Flora of New York/Lamiales 2


Lamiales 1:
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Scrophulariaceae
Flora of New York — Lamiales 2: : Lamiaceae
Lamiales 3:
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Lentibulariaceae
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Family LamiaceaeEdit

The Lamiaceae (mint family) is the sixth largest family of the flowering-plants.[1]

Subfamily ViticoideaeEdit

Although no members of the Viticoideae (sage subfamily) have yet been verified outside of cultivation in New York, the beach vitex has been documented as having the potential to be highly invasive in the Long Island region. The genus Callicarpa is included here only for convenience, as it is currently unplaced within the Lamiaceae but is said to be "allied" to the Viticoideae.[1]

Callicarpa americana has also not been found to have naturalized in New York, but it is cultivated and sold in the "native plant" trade.


VitexEdit

 
Vitex rotundifolia
Vitex rotundifolia (beach vitex) is listed as potentially being highly invasive in New York. It was introduced in the southeasterm US for beach stabilizaiton but is now banned in most areas,[1] including New York State.[2]

There appear to have been no East Coast reports north of southern New Jersey.


Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Viticoideae — Vitex
Vitex Chaste-tree N.Y. Status Images Distribution NPT
L.

    Vitex agnus-castus L.
Lilac chaste tree

Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
iMapInvasives,
 Invasive.org: [1],
 USGS: L48 established
 
NYFA: Not in Flora Atlas
iNat: 6 counties

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L.f.

1782. Vitex rotundifolia L.f.
1784. Vitex ovata Thunb.
1847. Vitex trifolia var. unifoliolata
1891. Vitex ovata var. subtrisecta
1903. Vitex trifolia var. ovata
1959. Vitex trifolia var. simplicifolia
Beach vitex,
Roundleaf chaste-tree,
Chasteberry,
Monk's pepper
Introduced from
 western Pacific,
Highly invasive,
 NYIS: 73%[1],
 USGS: L48 established

Perennial,
Shrub
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CallicarpaEdit

 
Callicarpa americana
American beautyberry is native to the Southeast and occasionally planted in New York as a "native" shrub, but its has not been known to naturalize in the Northeast.
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Viticoideae — Callicarpa
Callicarpa Beautyberry N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Callicarpa americana L.
1755. Burchardia americana (L.) Duhamel
American beautyberry,
Beauty-berry,
French mulberry
Introduced from
 southeastern US,
US South native
 
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(Lour.) K.Koch

1790. Porphyra dichotoma Lour.
1872. Callicarpa dichotoma (Lour.) K.Koch
Purple beauty-berry

Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
 GRIIS-US: Invasive,
Uncertain naturalization
 
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iNat: xx counties

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Subfamily AjugoideaeEdit

The Ajugoideae (bugle subfamily).

TrichostemaEdit

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Ajugoideae — Ajugeae — Trichostema
Trichostemasect. Trichostema Bluecurls N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Trichostema dichotomum L.
1821. Trichostema pilosum Roth
1937. T. dichotomum var. puberulum Fernald & Griscom
Forked bluecurls,
Bastard pennyroyal,
Common blue curls,
Blue curls
Trichostème fourchu
Native,
Secure
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1778. Trichostema setaceum Houtt.
1788. T. lineare Walter
1814. T. dichotomum var. lineare (Walter) Pursh
1818. T. lineare Nutt.
Narrowleaf bluecurls,
Narrow-leaved blue-curls
Native,
Endangered
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Trichostemasect. Orthopodium Bluecurls N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Trichostema brachiatum L.
1803. Isanthus coeruleus Michx.
1888. Isanthus brachiatus B.S.P.
[1]
1933. Isanthus brachiatus var. linearis
1943. Tetraclea viscida Lundell
Fluxweed,
False pennyroyal,
Glade blue curls,
Pennyroyal blue curls
Native,
Rare
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  1. Weakley (2005) suggests that Trichostema sect. Orthopodium could be moved to Isanthus, which would return Trichostema brachiatum to Isanthus brachiatus. Weakley, Alan. 2005. Flora of the Carolinas, Virginia, and Georgia. Working draft. June 10, 2005. University of North Carolina Herbarium, Chapel Hill, NC.

AjugaEdit

 
Ajuga reptans L.
carpet bugle
Ajuga, or bugleweed, contains about 40 species of herbaceous plants, none of which are native to North America. The two species Ajuga reptans and to a lesser extent Ajuga genevensis have been found to naturalize in New York State.
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Ajuga Bugle N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Ajuga reptans L.
Carpet bugle,
Common bugle,
Blue bugle
Bugle rampante
Introduced,
Widespread weed,
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 L.

