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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
RubiaceaeGalium anglicumPastures, disturbed areas.Native of w. Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium aparineCleavers, Sticky-willyMeadows, thickets, disturbed areas, forests.Nearly cosmopolitan, from n. North America south through Central and South America.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium asprellumRough BedstrawFens, bogs, streambanks, wet meadows, usually in at least somewhat base-rich soils.NL (Newfoundland) west to MN, south to n. VA, w. NC, ne. TN (Chester, Wofford, & Kral 1997), and MO (Yatskievych 2013). The report for sc. TN is an error (D. Estes, pers. comm., 2005).image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium borealeNorthern BedstrawLimestone and dolostone bluffs, outcrops, and rocky woodlands, calcareous or ultramafic (serpentine) barrens.Circumboreal, south in North America to n. DE, w. MD, sw. VA, sc. MO, NM, AZ, and CA.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium concinnumShining BedstrawMesic to dry forests.NJ west to MN and NE, south to sw. VA, e. TN, nc. TN, AR, and MS (where first reported by J. Kees, pers.comm. 2022).image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium bermudenseCoastal BedstrawMaritime forests, longleaf pine sandhills, dry sandy forests.S. NJ south to FL, west to LA, primarily on the Coastal Plain; Bahamas; Bermuda.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium lanceolatumLanceleaf Bedstraw, Wild-licoriceMesic to dry hardwood forests.QC west to MN, south to w. NC and e. TN.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium latifoliumPurple Bedstraw, Wideleaf BedstrawMoist hardwood forests.C. PA and KY south to n. GA and n. AL, a Southern and Central Appalachian endemic.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium albumMoist roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Europe. Reported from ne. United States, and very possibly in our area, but hidden under a broad interpretation of G. mollugo.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium mollugoSmooth Bedstraw, Hedge BedstrawMoist roadsides, disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium obtusum var. filifoliumCarolina BedstrawMarshes, swamps, creekbanks, alluvial forests.S. NJ south to c. GA, primarily on the Coastal Plain.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium obtusum var. obtusumBluntleaf BedstrawMarshes, swamps.NS west to SD, south to FL and TX.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium odoratumSweet Woodruff, WaldmeisterCommonly cultivated, rarely escaped or persistent, rarely along railroad tracks.Native of Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium orizabense ssp. laevicauleBald Bedstraw, Smoothstem BedstrawMesic forests, maritime forests, swamp edges.Se. VA south to FL, west to se. TX; West Indies.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium palustreMarsh BedstrawMarshes, wet soil.NL (Labrador) and ON south to MD, s. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993), MD, WV, OH, IN, and IL; also in Europe and nw. North America.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium pedemontanumPiedmont Bedstraw, Piedmont CrosswortLawns, grassy roadsides, pastures.Native of s. Europe. In GA Mountains and Piedmont (T. Govus, pers. comm. 2005). Reported for DE and MD by Longbottom, Naczi, & Knapp (2016).image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium sherardiaBlue Field-madderLawns, roadsides, other disturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium tinctorium var. floridanumFlorida Three-lobed Bedstraw, Stiff Marsh BedstrawSwamps, marshes, and ditches.MA south to FL, west to e. TX, mostly on the Coastal Plain, but extending inland to w. VA, w. NC, se. KY, s. IL, and se. MO.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium tinctorium var. tinctoriumSouthern Three-lobed Bedstraw, Stiff Marsh BedstrawSwamps, marshes, and ditches.NL (Newfoundland) west to MN and NE, south to SC, n. GA, KY, and ne. MO.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium tricornutumSmall BedstrawDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. This species has been reported from Cherokee and Greenwood counties, SC, nearby GA, and se. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993).image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium triflorumSweet-scented BedstrawMesic to dry upland forests, floodplain forests, seepage swamps, old fields, disturbed areas, usually on base-rich soils.Circumboreal, south in North America to FL and Mexico (TAM, VER).image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium uniflorumOne-flowered BedstrawMoist slope forests and alluvial forests.Se. VA south to FL, west to AR and e. TX.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium verumYellow Bedstraw, Our Lady's BedstrawMeadows, pastures, roadsides.Native of Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium virgatumOzark BedstrawGlades, ledgetops, rocky prairies, open blackland prairies (GA), waif around wool-combing mill (SC), other disturbed areas.Native from TN, c. GA (Houston County), and AL west to KS, OK, and TX (not listed for Mexico in Villaseñor 2016).image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium arvenseBlue Woodruff, Field MadderDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. South to WV, MD, DE (USDA NRCS 2007), and se. PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993).image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium divaricatumLamarck’s Bedstraw, Wall BedstrawDisturbed areas.Native of s. Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium parisienseWall BedstrawDisturbed areas.Native of s., w., and c. Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium trifidum var. trifidumNorthern Three-lobed BedstrawMoist places, bogs, and swamps.Circumboreal, south in North America to DE, PA, NJ, s. OH, s. IN, IL, IA, NE, CO, n. UT, and WA.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium wirtgeniiYellow BedstrawDisturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium labradoricumLabrador BedstrawBogs, swamps.NL west to NT, south to n. NJ, sc. PA, ne. OH, MI, , n. IN, n. IL, n. IA, e. SD, SK, AB, and BC.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium proliferumLimestone BedstrawLimestone slopes.C. and s. TX west to s. CA, south to n. Mexico (CHH, COA, NLE, SLP, SON, TAM).
RubiaceaeGalium texenseTexas BedstrawGravelly limestone slopes.W. AR and OK south to s. TX.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium pilosumHairy BedstrawForests, woodland borders, longleaf pine sandhills, prairies, coastal prairies, clearings.S. NH west to MI, n. IL, MO, and KS, south to c. peninsular FL and TX.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium circaezansForest Bedstraw, Licorice BedstrawMesic to dry forests.QC west to MN and NE, south to FL and TX.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium arkansanum var. arkansanumHairy-flower Arkansas Bedstraw{habitats}Endemic to the Interior Highlands of s. MO, AR, and e. OK.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium arkansanum var. pubiflorumHairy-flower Arkansas Bedstraw{habitats}Endemic to the Ouachita Mountains of AR.
RubiaceaeGalium glaucumWaxy BedstrawDisturbed areas.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium rubioidesEuropean BedstrawPersisting and apparently spreading from cultivation.Native of Eurasia.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium cruciataSmooth Bedstraw, Common CrosswortDisturbed areas.Native of Europe.image of plant
RubiaceaeGalium spuriumDisturbed areas.NJ and northwards, but probably more widespread in our area than known at this time (records included under Galium aparine); n. Eurasia.image of plant

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