Data mode


Sign up

30 results for More search options
FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
LinaceaeLinum alatumWinged FlaxOpen, sandy areas.Se. and s. TX (and w. LA?) and Mexico (ne. TAM); allegedly disjunct in sc. OK.
LinaceaeLinum arenicolaSand FlaxPine rocklands, marl prairies, disturbed areas over limestone.Endemic to s. peninsular FL (Miami-Dade and Monroe counties).image of plant
LinaceaeLinum berlandieri var. berlandieriBerlandier's Yellow FlaxSandy or gravelly prairies.NE south through KS and e. CO to sw. LA, TX, e. NM, and Mexico.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum berlandieri var. filifoliumSandy, rocky, or calcareous soils.S. TX, w. Txand se. NM south into Mexico.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum bienneBlue FlaxCultivated, rarely escaped to disturbed areas; also ballast.Native of Mediterranean Europe.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum carteriCarter’s Flax, Everglades FlaxPine rocklands.Endemic to s. peninsular FL (Miami-Dade County).
LinaceaeLinum catharticumWhite Flax, Fairy FlaxBallast waifs (in our region).Native of Europe.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum curtissiiTexas Yellow FlaxWoodlands, other dry to moist places.S. ME, MI, and n. IL south to s. FL and TX; West Indies.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum elongatum
LinaceaeLinum floridanum var. chrysocarpumYellow-fruited Yellow FlaxVery wet loamy pine savannas.Se. NC south to s. FL and west to s. MS.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum floridanum var. floridanumFlorida Yellow FlaxWet pine savannas, sandhill seeps.E. VA south to s. FL and west to LA and e. TX, essentially limited to the Coastal Plain; West Indies (Jamaica).image of plant
LinaceaeLinum grandiflorumRed FlaxDisturbed areas.Native of n. Africa.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum harperiHarper's Grooved FlaxDry to mesic longleaf pine savannas and flatwoods.FL Panhandle, s. GA, and s. AL.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum hudsonioidesTexas FlaxSandy or gravelly prairies.KS south to s. TX and NM.
LinaceaeLinum imbricatumTufted FlaxSandy or rocky areas.Sc. OK south through c. and ec. TX to s. TX.
LinaceaeLinum intercursumBicknell's Yellow Flax, Sandplain FlaxWoodlands, other dry to moist places.MA south to c. TN, nw. GA, and c. AL; from MA to MD, nearly restricted to the Coastal Plain, in VA, NC, SC, GA, AL, and se. TN, however it is primarily on the Piedmont and Mountains. It also occurs disjunctly in n. IN near the Great Lakes.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum lewisii var. lewisiiPrairie FlaxCalcareous glades and barrens.NU west to AK, south to MI, nw. AR, ne. TX, NM, AZ, CA, and n. Mexico; disjunct at Smoke Hole Caverns, WV, and several adjacent counties.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum lundelliiSandy loam in arroyos, gravelly hillsides, mesquite scrub woodlands.S. TX south to NLE and TAM.
LinaceaeLinum macrocarpumSpring Hill FlaxPitcher plant bogs, wet savannas.FL Panhandle west through s. AL and s. MS to se. LA.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum mediumStiff Yellow FlaxLake (sand) plains.ON and (reportedly) nw. PA (Presque Isle).image of plant
LinaceaeLinum perennePerennial FlaxDisturbed areas.Native of Europe. Cultivated and "rarely naturalized along roadsides" in scattered locations in PA (Rhoads & Klein 1993; Rhoads & Block 2007) and reported tentatively for VA (Kartesz 1999).image of plant
LinaceaeLinum pratenseMeadow FlaxRocky limestone or sandy prairies.KS and CO south to c. TX, s, NM, s. AZ, and Mexico (AGS).image of plant
LinaceaeLinum rigidum var. rigidumLarge-flowered FlaxRocky or sandy prairies, rarely calcareous prairies, open woodlands.MN, MB, SK, and AB south to OK, nc. TX, and NM.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum rupestreRock FlaxLimestone outcrops.Nc. TX and c. NM south to s. TX and s. Mexico.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum smalliiSmall’s FlaxMarl prairies and pine rocklands.Endemic to s. peninsular FL.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum striatumRidgestem Yellow FlaxBogs, seepages, other wet places, often growing in Sphagnum.MA, PA, MI, and IL south to Panhandle FL, LA, and e. TX.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum sulcatumGrooved Yellow FlaxPrairies; eastwards in dry rocky woodlands, barrens, and blackland prairies over calcareous, mafic, or ultramafic rocks (and sometimes also weedy in adjacent disturbed areas).Primarily a species of the Great Plains of WI, MN, and s. ON, s. MB, WI, MN, and ND, to LA and TX, L. sulcatum occurs farther east (to MA, VA, NC, and AL) as a rare disjunct on glades or barrens over rocks such as limestone or diabase.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum usitatissimumCommon Flax, Cultivated Flax, LinazaRoadsides, other disturbed places, not long persisting after agricultural use.Native of Europe.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum virginianumVirginia Yellow FlaxDry or moist places.MA, NY, ON, MI, and IL south to SC, GA, AL, and MO.image of plant
LinaceaeLinum westiiWest’s FlaxBogs (seepage slopes), margins of flatwoods ponds.Ne. FL; Panhandle FL.

Cite as...