1753. Ajuga genevensis L.
Erect bugle,
Standing bugle,
Geneva bugle
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  1. Appendix 5. Plant species of concern (Watch List) within the central Finger Lakes region. Policy on the use of non-native plants in Cornell Plantations' accessioned collections (2009)
  2. Category 3 Plants - widespread non-native species - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service

TeucriumEdit

 
Teucrium canadense L.
American germander

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Ajugoideae — Teucrieae — Teucrium
Teucrium Germander N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Teucrium canadense L.
1829. T. canadense var. virginicum (L.) Eaton
1878. T. occidentale A. Gray
1901. T. boreale E.P. Bicknell
1901. T. littorale E.P. Bicknell
1908. T. canadense var. littorale (E.P. Bicknell) Fernald
1946. T. canadense var. occidentale (A. Gray) E. M. McClint. & Epling
1963. T. canadense var. boreale (E.P. Bicknell) Shinners
American germander
Canada germander
Canadian germander
Hairy germander
Western germander
Wood sage

Germandrée du Canada
Native, CoC: 4,
Secure

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 L.

1753. Teucrium botrys L.
Cutleaf germander,
Cut-leaved germander,
Cut-leaf germander
Introduced from
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Possibly naturalized
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ClerodendrumEdit

 
Clerodendrum trichotomum
Although Clerodendrum trichotomum (harlequin glorybower) is not listed in the New York Flora Atlas, it has been cultivated, and there are reports of it naturalizing in eastern Long Island.[1] It is listed as Invasive Species Tier 5 (Monitor) in the Lower Hudson and Long Island PRISMs.[2]
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Clerodendrum
Clerodendrum Glorybower N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

1784. Clerodendrum trichotomum Thunb.
Harlequin glorybower
Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
 NYIS Tier: (5),
 Invasive.org: [2],
 GRIIS-US: established (category C3)
 
NYFA: Not listed
iNat: 6 counties

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Subfamily ScutellarioideaeEdit

ScutellariaEdit
 
Scutellaria galericulata
Skullcap (Scutellaria) contains about eight species that are or have been found in New York. Several of these are presumed to be extirpated in the state.
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Scutellarioideae — Scutellaria
Scutellaria Skullcap N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Marsh skullcap,
Hooded skullcap
Native, CoC: 6,
Secure

OBL

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Herb-forb
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 L.

Mad dog skullcap
Mad-dog skullcap
Blue skullcap
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure
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 Michx.
 var. parvula

Small skullcap Native, CoC: 8,
Rare,
DEC-C[1]
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 var. missouriensis

Leonard's skullcap Native, CoC: 10,
No recent reports,
S1, G4-T4

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 Biehler
 var. incana

Hoary skullcap,
Downy skullcap
Native, CoC: 10,
Endangered,
No recent reports,
DEC-A[2],
SH, G5

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
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 L.

Hyssop skullcap
Helmet flower
Native, CoC: 10,
Endangered,
DEC-A[2],
S1, G5

FACW

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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 Muhl. ex Spreng.
var. elliptica

    Scutellaria ovalifolia Pers.
    Scutellaria pilosa Michx.
Hairy skullcap Native, CoC: 10,
Likely extirpated
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 Pursh

Veined skullcap Native, CoC: 10,
Likely extirpated
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Showy skullcap Native, CoC: 10,
No recent reports
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 Fernald

Scutellaria galericulata ×
Scutellaria lateriflora

Skullcap Native,
N.Y. excluded
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Subfamily LamioideaeEdit

Tribe MarrubieaeEdit

BallotaEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Marrubieae — Ballota
Ballota Horehound N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.
ssp. foetida (Koch) Hayek

1929. Ballota nigra ssp. foetida
    Ballota nigra var. alba
    Ballota nigra var. foetida
    Ballota borealis Schweigg.
Black horehound,
Fetid horehound
Ballote vulgaire,
Ballote noire,
Marrube noire
Introduced from
 Europe,
 northern Africa
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MarrubiumEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Marrubieae — Marrubium
Marrubium Horehound N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

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L.

    Marrubium peregrinum L.
Horehound

Introduced,
Not naturalized
 
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MoluccellaEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Marrubieae — Moluccella
Moluccella Moluccella N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Shellflower Introduced,
Impersistent
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Tribe LamieaeEdit

LamiumEdit
 
Lamium galeobdolon
Lamium species are commonly known as dead-nettles and are native to Eurasia and northern Africa. About six of these species have naturalized in New York.
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Lamieae — Lamium
Lamium Deadnettle N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) L.

