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Genera - G

Gaillardia
Galanthus
Galax
Galearis
Galega
Galeopsis
Galinsoga
Galium (see also Asperula and Sherardia)
Gamochaeta
Gastridium
Gaultheria
Gaura (see Oenothera)
Gaylussacia
Genista
Gentiana (see also Gentianella and Gentianopsis)
Gentianella
Gentianopsis
Geocaulon
Geranium
Gerardia (see Agalinis & Aureolaria)
Geum (see also Waldsteinia)
Gilia (see also Ipomopsis)
Gillenia
Glandularia
Glaucium
Glaux (see Lysimachia)
Glebionis
Glechoma
Gleditsia
Glossostigma
Glyceria (see also Torreyochloa)
Glycine
Glycyrrhiza
Gnaphalium (see also Gamochaeta, Omaltheca and Pseudognaphalium)
Gomphrena
Goodyera
Gossypium
Graphephorum
Gratiola
Grindelia
Guizotia
Gymnocarpium
Gymnocladus
Gypsophila


GAILLARDIA (Family: Asteraceae)


GAILLARDIA PULCHELLA Fougeroux - Firewheel. 2n = 34.


Waste places, roadsides, dry, sandy open places. From farther west. [G. PULCHELLA var. PICTA (D. Don) A. Gray; G. PICTA D. Don]

Gaillardia hybrid

GAILLARDIA X GRANDIFLORA Van Houtte (pro species) - .


[G. ARISTATA Pursh X G. PULCHELLA Fougeroux]



GALANTHUS (Family: Amaryllidaceae)


GALANTHUS NIVALIS Linnaeus - Snowdrop. 2n = 24, 24 + (1-10)B, 26.


Waste places, railroad embankments. From Europe.



GALAX (Family: Diapensiaceae)


GALAX URCEOLATA (Poiret) Brummitt - Beetleweed. 2n = 6, 12, 18, 24.


Steep slopes in shade of trees, oak forests. From farther south and west. [G. APHYLLA Linnaeus - misapplied]



GALEARIS (Family: Orchidaceae)


Galearis spectabilis (Linnaeus) Rafinesque - Showy Orchis. 2n = 42.


Rich woods, mostly in basic soils. [Orchis spectabilis Linnaeus]



GALEGA (Family: Fabaceae)


GALEGA OFFICINALIS Linnaeus - Professor-weed. 2n = 16.


Roadsides, waste areas, wet, salt meadow borders. From Eurasia, northern Africa.



GALEOPSIS (Family: Lamiaceae)


GALEOPSIS BIFIDA Boenninghausen - . 2n = 32.


Roadsides, waste places, fields. From Eurasia. [G. TETRAHIT Linnaeus var. BIFIDA (Boenninghausen) Lejeune & Courtois]


GALEOPSIS LADANUM Linnaeus var. LADANUM - . 2n = 16.


Waste places, sea beaches, meadows. From Eurasia. [G. LADANUM var. LATIFOLIA (Hoffman) Wallroth]


GALEOPSIS TETRAHIT Linnaeus - . 2n = 32.


Woodlands, fields, roadsides, waste places. From Eurasia.



GALINSOGA (Family: Asteraceae)


GALINSOGA PARVIFLORA Cavanilles var. PARVIFLORA - Gallant Soldier. 2n = 16.


Waste places, roadsides, fields. From Mexico, West Indies, Central & South America.


GALINSOGA QUADRIRADIATA Ruiz & Pavón - Shaggy Soldier. 2n = (16), 32 + (0-2)B, (48).


Waste places, roadsides, fields. From Mexico, West Indies, Central & South America. [G. BICOLORATA H. St. John & D. White; G. CARACASANA (de Candolle) Schultz-Bipontinus; G. CILIATA (Rafinesque) S. F. Blake; G. PARVIFLORA Cavanilles var. HISPIDA de Candolle]



GALIUM (Family: Rubiaceae)


Galium aparine (Hill) Linnaeus - Cleavers. 2n = 64, (66).


Open, rich woods, thickets, swamps, waste places, damp ground, usually in shade.


Galium asprellum Michaux - Rough Bedstraw. 2n = ?


Wet thickets and woods, meadows, low ground, roadside ditches.


Galium boreale Linnaeus - Northern Bedstraw. 2n = (22), 44, 66.


