Plant Listings: e

Plants listed alphabetically by scientific names starting with the letter e.
Thumbnail Common name,
link to Portrait
Scientific name Native / Alien (1)
image Purple Coneflower Echinacea purpurea Native SR: Significantly Rare
image Smooth Elephant's Foot, Coastal Plain Elephant's Foot Elephantopus nudatus Native
image Elephant's Foot, Common Elephant's-foot, Devil's Grandmother Elephantopus tomentosus Native
image Virginia Snakeroot Endodeca serpentaria (=Aristolochia serpentaria) Native
image False Rue-anemone, Atlantic isopyrum Enemion biternatum Native
image Green Fly Orchid Epidendrum magnoliae = (Epidendrum conopseum) Native SR: Significantly Rare
image Beech Drops Epifagus virginiana Native
image Trailing Arbutus Epigaea repens Native
image Eastern Helleborine Epipactis helleborine Alien
image Daisy Fleabane Erigeron annuus Native
image Tawny Cottongrass Eriophorum virginicum Native
image Coralbean, redcardinal, Cardinal-spear Erythrina herbacea Native
image Trout Lily, Dog-Tooth Violet Erythronium umbilicatum Native
image Burning Bush Euonymus alatus Alien INVASIVE
image Hearts-a-Bustin, Strawberry Bush Euonymus americanus Native
image White Thoroughwort Eupatorium album Native
image Mohr's Thoroughwort Eupatorium mohrii Native
image Roundleafed Thoroughwort Eupatorium rotundifolium Native
image Southern Seaside Spurge, Dixie Sandmat Euphorbia bombensis (Chamaesyce bombensis) Native
image Flowering Spurge Euphorbia corollata Native
image Wild Poinsettia, Painted Leaf, Fire on the Mountain, Fiddler’s Spurge, Mexican Fireplant Euphorbia cyathophora Native
image Cypress Spurge Euphorbia cyparissias Alien
image Northern Seaside Spurge, Northern Dune Spurge, Northern Sandmat Euphorbia polygonifolia (= Chamaesyce polygonifolia) Native
image White Wood Aster, Heart-Leaved Eurybia divaricata Native
image Hollow-stem Joe Pye Weed, Queen of the Meadow Eutrochium fistulosum = (Eupatorium fistulosum) Native

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