1753. Galeopsis galeobdolon L.
1759. Lamium galeobdolon (L.) L.
1778. Galeobdolon luteum Huds.
1966. Lamiastrum galeobdolon Ehren. & Polatschek
Yellow archangel,
Yellow henbit,
Aluminum plant,
Artillery plant
Lamier jaune,
Ortie jaune,
Lamier doré
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Invasive,
 NYIS Tier: U, LH: 5,
iMapInvasives,
 Invasive.org: [3],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
Weed[1]
 
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iNat: ~30 counties
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 (L.) L.

1753. Lamium album var. maculatum L.
1763. Lamium maculatum L.
Spotted deadnettle,
Spotted henbit,
Variegated deadnettle
Lamier maculé,
Lamier tacheté
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Widespread weed,
 Invasive.org: [4],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
NE-3[2]
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 L.
 var. purpureum

1753. Lamium purpureum L.
1852. Lamiopsis purpurea (L.) Opiz
Purple deadnettle,
Red hanbit,
Red deadnettle
Introduced,
Widespread weed,
 USGS: L48 invasive
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 L.
 var. hybridum (Vill.) Vill.

1786. Lamium hybridum Vill.
1787. Lamium purpureum var. hybridum (Vill.) Vill.
1796. Lamium dissectum With.
1806. Lamium purpureum var. incisum (Willd.) Pers.
1881. Lamium hybridum ssp. hybridum (With.) Nyman
1927. Lamium hybridum ssp. dissectum (With.) Gams
1927. Lamium hybridum var. dissectum (With.) Gams
Hybrid deadnettle,
Purple deadnettle,
Red deadnettle,
Red hanbit
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 L.

1753. Lamium amplexicaule L.
1960. Lamium amplexicaule var. album Pickens & M.C.W.Pickens
Henbit deadnettle,
Common dead-nettle,
Common henbit,
Clasping henbit
Introduced from
 Eurasia, n. Africa,
Potentially invasive,
 USGS: L48 invasive
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 L.
 ssp. album

1753. Lamium album L.
White deadnettle,
White-nettle,
White henbit,
Snowflake
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Unknown naturalization
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Tribe LeonureaeEdit

LeonurusEdit
 
Leonurus cardiaca
Motherwort
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Leonureae — Leonurus
Leonurus Motherwort N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Leonurus cardiaca L.
1830. Leonurus glaucescens Bunge
1849. Leonurus cardiaca var. villosus
1874. Lamium cardiaca (L.) Baill.
1945. Leonurus cardiaca ssp. villosus
Common mother-wort
Motherwort
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Widespread weed,
 Invasive.org: [5],
NE-3[1]
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 Houtt.

1753. Leonurus sibiricus L. misapplied
1778. Leonurus japonicus Houtt.
Chinese motherwort
Honeyweed
Siberian motherwort
Introduced  
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iNat: Queens (2020), Rockland (2021)
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  1. Category 3 Plants - widespread non-native species - Eastern Region invasive plants, ranked by degree of invasiveness as based on information from States (1998) US Forest Service
ChaiturusEdit
 
Leonurus marrubiastrum
False motherwort
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Leonureae — Chaiturus
Chaiturus Lion's tail N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Ehrh. ex Rchb.

1753. Leonurus marrubiastrum L.
1771. Cardiaca marrubiastrum (L.) Schreb.
1787. Chaiturus leonuroides Willd. (nom. superfl.)
1796. Leonurus parviflorus Salisb. (nom. illeg.)
1831. Chaiturus marrubiastrum (L.) Ehrh. ex Rchb.
1839. Chaiturus marrubiastrum (L.) Spenn.
1844. Leonurus marrubiastrum var. simplicissimus K.Koch
1880. Leonurus marrubifolius St.-Lag.
1889. Chaiturus marrubifolius St.-Lag.
False motherwort
Lion's tail
Introduced,
Not naturalized
 
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iNat: Sullivan (2020), Ulster (2020)
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Tribe PhlomideaeEdit

PhlomisEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Phlomideae — Phlomis
Phlomis Jerusalem-sage N.Y. Status Images Distribution NPT
 L.

