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Juglans cinereaButternut
White Walnut
Juniperus communisCommon Juniper
Juniperus communis var. depressaCommon Juniper
Old Field Juniper
Prostrate Juniper
Juncus dichotomusForked Rush
Juncus diffusissimusSlimpod Rush
Juncus dudleyiDudley's Rush
Juncus effususCommon Rush
Soft Rush
Juncus effusus var. conglomeratusCommon Rush
Juncus effusus var. decipiensLamp Rush
Juncus effusus var. pylaeiCommon Rush
Juncus effusus var. solutusLamp Rush
Soft Rush
Juncus gerardiiSaltmeadow Rush
Juncus gerardii var. gerardiiSaltmeadow Rush
Juncus greeneiGreene's Rush
Juniperus horizontalisCreeping Juniper
Creeping Savin
Juncus marginatusGrassleaf Rush
Grass Leaf Rush
Juncus militarisBayonet Rush
Juglans nigraBlack Walnut
Eastern Black Walnut
American Black Walnut
Juncus nodosusKnotted Rush
Juncus nodosus var. nodosusKnotted Rush
Juncus pelocarpusBrownfruit Rush
Juncus secundusLopsided Rush
Juncus subcaudatusWoodland Rush
Juncus tenuisPoverty Rush
Path Rush
Juniperus virginianaEastern Red Cedar
Eastern Redcedar
Virginia Juniper
Red Juniper
Pencil Cedar
Carolina Cedar
Red Savin
Baton Rouge
Juniperus virginiana var. virginianaEastern Redcedar
Kalmia angustifoliaSheep Laurel
Lambkill Kalmia
Lambkill
Kalmia latifoliaMountain Laurel
Calico Bush
Kalmia
Kalmia polifoliaBog Laurel
Pale Laurel
Swamp Laurel
Krigia bifloraTwo-flower Dwarf Dandelion
Two-flower Cynthia
Dwarf Dandelion
Krigia biflora var. bifloraOrange Dwarfdandelion
Twoflower Dwarfdandelion
Krigia virginicaVirginia Dwarfdandelion
Virginia Dwarf-dandelion
Virginia Dwarf Dandelion
Dwarf Dandelion
Kyllinga gracillimaPasture Spikesedge
Lactuca biennisTall Blue Lettuce
Lactuca canadensisCanada Lettuce
Wild Lettuce
Laportea canadensisCanadian Woodnettle
Wood Nettle
Lachnanthes carolianaCarolina Redroot
Paint Root
Lactuca hirsutaHairy Lettuce
Lactuca hirsuta var. sanguineaHairy Lettuce
Red-flowered Wild Lettuce
Lathyrus japonicusBeach Pea
Sand Pea
Lathyrus japonicus var. maritimusBeach Pea
Lathyrus japonicus var. pellitusBeach Pea
Larix laricinaTamarack
American Larch
Hacmatack
Black Larch
Lappula occidentalisFlatspine Stickseed
Lappula occidentalis var. occidentalisFlatspine Stickseed
Lathyrus palustrisMarsh Pea
Marsh Vetchling
Lespedeza capitataRoundhead Lespedeza
Roundhead Bush-clover
Round-headed Lespedeza
Round-headed Bush-clover
Lepidium densiflorumCommon Pepperweed
Leptochloa fusca Malabar Sprangletop
Leptochloa fusca ssp. fascicularis Bearded Sprangletop
Ledum groenlandicumBog Labrador Tea
Rusty Labrador Tea
Labrador Tea
Hudson's Bay Tea
Muskeg Tea
Lespedeza hirtaHairy Lespedeza
Lechea intermediaLargepod Pinweed
Lechea intermedia var. intermediaLargepod Pinweed
Lechea maritimaBeach Pinweed
Lemna minorCommon Duckweed
Lechea mucronataHairy Pinweed
Leersia oryzoidesRice Cutgrass
Rice Cut Grass
Lespedeza repensCreeping Lespedeza
Creeping Bush-clover
Lespedeza stueveiTall Bush-clover
Tall Lespedeza
Lechea tenuifolia Narrowleaf Pinweed
Lemna trisulcaStar Duckweed
Lemna turioniferaTurion Duckweed
Lemna valdivianaValdivia Duckweed
Leersia virginicaWhitegrass
Lepidium virginicumVirginia Peppergrass
Virginia Pepperweed
Peppergrass
Poor Man's Pepper
Lespedeza violaceaViolet Lespedeza
Lespedeza virginicaSlender Lespedeza
Slender Bush-clover
Limosella australisWelsh Mudwort
Lindera benzoinNorthern Spicebush
Spicebush
Wild Allspice
Lindera benzoin var. benzoin Spicebush
Northern Spicebush
Benjamin Bush
Linnaea borealisTwinflower
American Twinflower
Linnaea borealis ssp. americanaTwinflower
Limonium carolinianumCarolina Sealavender
Sea Lavender
Lilium canadenseCanada Lily
Canadian Lily
Wild Yellow Lily
Lilium canadense ssp. canadenseCanada Lily
Lilaeopsis chinensisEastern Grasswort
Listera cordataHeartleaf Twayblade
Listera cordata var. cordataHeartleaf Twayblade
Lindernia dubiaYellowseed False Pimpernel
Lindernia dubia var. anagallideaYellowseed False Pimpernel
Lindernia dubia var. dubiaYellowseed False Pimpernel
Liatris ligulistylisRocky Mountain Blazing Star
Rocky Mountain Gayfeather
Rocky Mountain Liatris
Meadow Blazing Star
Meadow Gayfeather
Meadow Liatris
Liparis liliifoliaBrown Widelip Orchid
Large Twayblade
Liparis loeseliiYellow Widelip Orchid
Fen Orchid
Linum mediumStiff Yellow Flax
Linum medium var. texanumStiff Yellow Flax
Lipocarpha micranthaSmallflower Halfchaff Sedge
Lilium philadelphicumWood Lily
Lilium philadelphicum var. philadelphicumLis de Philadelphie
Wood Lily
Liatris scariosaDevil's Bite
Large Blazing Star
Large Gayfeather
Large Liatris
Savanna Blazing Star
Savanna Gayfeather
Savanna Liatris
Ligusticum scoticumScottish Licorice-root
Scotch Lovage
Liatris scariosa var. nieuwlandiiNieuwland's Blazing Star
Nieuwland's Gayfeather
Nieuwland's Liatris
Liatris scariosa var. novae-angliaeNew England Blazing Star
Northern Gayfeather
Ligusticum scoticum ssp. scoticumScottish Licorice-root
Scotch Lovage
Liatris spicataDense Blazing Star
Dense Gayfeather
Dense Liatris
Marsh Blazing Star
Marsh Gayfeather
Marsh Liatris
Liatris spicata var. spicataDense Blazing Star
Florist Gayfeather
Marsh Gayfeather
Linum striatumRidged Yellow Flax
Liquidambar styracifluaSweetgum
American Sweetgum
Red Gum
White Gum
Star-leaved Gum
Starleaf Gum
Alligator Tree
Satin Walnut
Bilsted
Liquidambar
Lilium superbumTurk's-cap Lily
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