Fields, meadows, shores, streambanks, moist, rocky woods, roadsides. [G. boreale var. hyssopifolium (Hoffmann) de Candolle; G. boreale var. intermedium de Candolle]


Galium circaezans Michaux var. circaezans - Licorice Bedstraw. 2n = 22.


Rich, often rocky, woods, wooded ledges and talus slopes.


Galium circaezans var. hypomalacum Fernald - . 2n = ?


Rich, often rocky, woods, wooded ledges and talus slopes.


GALIUM CONCINNUM Torrey & A. Gray - . 2n = ?


Fields. From farther west.


GALIUM GLAUCUM Linnaeus - . 2n = 22, 44.


Fields. From Eurasia.


Galium kamtschaticum Steller ex Schultes & Schultes (son) - . 2n = 22, 44.


Mossy woods, brooksides, thickets, usually in mountainous areas.


Galium labradoricum (Wiegand) Wiegand - . 2n = 24.


Swamps, bogs, mossy thickets, often with Thuja occidentalis.


Galium lanceolatum (Torrey) Torrey - . 2n = ?


Dry, rich woods and thickets, often rocky.


GALIUM MOLLUGO Linnaeus - False Baby’s-breath. 2n = 22, 44.


Roadsides, fields, waste places. From Eurasia, northern Africa. [G. ALBUM Miller; G. ERECTUM Hudson]


Galium obtusum Bigelow subsp. obtusum - . 2n = 48.


Meadows, marshes, low, moist woods, swampy thickets, shores. [G. obtusum var. ramosum Gleason]


GALIUM ODORATUM (Linnaeus) Scopoli - Sweet Woodruff. 2n = (22), 44, (66).


Springs, meadows, woods, waste places. From Eurasia. [ASPERULA ODORATA Linnaeus]


Galium palustre Linnaeus - . 2n = 24, 48, 96.


Meadows, swamps, low, moist woods, wet thickets, springs, streambanks, pond shores, roadside ditches.


GALIUM PARISIENSE Linnaeus - Wall Bedstraw. 2n = (22), 44, (62), (66).


Swales, ditches. From Europe.


Galium pilosum Aiton var. pilosum - . 2n = 22.


Dry, open woods.


GALIUM SYLVATICUM Linnaeus - Scotch-mist. 2n = 22.


Thicket borders, fields, roadsides, ledges, waste areas. From Europe.


Galium tinctorium Linnaeus - . 2n = ?


Swamps, moist places. [G. tinctorium var. floridanum Wiegand]


GALIUM TRICORNUTUM Dandy - Corn Cleavers. 2n = (22), 44.


Waste places. From Eurasia. [G. tricorne Stokes illegitimate name]


Galium trifidum Linnaeus subsp. trifidum - . 2n = 24.


Bogs, swamps, shores, meadows, wet roadsides.


Galium trifidum Linnaeus subsp. brevipes (Fernald & Wiegand) Á. Löve & D. Löve - . 2n = 24.


Swamps, bogs, muddy river flats, shores, roadside swales, often in calcareous soil. [G. brevipes Fernald & Wiegand]


Galium trifidum Linnaeus subsp. halophilum (Fernald & Wiegand) Puff - . 2n = ?


Brackish or saline shores, salt marshes.


Galium trifidum Linnaeus subsp. subbiflorum (Wiegand) Puff - . 2n = ?


Meadows, bogs, sandy alluvium, waste places. [G. tinctorium Linnaeus var. subbiflorum (Wiegand) Fernald]


Galium triflorum Michaux - Sweet-scented Bedstraw. 2n = 44, 66.


Woods, usually moist, swamps, bogs. [G. triflorum var. asprelliforme Fernald]


GALIUM VERUM Linnaeus var. VERUM - Yellow Bedstraw. 2n = 44.


Dry fields, roadsides, waste places. From Eurasia, northwestern Africa.


GALIUM VERUM Linnaeus var. WIRTGENII (F.W. Schultz) Nyman - . 2n = 22.


Fields, meadows, roadsides, waste places. [G. WIRTGENII F.W. Schultz]


Galium hybrid

GALIUM X POMERANICUM Retzius.


[G. MOLLUGO Linnaeus X G. VERUM Linnaeus var. VERUM; G. X OCHROLEUCUM Wolf ex Schweigger (pro species)]



GAMOCHAETA (Family: Asteraceae)


GAMOCHAETA PENSYLVANICA (Willdenow) Cabrera - 2n = 28.