1753. Phlomis tuberosa L.
1794. Phlomoides tuberosa (L.) Moench
1824. Leonotis tuberosa (L.) Hoffmanns.
1829. Phlomidopsis tuberosa (L.) Link
1837. Trambis tuberosa (L.) Raf.
1843. Phlomitis tuberosa (L.) Rchb.
ex T.Nees
Tuberous Jerusalem sage,
Jerusalem sage
Sauge de Jérusalem
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Unk. naturalization
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Tribe SynandreaeEdit

PhysostegiaEdit
 
Physostegia virginiana
The only native or naturalized member of Physostegia found in New York is P. virginiana, the commonly-cultivated northern obedient-plant. Although it is considered native to New York, most populations are probably the result of naturalized escapes.[1]
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Physostegia Lionsheart N.Y. Status Images Distribution NPT
 (L.) Benth.
ssp. virginiana

1753. Dracocephalum virginianum L.
1789. Dracocephalum denticulatum Aiton
1830. Physostegia speciosa Sweet
1834. Physostegia virginiana (L.) Benth.
1908. Physostegia formosior Lunell
1931. Dracocephalum formosius Rydb.
1982. P. virginiana ssp. virginiana autonym
Obedient plant,
False dragon-head,
Obedient false dragon-head,
Virginia false dragon-head
Physostégie de Virginie
Native, CoC: 9,
Secure,
S5, G5

FACW-FAC

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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Tribe StachydeaeEdit

StachysEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — Stachydeae — Stachys
Stachys Hedgenettle N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 Pursh

1800. Stachys tenuifolia Willd. (misappl.)
1814. Stachys hispida Pursh
1836. Stachys glabra Riddell
1920. Stachys palustris var. macrocalyx Jenn.
1943. Stachys tenuifolia var. platyphylla Fernald
1943. Stachys tenuifolia var. perlonga Fernald
1943. Stachys tenuifolia var. hispida Fernald
1972. Stachys palustris var. hispida B.Boivin
1982. Stachys pilosa ssp. hispida (Pursh) Á.Löve & D.Löve
Hispid hedgenettle,
Smooth hedge-nettle,
Slender betony
Native,
Likely secure
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 Michx.
var. hyssopifolia

    Stachys hyssopifolia Michx.
    Stachys atlantica Britton
    Stachys lythroides Small
Hyssopleaf hedgenettle,
Hyssop-leaved hedge-nettle
Native,
Threatened
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Nutt.
 var. pilosa

1834. Stachys pilosa Nutt.
1900. Stachys palustris var. homotricha Fernald
1909. Stachys asperrima Rydb.
1920. Stachys palustris var. nipigonenis Jenn.
1934. Stachys palustris ssp. pilosa (Nutt.) Epling
1943. Stachys palustris var. pilosa (Nutt.) Fernald
Hairy hedgenettle
Hairy hedge nettle
hairy hedge-nettle

Native, CoC: 3,
Unranked
 
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Nutt.
var. arenicola (Britton) G.A.Mulligan & D.B.Munro

1901. Stachys arenicola Britton
1931. Stachys brevidens Rydb.
1989. Stachys pilosa var. arenicola (Britton) G.A.Mulligan & D.B.Munro
Marsh hedge-nettle
Sand hedge nettle

Native, CoC: 0,
Very rare,
S1
 
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iNat: Cortland (2018)
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 L.

1753. Stachys palustris L.
1849. S. palustris var. elliptica Clos
1879. S. palustris var. petiolata T.Durand
1881. S. palustris var. segetum Nyman
1908. S. palustris var. homotricha Fernald
Marsh hedge-nettle,
Marsh woundwort,
Marsh betony
Épaire des marais,
Crapaudine
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 Eurasia
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 K.Koch

Woolly hedgenettle,
Lamb's ears,
Epiaire laineuse
Introduced from
 temperate Asia,
 USGS: L48 established
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 L.

1753. Stachys sylvatica L.
Whitespot,
Woodland hedge-nettle,
Hedge woundwort
Épaire des bois,
Épaire des forêts
Introduced from
 Eurasia
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 (L.) L.

1753. Betonica annua L.
1763. Stachys annua (L.) L.
Annual hedgenettle
Épiaire annuelle
Introduced from
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Impersistent
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 Bunge

1833. Stachys affinis Bunge
1865. Stachys sieboldii Miq.
[1]
1887. Stachys tuberifera Naudin
Artichoke betony,
Chinese artichoke,
Crosne du Japon
Introduced from
 China,
Impersistent
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 (L.) L.

