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Alfalfa

Latin Name: Medicago Sativa

Native to Eurasia, but introduced as a forage crop, and now grown extensively as animal feed. Often escapes or is seeded along roadsides by transport, becoming established in waste places and roadsides.

Alsike

Latin Name: Trifolium Hybridum

Native to Europe, but now widespread in the United States along the Pacific and Atlantic coast states.

Alyce Clover

Latin Name: Alysicarpus Vaginalis

Native to the Old World tropics, but introduced to the U.S. and now found throughout the southeastern states north to Virginia, as well as in Hawaii and the West Indies.

Bag Pod

Latin Name: Glottidium Vesicarium

A native plant in North America, found from Texas throughout the southeast states to Florida and North Carolina.

Bastard Indigo

Latin Name: Amorpha Fruticosa

Native to North America, and found in nearly every state in the U.S. as well as into Canada and Mexico.

Bird Vetch

Latin Name: Vicia Cracca

Native to Europe, but found throughout the U.S. in the northern states and many southern states, as well as in Canada to Alaska and in Hawaii.

Birdsfoot Trefoil

Latin Name: Lotus Corniculatus

Introduced from Europe as a desirable forage plant used in irrigated pastures. Now found throughout the United States and southern Canada as a problem weed in landscape and turf, as well as in cultivated crops.

Black Locust

Latin Name: Robinia Pseudoacacia

Native to North America, and in the United States found in virtually all states. A common landscape tree that easily escapes cultivation to become an invasive plant along roadsides and in undisturbed areas.

Black Medic

Latin Name: Medicago Lupulina

Native to eastern Europe and Asia, but now found throughout the United States.

Burclover

Latin Name: Medicago Polymorpha

Native to Eurasia, and now widespread in the western United States.

Bush Bean

Latin Name: Macroptilium Sp.

A native plant in the United States, and found in the extreme southeast states.

Clustered Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Glomeratum

Native to Europe, but introduced to North America where it now is found uncommonly in the southeast states as well as California, Oregon, and Hawaii.

Coffee Senna

Latin Name: Senna Occidentalis

Native to Latin America, but introduced to the United States. It is present throughout the southeastern states from Texas north to Iowa, east to Virginia and south to Florida. It is also present in Hawaii.

Common Lespedeza

Latin Name: Kummerowia Striata

Native to Asia, but found throughout much of the eastern half of the United States.

Common Vetch

Latin Name: Vicia Sativa

One of many species of vetch introduced from Europe as an ornamental or forage plant. These have escaped to become common roadside and pasture weeds.

Creeping Beggarweed

Latin Name: Desmodium Canum

Possibly native to Latin America, and now found from Florida to Texas along the Gulf States, in the West Indies and throughout Latin America, as well as in Tropical Africa and Hawaii.

Creeping Indigo

Latin Name: Indigofera Spicata

Native to Africa, and now found in a number of Asian countries as well as in Florida and Hawaii in the United States.

Creeping Lespedeza

Latin Name: Lespedeza Repens

Native to North America, and found throughout the eastern United States from Texas north to Wisconsin, and east along the entire east coast.

Crimson Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Incarnatum

A native of Europe, but introduced as an ornamental plant to many other areas, and now widely spread throughout the United States in the eastern half of the country and along the west coast, as well as in Hawaii.

Everlasting Peavine

Latin Name: Lathyrus Latifolius

Native to Europe and introduced as a garden vine. Commonly escapes to become a roadside nuisance.

Fuzzy Rattle-pod

Latin Name: Crotalaria Incana

Native to tropical Latin America and the southern United States, where it is present from Texas east to Florida and South Carolina. It also has been introduced to Hawaii.

Hairy Indigo

Latin Name: Indigofera Hirsuta

An introduced plant that now is found in Florida and surrounding states, as well as in Puerto Rico.

Hairy Vetch

Latin Name: Vicia Villosa

One of many species of vetch introduced from Europe as an ornamental or forage plant. These have escaped to become common roadside and pasture weeds.

Hemp Sesbania

Latin Name: Sesbania Exaltata

A native plant found commonly throughout the southeast states from Florida to New York, west to Texas, and in California and Arizona.

Honey Locust

Latin Name: Gleditsia Triacanthos

Native to Europe, but widely utilized as an ornamental garden and roadside tree, from which it easily escapes to non-cultivated areas. Now found throughout North America.

Japanese Tea

Latin Name: Chamaecrista Nictitans Patellaria

Native to eastern Asia, but introduced to Hawaii prior to 1870.

Kudzu

Latin Name: Pueraria Thunbergiana

Native to Japan and China, and introduced during an 1896 gardening exposition in Philadelphia.

Large Hopclover

Latin Name: Trifolium Campestre

Native to Europe, and now found widespread in the U.S. and north to Canada and Alaska. Not found in the southwestern states.

Lindley's Annual Lupine

Latin Name: Lupinus Bicolor

Native to the western United States, and present as several varieties from California north into Canada.