Waste places, roadsides, fields. From Mexico, Central & South America. [GNAPHALIUM PEREGRINUM Fernald]


Gamochaeta purpurea (Linnaeus) Cabrera - Purple Cudweed. 2n = (14), 28.


Dry fields, sandy openings, waste places, roadsides. [Gnaphalium purpureum Linnaeus]



GASTRIDIUM (Family: Poaceae)


GASTRIDIUM PHLEOIDES (Nees & Meyen) C.E. Hubbard - . 2n = 14, 28.


Wool waste, rubbish. From southwestern Asia & northeastern Africa. [G. ventricosum misapplied]



GAULTHERIA (Family: Ericaceae)


Gaultheria hispidula (Linnaeus) Muhlenberg ex Bigelow - Creeping Snowberry. 2n = 22, 24.


Sphagnum bogs, mossy coniferous woods and swamps, often on mossy or rotting logs. [Chiogenes hispidula (Linnaeus) Torrey & A. Gray]


Gaultheria procumbens Linnaeus - Checkerberry. 2n = (22), 44, 88.


Dry, acidic woods and clearings.



GAYLUSSACIA (Family: Ericaceae)


Gaylussacia baccata (Wangenheim) K. Koch - Black Huckleberry. 2n = 24.


Dry, open woods, thickets, pastures, ledges.


Gaylussacia bigeloviana (Fernald) Sorrie & Weakley - Bog Huckleberry. 2n = 24.


Sphagnum bogs, Sphagnum or Chamaecyparis swamps. [G. dumosa (Andrews) A. Gray var. bigeloviana Fernald]


Gaylussacia frondosa (Linnaeus) Torrey & A. Gray - Dangleberry. 2n = 48.


Dry, woods, thickets.



GENISTA (Family: Fabaceae)


GENISTA TINCTORIA Linnaeus - Dyer’s Greenweed. 2n = 48, (96).


Dry fields, woodland margins, roadsides, waste places, usually in dry, sterile, sandy or rocky soil. From Eurasia.



GENTIANA (Family: Gentianaceae)


Gentiana andrewsii Grisebach var. andrewsii - . 2n = 26.


Meadows, low thickets, moist, open woods, swamps.


Gentiana clausa Rafinesques - Bottle Gentian. 2n = 26.


Streambanks, moist woodland margins, meadows, moist thickets.


GENTIANA CRUCIATA Linnaeus - Star Gentian. 2n = 52.


Gravel banks. From Eurasia.


Gentiana linearis Froelich - Narrow-leaved Gentian. 2n = 26.


Bogs, meadows, thickets, shores, generally acid soils.


Gentiana rubricaulis Schweinitz - Great Lakes Gentian. 2n = ?


Cleared ground, swales, fens, meadows, calcareous soils.



GENTIANELLA (Family: Gentianaceae)


Gentianella amarella (Linnaeus) Börner subsp. acuta - Felwort. 2n = 18, 36.


Riverbanks, alpine brooks, generally moist, rocky or gravelly, calcareous soil. [Gentiana amarella Linnaeus (in part)]


Gentianella quinquefolia (Linnaeus) Small subsp. quinquefolia - Stiff Gentian. 2n = 38.


Meadows, rich, moist woods, wet, gravelly banks, roadsides. [Gentiana quinquefolia Linnaeus var. quinquefolia]



GENTIANOPSIS (Family: Gentianaceae)


Gentianopsis crinita (Froelich) Ma - Fringed Gentian. 2n = 78.


Meadows, brooksides, wet thickets, low woods, fields, roadsides, usually in more or less calcareous soil. [Gentiana crinita Froelich]



GEOCAULON (Family: Santalaceae)


Geocaulon lividum (Richardson) Fernald - . 2n = 26.


Sphagnum bogs, often at high altitudes, sphagnous openings, occasionally coastal peatlands.



GERANIUM (Family: Geraniaceae)


Geranium bicknellii Britton - . 2n = 52.


Roadsides, waste places, dry ledges, open woodlands, clearings, fields.


Geranium carolinianum Linnaeus var. carolinianum - . 2n = 52.


Waste places, roadsides, fields, rocky woodlands, dry, sandy soil. [G. carolinianum var. confertflorum Fernald]


GERANIUM COLUMBINUM Linnaeus - Long-stalked Cranesbill. 2n = 18.


