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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
HamamelidaceaeFothergilla ×intermediaHybrid Witch Alder, "Mount Airy" Witch AlderCommonly cultivated, perhaps persistent. Often misidentified as Fothergilla major.Of horticultural origin.
HamamelidaceaeFothergilla gardeniiPocosin Witch-alderWet savannas, pocosins, and margins of pocosins, and pitcherplant bogs.Se. NC south to e. GA; reports from w. GA, s. AL, and Panhandle FL are F. milleri and F. parvifolia.image of plant
HamamelidaceaeFothergilla majorLarge Witch-alderDry ridgetop forests of middle elevation ridges in the mountains, especially along the Blue Ridge Escarpment, summits and upper slopes of Piedmont monadnocks, north-facing bluffs and along small streams in the lower Piedmont.C. NC west to ne. TN, south to nc. GA and nc. AL; disjunct in AR.image of plant
HamamelidaceaeFothergilla milleriMiller's Witch-alderSeepy, acid wetlands.Coastal Plain of wc. GA, s. AL, and Panhandle FL.image of plant
HamamelidaceaeFothergilla parvifoliaKearney's Witch-alderWet savannas, pocosins, and margins of pocosins, and pitcherplant bogs.Inner Coastal Plain (fall-line Sandhills) of SC and inner and outer Coastal Plain of e. GA.image of plant

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