1753. Glechoma arvensis L.
1763. Stachys arvensis (L.) L.
1778. Cardiaca arvensis (L.) Lam.
Field hedgenettle,
Staggerweed,
Field woundwort
Épiaire des champs
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 N. Africa,
Impersistent
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 (K. Koch) Stearn

1800. Betonica grandiflora Stephan
ex Willd.
1834. S. grandiflora (Willd.) Benth. hom.
1849. Betonica macrantha K.Koch
1951. Stachys macrantha (K.Koch) Stearn
Big-sage Introduced from
 temperate Asia,
Impersistent,
No specimens
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 (L.) Trevis.

1753. Betonica officinalis L.
1834. Stachys betonica Benth.
Common hedgenettle Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 N.Africa,
Impersistent
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 Riddell

1848. Stachys nuttallii Shuttlw. ex Benth.
1903. Stachys salvioides Small
1920. Stachys riddellii House
1927. Stachys subcordata Rydb.
1936. Stachys cordata Riddell
Heartleaf hedgenettle,
Heart-leaved
  hedge-nettle
Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
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Tribe GaleopseaeEdit

Tribe Galeopseae (Dumort.) Vis.[1]
GaleopsisEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Lamioideae — uncertain — Galeopsis
Galeopsis Hempnettle N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
Boenn.

1824. Galeopsis bifida Boenn.
1831. G. tetrahit var. bifida
1848. G. tetrahit var. parviflora
1881. G. tetrahit ssp. bifida
1921. G. bifida var. emarginata
1929. G. tetrahit var. bifida
Notched hemp-nettle,
Bifid-lip hempnettle,
Splitlip hempnettle,
Common hempnettle
Galéopside bifide,
Galéopsis bifide
Introduced,
Naturalized,
Widespread
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 L.

1753. Galeopsis tetrahit L.
1763. Lamium tetrahit (L.) Crantz
1771. G. tetrahit var. tetrahit
1794. Tetrahit nodosum (L.) Moench
1821. G. nodosum (Moench) Gray (i)
1862. G. tetrahit ssp. tetrahit
1891. Ladanum tetrahit (L.) Kuntze
Common hempnettle,
Common hemp-nettle,
Brittle-stemmed hemp-nettle,
Brittlestem hempnettle,
Dog nettle,
Ironwort
Galéopside à tige carrée,
Galéopside tétrahit,
Ortie royale
Introduced from
 Europe,
Naturalized
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 L.

1753. Galeopsis ladanum L.
    
    
Broad-leaved hemp-nettle,
Broadleaf hempnettle,
Hemp nettle
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Not naturalized
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 Ehrh. ex Hoffm.

    G. angustifolia Ehrh. ex Hoffm.
    G. ladanum var. angustifolia
    
Narrow-leaved hemp-nettle,
Narrowleaf hempnettle
Introduced,
Not naturalized
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Subfamily NepetoideaeEdit

Tribe ElsholtzieaeEdit

CollinsoniaEdit
 
Collinsonia canadensis
stoneroot, horsebalm, richweed

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Elsholtzieae — Collinsonia
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L.

1753. Collinsonia canadensis L.
Stoneroot,
Horsebalm,
Canada horse-balm,
Northern horsebalm,
Richweed,
Citronella,
Citronella horse balm
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure

FAC

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ElsholtziaEdit
 
Elsholtzia ciliata
crested late-summer mint
Elsholtzia ciliata (crested late-summer mint) is listed as invasive in Connecticut.[1]
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Elsholtzieae — Elsholtzia
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 (Thunb.) Hyl.

Elsholtzia cristata
Crested elsholtzia,
Crested latesummer mint,
Crested late-summer mint,
Vietnamese balm
Introduced from
 Asia,
Potentially invasive
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PerillaEdit
 
Perilla frutescens
beefsteak plant

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Elsholtzieae — Perilla
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 (L.) Britton
var. frutescens

1753. Ocimum frutescens L.
1764. Perilla ocymoides L. superfl.
1856. Perilla ocymoides var. japonica Hassk.
1939. Salvia infuscata Epling
1948. Perilla frutescens var. japonica (Hassk.) H.Hara
Beefsteak plant
Beefsteakplant
Perilla-mint
Wild sesame
Introduced,
Naturalized

FAC

Annual,
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 (L.) Britton
var. crispa (Benth.) W. Deane

1784. Ocimum crispum Thunb.
1848. Perilla ocymoides var. crispa Benth.
1848. Perilla arguta Benth.
1923. Perilla frutescens var. crispa (Benth.) W. Deane
Crisped beefsteak plant
Shiso
Beefsteakplant
Introduced,
Unk. naturalization

FAC

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Tribe MentheaeEdit

Mentheae is the largest Lamiaceae tribe and contains the herbs sage, thyme, and of course mint. The subtribes used here are from Drew & Sytsma (2012).[1]
Subtribe SalviinaeEdit
SalviaEdit
 
Salvia lyrata
Salvia is the largest genus in the Lamiaceae. Its only native species, Salvia lyrata, is listed as Endangered but has not been reported in the state recently.
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Salviinae — Salvia
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L.

