Showing 8 types of MAGNOLIOPSIDA
Introduced to the United States from the Mediterranean
Native to the United States, and widely distributed in the United States.
A native of Europe, now widespread in North America.
Native to Europe and Asia, now common throughout the world.
Introduced from Europe as a garden herb, and now found sporadically across the United States.
Native to Europe, and found throughout the United States and southern Canada.
Native to the Mediterranean, now widespread in the U.S.