Mimosa Vine

Latin Name: Mimosa Strigillosa

A native plant in the United States, occurring in Florida and Georgia west to Texas and Oklahoma and north to Missouri, as well as through Mexico into South America.

Phasey Bean

Latin Name: Macroptilium Lathyroides

A native plant in the United States, and found in the extreme southeast states and into the West Indies, as well as in Hawaii.

Pink Fuzzybean

Latin Name: Strophostyles Umbellata

Native to North America, and found in Texas north to Missouri, and in nearly all states east of the Mississippi River.

Purple Bushbean

Latin Name: Macroptilium Atropurpureum

Native to the southern United States and Latin America, and introduced to Hawaii prior to 1870. In the U.S. it is found in Arizona, Texas, and Florida.

Purple Vetch

Latin Name: Vicia Benghalensis

Native to Europe, and currently found as an escape from cultivation in much of California and in New York. Found along roadsides, in disturbed sites, and wooded areas, similar to other vetch species.

Rabbitfoot Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Arvense

A native of Europe, but introduced to North America where it now occurs throughout the eastern half of the United States, all of southern Canada, and in the western U.S. along the Pacific Coast and in the states bordering Canada. It also occurs in Hawaii.

Rattlebush

Latin Name: Sesbania Punicea

Native to South America, but commonly used as an ornamental plant, and now escaped from cultivation and common in many other parts of the world. It is a particularly noxious weed in South Africa. In the United States it can be found in California, and from Texas east to Florida and north to Virginia.

Red Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Pratense

Native to Eurasia, but introduced as a pasture plant which has escaped cultivation and is now widespread in the United States.

Sensitive Pea

Latin Name: Chamaecrista Nictitans

Native to North America, and found from Arizona east to Louisiana and Missouri, and in every state east of the Mississippi River.

Sensitive Plant

Latin Name: Mimosa Pudica

Native to tropical areas of North and South America, but now spread widely throughout the world. It is found in Florida and a few coastal states north of Florida, as well as commonly in Hawaii and the West Indies.

Showy Rattlebox

Latin Name: Crotalaria Spectabilis

Native to the Indo-Malaysian region, but often planted as an ornamental. It is now found throughout the southeast third of the U.S. north into Illinois, as well as in the Caribbean and Hawaii. It also is found on other Pacific Islands, where it is considered a noxious weed and a threat to native ecosystems.

Shyleaf

Latin Name: Aeschynomene Americana

A native plant in North America, where it is found in Florida and surrounding southeastern states, as well as in the West Indies.

Silk Tree

Latin Name: Albizia Julibrissin

Native to a wide area of Asia, but introduced as a garden ornamental, and now found widely throughout the southern half of the United States, into Mexico, and north along the east coast to New York.

Smooth Crotalaria

Latin Name: Crotalaria Pallida Var. Obovata

An introduced plant, native to Latin America, and now found in the southeastern U.S., Hawaii, and the West Indies.

Southern Pencil-flower

Latin Name: Stylosanthes Hamata

A native plant in Florida, and found also in the West Indies.

Spanish Broom

Latin Name: Sparteum Junceum

Native to the Mediterranean region, but introduced to many other continents, and found widely along the west coast of the United States and southern Canada. It also has been introduced to Hawaii.

Spanish Clover

Latin Name: Lotus Purshianus

Native to the western United States, and widely distributed from southern Canada south into Mexico in the west.

Subterranean Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Subterraneum

Native to Europe and introduced to the United States, where it now is found along the Pacific Coast, and from Louisiana along the Gulf States to Florida and sporadically north along the Atlantic Coast.

Summer Lupine

Latin Name: Lupinus Formosus

Native to the west coast states of the United States, and widely distributed as 3 varieties. Occurs from Washington to southern California.

Threeflower Beggarweed

Latin Name: Desmodium Triflorum

Possibly a native in the United States, where it occurs in Florida. It also occurs in Hawaii, throughout the West Indies and Latin America, and on most other continents. Some literature states it is native to Eurasia.

White Clover

Latin Name: Trifolium Repens

Native to Europe, but introduced as an ornamental and forage plant, and now found commonly throughout North America. It is a weed in turf grasses and landscape, as well as in many crop settings. It tolerates close mowing and becomes a problem by outcompeting the turf.

White Leadtree

Latin Name: Leucaena Leucocephala

Native to tropical areas of the United States and Latin America, and present as an introduced plant in Hawaii. In the U.S. it occurs sporadically in Arizona, Texas, and the southeast.

White Sweetclover

Latin Name: Melilotus Alba

Native to Eurasia, but introduced as cover crops and nectar sources, and now widespread across much of the United States and into southern Canada.

Wild Licorice

Latin Name: Glycyrrhiza Lepidota

Native to the western United States, and found from southern Canada south into Mexico.

Wyeth Lupine

Latin Name: Lupinus Wyethii

Native to the western United States, and common in open fields and meadows.

Yellow Sweetclover

Latin Name: Melilotus Officinalis

Native to Eurasia, but introduced as cover crops and nectar sources, and now widespread across much of the United States and into southern Canada.

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