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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
LiliaceaeLilium canadenseCanada LilyWet meadows, clearings, coves, seepages.NB west to s. ON, south to NC, SC, GA, AL, and MSimage of plant
LiliaceaeLilium catesbyiPine Lily, Catesby's Lily, Leopard LilyPine savannas, sandhill seeps.Se. NC south to s. FL and west to e. LA, on the Coastal Plain.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium grayiGray's Lily, Roan LilyBogs, seepages, grassy balds, moist forests, and wet meadows, at medium to high elevations.A Southern Appalachian endemic: sw. VA, nw. NC, and ne. TN.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium iridollaePanhandle Lily, Pot-o’-gold LilyBogs, acidic organic soils along small blackwater streams and drains.Panhandle FL west to s. AL and s. MS.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium lancifoliumTiger LilyRoadsides, old homesites, disturbed areas, trash heaps.Native of Asia.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium michauxiiCarolina Lily, Michaux’s LilyDry upland forests, ridges, slopes, and ridges.S. VA, e. TN, n. AL, c. MS, and e. LA south to s. SC, Panhandle FL, s. AL, s. MS, s. LA, and e. TX.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium michiganenseMichigan LilyWet prairies and calcareous hardwood flatwoods.ON and MN south to e. TN, KY, nw. GA, AL, AR, and e. OK.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium philadelphicum var. philadelphicumEastern Wood Lily, Appalachian Wood LilyGrassy balds, moist to wet meadows (especially in thin soils over rock), open woodlands, limestone barrens.The species ranges from ME west to BC, south to NC, nw. GA (Jones & Coile 1988), KY, IL, IA, NE, and NM. Var. philadelphicum is eastern and mainly Appalachian, ranging from ME and s. ON south to NC, GA, and KY.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium philippinensePhilippine LilyRoadsides, disturbed areas, escaped from cultivation.Native of the Philippines. This species is introduced at various locations in the Southeast, including FL and LA (Kartesz 1999), and has been documented from Richmond Co. NC (B.A. Sorrie, pers. comm.).image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium pyrophilumSandhill Bog Lily, Fire LilyPeaty sandhill seepage bogs in the fall-line Sandhills, streamhead canebrakes.Fall-line Sandhills region of NC, SC, and e. GA. Material from ne. NC and se. VA is questionable and probably better considered as Lilium superbum (W. Wall, pers. comm., 2016). Newly discovered material in GA appears to be L. pyrophilum.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium superbumTurk's-cap Lily, Lily-royal, Superb LilyCove forests and moist forests, moist ravines, blackwater stream swamps, Coastal Plain bogs.MA and s. NY south to ne. NC, Panhandle FL, and c. MS, southward primarily in the Appalachians, but extending across the Piedmont to the Coastal Plain of VA and ne. NC, and with a similarly odd extension south of the southern terminus of the Appalachians into the Coastal Plain of GA, w. FL, AL, and MS.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium longiflorumEaster Lily, November LilyFields and other disturbed areas, persistent and rarely spreading from cultivation.Native of e. Asia (s. Japan and Ryukyu Islands).image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium philadelphicum var. andinumWestern Wood LilyPrairies and woodlands.Var. andinum is more western, ranging from QC, OH, MN, and BC south to OH, IN, IL, MO, w. TX, and NM.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium formosanumFormosa LilyRoadsides.Native of e. Asia.image of plant
LiliaceaeLilium regaleRoyal LilyNative of e. Asia.

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