occur in Oregon.

Wild Mint

Latin Name: Mentha Arvensis

Native to North America, and found throughout the U.S. and Canada to Alaska, with the exception of the extreme southeast states.

Wooly Plantain

Latin Name: Plantago Patagonica

Native to the western United States, and occurring in California and Oregon.

Yellow Toadflax

Latin Name: Linaria Vulgaris

Native to Eurasia, but introduced to the United States as an ornamental plant in the 1800's. Now found throughout North America as an aggressive invader of rangeland, where it displaces desirable grasses. Also a noxious weed along roadsides, cultivated fields, and low maintenance turf and landscape.

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