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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
FabaceaeCercis canadensis var. canadensisEastern Redbud, Judas TreeMoist to dry forests and woodlands, especially over calcareous or mafic rocks, also commonly planted as an ornamental.MA, WI, and NE south to c. peninsular FL and e. TX.image of plant
FabaceaeCercis canadensis var. mexicanaMexican RedbudRocky limestone areas.Scattered from nc. OK to e. and wc. TX, south into Mexico along the Sierra Madre Oriental.
FabaceaeCercis canadensis var. texensisTexas RedbudRocky limestone areas (especially on the Edwards Plateau), but also in calcareous ravines in the Coastal Plain.E. and c. OK and TX, south into Mexico along the Sierra Madre Oriental; sometimes cultivated elsewhere, and beginning to escape, as in c. NC.image of plant
FabaceaeCercis chinensisChinese RedbudCultivated as an ornamental and landscaping plant, perhaps sometimes persistent (probably not naturalized at this time).Native of China.image of plant

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