Woodland margins, dry, sandy, somewhat calcareous, old fields. From Eurasia, northwestern Africa.


GERANIUM DISSECTUM Linnaeus - . 2n = 22.


Waste places, roadsides. From Eurasia, northern Africa.


GERANIUM ERIANTHUM de Candolle - . 2n = 28.


Roadside ledges. From northwestern North America, northeastern Asia. [G. PRATENSE Linnaeus var. ERIANTHUM (de Candolle) B. Boivin]


Geranium maculatum Linnaeus - Wild Geranium. 2n = 52.


Thickets, meadows, roadsides, woodlands, clearings.


GERANIUM MOLLE Linnaeus - Dovesfoot Cranesbill. 2n = 26.


Waste places, fields, roadsides. From Eurasia, northern Africa.


GERANIUM PRATENSE Linnaeus - Dovesfoot Cranesbill. 2n = 28.


Fields, meadows, roadsides. From Eurasia.


GERANIUM PUSILLUM Linnaeus - Small-flowered Cranesbill. 2n = 26.


Waste places, fields, roadsides. From Eurasia, northern Africa.


GERANIUM PYRENAICUM Burman (son) - . 2n = 26.


Waste places. From Eurasia, northwestern Africa.


Geranium robertianum Linnaeus - Herb-Robert. 2n = 64.


Rocky woodlands, ledges, coastal beaches, gravelly shores.


GERANIUM SANGUINEUM Linnaeus - Bloody Cranesbill. 2n = 84.


Damp fields, clearings, railroad ballast, waste places, cemeteries. From Eurasia.


GERANIUM SIBIRICUM Linnaeus - Siberian Cranesbill. 2n = 28.


Waste places, roadsides, fields. From Eurasia.


GERANIUM THUNBERGII Siebold ex Lindley & Paxton - . 2n = 28.


Sandy, open area, open path by pond. From eastern Asia. [G. NEPALENSE Sweet var. THUNBERGII (Siebold ex Lindley & Paxton) Kudô]



GEUM (Family: Rosaceae)


Geum aleppicum Jacquin - Yellow Avens. 2n = 42.


Thickets, woods, meadows, clearings. [G. aleppicum var. strictum Fernald]


Geum canadense Jacquin - White Avens. 2n = 42.


Rich thickets, open woods, woodland margins, fields, roadsides. [G. canadense var. camporum (Rydberg) Fernald & Weatherby]


Geum laciniatum Murray - Rough Avens. 2n = 42.


Moist thickets, meadows, roadsides. [G. laciniatum var. trichocarpum Fernald]


Geum macrophyllum Willdenow var. macrophyllum - 2n = 42.


Wet woods, thickets, fields, roadsides.


Geum peckii Pursh - Mountain Avens. 2n = 42.


Wet ledges, alpine meadows.


Geum rivale Linnaeus - Purple Avens. 2n = 42.


Swamps, wet meadows, bogs, wet woods, low fields, wet ditches.


GEUM URBANUM Linnaeus - Wood Avens. 2n = 42.


Fields, roadsides. From Eurasia, northern Africa.


GEUM VERNUM (Rafinesque) Torrey & A. Gray - Spring Avens. 2n = 42.


Rich woods. From farther west.


Geum virginianum Linnaeus - Cream Avens. 2n = 42.


Open, rich woods, thickets, rocky banks. [G. flavum (Porter) E.P. Bicknell]


Geum hybrid

Geum X pulchrum Fernald (pro species) - .


[G. macrophyllum Willdenow var. macrophyllum X G. rivale Linnaeus]



GILIA (Family: Polemoniaceae)


GILIA ACHILLEIFOLIA Bentham subsp. MULTICAULIS V.D. Grant & A.D. Grant - . 2n = 18.


Waste places. From California.


GILIA INTERIOR (H. Mason & A.D. Grant) A.D. Grant - . 2n = 18.


Wool waste. From California.


GILIA TRICOLOR Bentham subsp. DIFFUSA (Congdon) H. Mason & A.D. Grant - . 2n = 18.


Waste places. From California.



GILLENIA (Family: Rosaceae)


GILLENIA TRIFOLIATA (Linnaeus) Moench - Bowman’s-root. 2n = 18.


Dry woods. From farther west and south. [PORTERANTHUS TRIFOLIATUS (Linnaeus) Britton]



GLANDULARIA (Family: Verbenaceae)


GLANDULARIA CANADENSIS (Linnaeus) Small - Rose Vervain. 2n = 30.


