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Plant Listings: h

Plants listed alphabetically by scientific names starting with the letter h.
Thumbnail Common name,
link to Portrait
Scientific name Native / Alien (1)
image Water Spider Orchid Habenaria repens Native W: Watch List
image Mountain Silverbell Halesia tetraptera Native
image Common Witch Hazel Hamamelis virginiana Native
image English Ivy Hedera helix Alien INVASIVE
image Bitter Weed, Yellowdicks Helenium amarum Native
image Schweinitz's sunflower Helianthus schweinitzii Native E: Endangered
image Orange Daylily Hemerocallis fulva Alien
image Cow parsnip Heracleum maximum Native
image Lion's Mane Mushroom Hericium erinaceus Native
image Camphor Weed Heterotheca subaxillaris Native
image Alumroot Heuchera americana Native
hairy alumroot Heuchera villosa Native
image Crested Coral Root Hexalectris spicata Native SR: Significantly Rare
image Little Brown Jug, Arrowleaf Heartleaf Hexastylis arifolia var arifolia Native
image Small, Variable-leaf Heartleaf Hexastylis heterophylla Native
image Little Heartleaf Hexastylis minor Native
image Large-flower Heartleaf Hexastylis shuttleworthii var. shuttleworthii Native
image Pineland Hibiscus, Comfort-root Hibiscus aculeatus Native
image Quaker Ladies, Innocence, Common Bluet Houstonia caerulea Native
image Longleaf Summer Bluet Houstonia longifolia var compacta Native
image Tiny Bluet Houstonia pusilla Native
image Sand Heather, Woolly Beach-heather Hudsonia tomentosa Native SR: Significantly Rare
image Appalachian Club Moss, Appalachian Firmoss Huperzia appressa = (Huperzia appalachiana) Native
image Cliff Saxifrage Hydatica petiolaris = (Saxifraga michauxii) Native
image Eastern Waterleaf, Virginia Waterleaf Hydrophyllum virginianum Native
image Coastal Spiderlily Hymenocallis crassifolia Native
image St. Andrew's cross Hypericum hypericoides Native
image Common Stargrass, Upland Stargrass Hypoxis hirsuta Native

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