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FamilyScientific Name Common NameHabitatDistributionImage
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia acuminata var. acuminataCucumber-tree, Cucumber MagnoliaMesic to subxeric forests, especially (but by no means strictly) over mafic or calcareous rocks, up to at least 1550m (where growing with Betula alleghaniensis, Abies fraseri, Picea rubens, and Sorbus americana), ultramafic outcrop barrens (where codominant with Pinus rigida and Quercus alba).S. ME, MY, c. IN, s. MO, and e. OK, south to c. GA, w. Panhandle FL (Holmes and Walton counties), s. AL, s. MS, and w. LA.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia acuminata var. subcordataYellow Cucumber-tree, Showy Cucumber Magnolia, Yellow-flowered MagnoliaMoist to dry slopes and bottomlands over mafic or calcareous rocks.Var. subcordata ranges from sc. NC south to AL.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia asheiAshe’s MagnoliaMoist to wet hammocks.Endemic to FL Panhandle.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia fraseriFraser Magnolia, Mountain Magnolia, Earleaf Umbrella-treeMesic to dry forests.A Southern and Central Appalachian endemic: sw. PA (found in the 2010s, S. Grund, pers. comm., 2019), KY, and w. VA south through w. NC and e. TN to nw. SC, n. GA, and ne. AL.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia grandifloraSouthern Magnolia, Bull Bay, LaurelMaritime forests, mesic Coastal Plain bluffs and flats, bottomlands, now also widely naturalized, spreading from cultivation into wet to mesic (and even dry) forests.The pre-Columbian range was apparently from se. NC south to c. peninsular FL, west to e. TX, largely on the Coastal Plain, now somewhat expanded northward and inland by naturalization from centuries of horticultural planting and spread by birds to nearby forests.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia kobusKobus Magnolia, Kobushi MagnoliaSuburban woodlands.Native of Japan.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia macrophyllaBigleaf MagnoliaMesic forests, primarily over limestone, other calcareous sedimentary rocks (calcareous shales, sandstones, etc.), or mafic rocks (east of the Blue Ridge), mesic hammocks in the Coastal Plain.S. OH and sw. VA south through e. TN to w. GA, west to AL, MS, n. LA, and se. AR (Sundell et al. 1999); disjunct on Crowleys Ridge in ne. AR (population now extirpated), c. and nc. SC, and e. SC (where probably not native). The range of this species is sometimes stated in such a way as to imply that it is a tree of the southern Blue Ridge, which it barely and marginally enters. Actually, it avoids the Southern Blue Ridge, reaching its greatest abundance in the sedimentary rock Appalachians west of the Blue Ridge, particularly the Cumberland Plateau, and occurs east of the Blue Ridge only as a rare disjunct.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia pyramidataPyramid MagnoliaMesic hammocks, mesic forests, especially of bluffs and ravines.A Southeastern Coastal Plain endemic: c. SC south to Panhandle FL, west to e. TX.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia tripetalaUmbrella Magnolia, Umbrella-treeMesic forests, ravines.Centered in the Southern Appalachians, but avoiding higher elevations, and therefore occurring primarily "around" the Blue Ridge; ranging from sc. and sw. PA, s. OH, s. IN south to SC, GA, Panhandle FL (Tobe 2007), AL, and MS; also disjunct in the Ouachita Mountains of c. AR and e. OK.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia virginiana var. australisSouthern Sweet BayPocosins, bay forests, and swamps in the Coastal Plain, streamhead pocosins, swamps, and sandhill seeps in the Sandhills, bogs and peaty swamps in the Piedmont and Mountains.Se. NC south to s. FL, and west to e. TX, rarely extending into more interior provinces; disjunct in nw. Cuba.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia virginiana var. virginianaNorthern Sweet BayPocosins, bay forests, and swamps in the Coastal Plain, streamhead pocosins, swamps, and sandhill seeps in the fall-line Sandhills, bogs and peaty swamps in the Piedmont.Se. MA south to w. NC, s. SC, and e. GA.image of plant
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia ×soulangeanaSaucer Magnolia, Tulip MagnoliaCultivated, persistent or weakly naturalizing near plantings.Reported for Barbour and Morgan counties, AL (D. Spaulding, pers. comm., 2013) and scattered other sites in eastern North America outside of our flora area (Kartesz 2010)
MagnoliaceaeMagnolia stellataStar MagnoliaSuburban woodlands.Native of e. Asia. Reported for s. OH by Riley, Vincent, & Widrlechner (2020).image of plant

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