Roadsides. From farther south and west. [VERBENA CANADENSIS (Linnaeus) Britton]


GLANDULARIA PULCHELLA (Sweet) Troncoso - . 2n = ?


Waste places. From South America. [VERBENA PULCHELLA Sweet; V. TENUISECTA Briquet]



GLAUCIUM (Family: Papaveraceae)


GLAUCIUM FLAVUM Crantz - Yellow Horn-poppy. 2n = 12.


Waste ground, sandy shores. From Eurasia.



GLEBIONIS (Family: Asteraceae)


GLEBIONIS CORONARIA (Linnaeus) Cassini ex Spach - Garland Chrysanthemum. 2n = 18.



Waste places. From Eurasia, northern Africa. [CHRYSANTHEMUM CORONARIUM Linnaeus]

GLEBIONIS SEGETUM (Linnaeus) Fourreau - Corn Marigold. 2n = 18.


Waste places, roadsides. From Eurasia, northern Africa. [CHRYSANTHEMUM SEGETUM Linnaeus]



GLECHOMA (Family: Lamiaceae)


GLECHOMA HEDERACEA Linnaeus - Gill-over-the-ground. 2n = (18), 36.


Roadsides, moist woodlands, damp, shaded places, waste places. From Eurasia. [G. HEDERACEA var. MICRANTHA Moricand]



GLEDITSIA (Family: Fabaceae)


GLEDITSIA TRIACANTHOS Linnaeus - Honey-locust. 2n = 28.


Roadsides, riverbanks, shores, moist woods, waste areas. From farther west and south.



GLOSSOSTIGMA (Family: Phrymaceae)


GLOSSOSTIGMA CLEISTANTHUM W.R. Barker - . 2n = 50.


Sandy, silty or gravelly pond and lake shores, occasionally intertidal shores. From Australia and New Zealand. [G. diandrum misapplied]



GLYCERIA (Family: Poaceae)


Glyceria acutiflora Torrey - . 2n = 20, 40.


Shallow water of pools, ponds, and streams.


Glyceria borealis (Nash) Batchelder - Northern Manna-grass. 2n = 20.


Shallow water, wet places.


Glyceria canadensis (Michaux) Trinius var. canadensis - Rattlesnake Grass. 2n = 60.


Swamps, wet woods, shores.


Glyceria canadensis (Michaux) Trinius var. laxa (Scribner) Hitchcock - . 2n = 42, 46, 60.


Swamps, wet woods, shores. [G. X laxa (Scribner) Scribner (pro species)]


Glyceria fluitans (Linnaeus) R. Brown - Float-grass. 2n = (20), 40.


Shallow water.


Glyceria grandis S. Watson var. grandis - Reed Meadow Grass. 2n = 20.


Swamps, ditches, shores.


GLYCERIA MAXIMA (Hartman) Holmberg - . 2n = 56, 60.


Ditches. From Eurasia. [G. SPECTABILIS Mertens & Koch]


Glyceria melicaria (Michaux) F.T. Hubbard - . 2n = 40.


Wet woods.


Glyceria obtusa (Muhlenberg) Trinius - . 2n = 40.


Wet sandy soils, swamps, wet woods.


Glyceria septentrionalis Hitchcock var. septentrionalis - Floating Manna-grass. 2n = 20, 40.


Swamps, shores, meadows.


Glyceria striata (Lamarck) Hitchcock - Fowl Meadow Grass. 2n = 20.


Wet places. [G. striata var. stricta (Scribner) Fernald]


Glyceria hybrid

Glyceria acutiflora Torrey X G. septentrionalis Hitchcock - .


Shallow water sloughs in meadows.



GLYCINE (Family: Fabaceae)


GLYCINE MAX (Linnaeus) Merrill - Soybean. 2n = 40.


Fields, railroads, roadsides. From eastern Asia.



GLYCYRRHIZA (Family: Fabaceae)


GLYCYRRHIZA LEPIDOTA Pursh - Wild Licorice. 2n = 16.


Waste places, fields. From farther west.



GNAPHALIUM (Family: Asteraceae)


Gnaphalium uliginosum Linnaeus - Low Cudweed. 2n = 14.


Roadside ditches, damp clearings, meadows, waste places.



