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Philadelphus inodorus Linnaeus. Appalachian Mock-orange. Phen: Apr-May; Jun-Aug. Hab: Rich forests and woodlands, rocky bluffs over mafic or calcareous rocks, and also cultivated and persistent. Dist: VA and TN south to Panhandle FL (Gadsden, Liberty, and Jackson counties), GA, and s. AL (and according to C, also in e. PA).

Origin/Endemic status: Endemic

Taxonomy Comments: P. floridus Beadle, known from nw. GA, is similar to P. inodorus, allegedly differing in the pedicels and hypanthium pubescent (vs. glabrous); it is probably only a form of P. inodorus.

Synonymy: = Ar, C, Fl5, FNA12, G, K3, K4, Mi, NE, NY, Pa, RAB, Tn, Va, W, WH3; > Philadelphus floridus Beadle – Il, K1, S, Hu (1954-1956); > Philadelphus gloriosus Beadle – S; > Philadelphus grandiflorus Willd. – S; > Philadelphus inodorus L. – Il, K1; > Philadelphus inodorus L. var. carolinus Hu – Hu (1954-1956); > Philadelphus inodorus L. var. grandiflorus (Willd.) A.Gray – F, Hu (1954-1956); > Philadelphus inodorus L. var. inodorus – F, S, Hu (1954-1956); > Philadelphus inodorus L. var. laxus (Schrad.) Hu – Hu (1954-1956); > Philadelphus inodorus L. var. strigosus Beadle – S, Hu (1954-1956)

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