GOMPHRENA (Family: Amaranthaceae)


GOMPHRENA GLOBOSA Linnaeus - Common Globe-amaranth. 2n = 32, 38, 40, 42, 44, 45-48.


Waste places. From southern Asia.



GOODYERA (Family: Orchidaceae)


Goodyera oblongifolia Rafinesque - Giant Rattlesnake-plantain. 2n = (22), 30.


Dry coniferous or mixed woods.


Goodyera pubescens (Willdenow) R. Brown - Downy Rattlesnake-plantain. 2n = 26.


Dry to moist woods.


Goodyera repens (Linnaeus) R. Brown - Dwarf Rattlesnake-plantain. 2n = 30, 32, (40).


Damp, mossy woods, especially under conifers. [G. repens var. ophioides Fernald]


Goodyera tesselata Loddiges - . 2n = 59-61.


Rich woods, often pine. [sometimes considered a hybrid -- G. oblongifolia Rafinesque X G. repens (Linnaeus) R. Brown]



GOSSYPIUM (Family: Malvaceae)


GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM Linnaeus - Upland Cotton. 2n = (26), (39), 52.


Waste places. From Mexico, Central America. [G. HERBACEUM misapplied]



GRAPHEPHORUM (Family: Poaceae)


Graphephorum melicoides (Michaux) Desvaux - Purple False Oats. 2n = 14.


Gravelly shores, river thickets. [Trisetum melicoides (Michaux) Vasey ex Scribner; T. melicoides var. majus (A. Gray) Hitchcock]



GRATIOLA (Family: Plantaginaceae)


Gratiola aurea Muhlenberg - Golden Hedge-Hyssop. 2n = 28.


Muddy, sandy or gravelly shores, especially acid soil of ponds and lakes, occasionally river shores and meadows.


Gratiola neglecta Torrey - . 2n = 16.


Muddy, sandy or gravelly shores, especially acid soil of ponds and lakes, occasionally river shores and meadows. [G. virginiana misapplied, old usage]



GRINDELIA (Family: Asteraceae)


GRINDELIA HIRSUTULA Hooker & Arnott - 2n = 12, 24.


Waste places. From farther west. [G. SQUARROSA (Pursh) Dunal var. QUASIPERENNIS Lunell]


GRINDELIA LANCEOLATA Nuttall - 2n = 12.


Roadsides. From farther south and west.


GRINDELIA SQUARROSA (Pursh) Dunal - 2n = 12.


Waste places, roadsides. From farther west. [G. SQUARROSA var. SERRULATA (Rydberg) Steyermark]



GUIZOTIA (Family: Asteraceae)


GUIZOTIA ABYSSINICA (Linnaeus (son)) Cassini - Niger Seed. 2n = 30.


Waste places, roadsides. From tropical Africa.



GYMNOCARPIUM (Family: Woodsiaceae)


Gymnocarpium dryopteris (Linnaeus) Newman - Oak Fern. 2n = (80), 160.


Cool, moist, often rocky, woods and banks. [Dryopteris disjuncta misapplied]


Gymnocarpium jessoense (Koidzumi) Koidzumi subsp. parvulum Sarvela - Nahanni Oak Fern 2n = 160.


Acid or neutral substrates of cool talus slopes, cliffs and outcrops.



GYMNOCLADUS (Family: Fabaceae)


GYMNOCLADUS DIOICUS (Linnaeus) K. Koch - Kentucky Coffeetree. 2n = 28.


Waste places, woodland margins, dry hillsides. From farther west and south.



GYPSOPHILA (Family: Caryophyllaceae)


GYPSOPHILA ELEGANS M. Bieberstein - Annual Baby's-breath. 2n = (26), 34.


Waste places, roadsides. From Eurasia.


GYPSOPHILA MURALIS Linnaeus - Low Baby's-breath. 2n = (30), 34.


Waste places, roadsides, fields, cemeteries. From Europe.


GYPSOPHILA PANICULATA Linnaeus - Tall Baby's-breath. 2n = (26), 34, (68).


Waste places, sandy roadsides, fields. From Eurasia.


GYPSOPHILA PERFOLIATA Linnaeus - 2n = ?


Sea beaches, roadsides. From Eurasia.


GYPSOPHILA SCORZONERIFOLIA Seringe - Garden Baby's-breath. 2n = 34, 68.


Beaches, roadsides, disturbed ground. From Europe.





Designed by Ray Angelo. Revised Jan. 19, 2017