1753. Salvia lyrata L.
1768. Horminum lyratum (L.) Mill.
1837. Larnastyra lyrata (L.) Raf.
1828. Cunila lyrata (L.) Schrank
Lyre-leaved sage,
Lyreleaf sage,
Cancerweed
Native, CoC: 10,
Endangered,
No recent reports,
SH, G5

FACW-FACU

Perennial,
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Sun - part shade
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 Michx. ex Lam.
var. grandiflora Benth.

1833. Salvia pitcheri Torr. ex Benth.
1848. Salvia azurea var. grandiflora
1894. Salvia azurea var. pitcheri
1939. Salvia azurea ssp. pitcheri
1939. Salvia azurea ssp. intermedia
Blue sage,
Pitcher sage,
Pitcher's sage
Introduced from
 southern U.S.,
N. America native
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 Hornem.

1806. Salvia lanceolata Brouss.
1807. Salvia reflexa Hornem.
Lance-leaved sage,
Rocky Mountain sage,
Blue sage,
Lambsleaf sage,
Sage mint
Introduced from
 great plains,
N. America native
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Oswego (2003),
St. Lawrence (1994),
Suffolk (2001)
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 L.

1753. Salvia glutinosa L.
    
    
Sticky sage,
Jupiter's sage,
Jupiter's distaff
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Potentially invasive,
iMapInvasives,
 Invasive.org: [6],
 USGS: L48 established,
Naturalized[1]
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 Benth.

    
    
    
Wood sage Introduced,
Unk. naturalization
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 L.

    
    
    
Kitchen sage Introduced   NYFA-X
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 L.

    
    
    
Meadow sage
Meadow clary
Introduced sage

Sauge des près
Introduced,
Naturalized
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 L.

    
    
    
Lilac sage Introduced   NYFA-X
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Salvia(excluded species) Sage N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
L.

    
    
    
Clary
Clary sage
Europe sage

Sauge sclarée
Sclarée
Toute-bonne
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
N.Y. excluded
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Silver sage Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
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 L.

    
    
    
Nodding sage Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
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L. (pro. sp)

Salvia nemorosa ×
Salvia pratensis

    
    
    
Hybrid of
 wood sage &
 meadow sage
Introduced,
N.Y. excluded
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  1. Nava M. Tabak (2011). Salvia glutinosa (Lamiaceae) naturalized in southeastern New York. Rhodora 113: 220-224.
MelissaEdit
 
Melissa officinalis

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Salviinae — Melissa
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L.

    Melissa officinalis L.
Lemonbalm
Lemon balm
Common balm
Garden balm
Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
 Invasive.org: [7],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
Naturalized,
SNA, GNR

UPL

Perennial,
Heerb-forb
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Subtribe PrunellinaeEdit
PrunellaEdit
 
Prunella vulgaris
In New York, Prunella (self-heal or heal-all) consists primarily of the single species Prunella vulgaris, which (depending on the source) has two subspecies present: the Eurasian P. vulgaris ssp. vulgaris and the North American P. vulgaris ssp. lanceolata.
Prunella vulgaris self-heal middle cauline (mid-stem) leaves growth form
base shape leaf shape length/width ratio
 ssp. lanceolata American cuniate (wedge-shape) lanceolate to oblong 2.0 - 5.0 (avg. 3.0) upright or reclining, tips ascending
 ssp. vulgaris Eurasian rounded ovate to ovate-oblong 1.5 - 2.5 (avg. 2.0) flat on ground
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Prunellinae — Prunella
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 L.
 ssp. lanceolata (W.P.C.Barton) Piper & Beattie

1818. P. pennsylvanica var. lanceolata W.P.C.Barton
1834. P. vulgaris var. elongata Benth.
1913. P. vulgaris var. lanceolata (W.P.C.Barton) Fernald
1915. P. vulgaris ssp. lanceolata (W.P.C.Barton) Piper & Beattie
American self-heal,
American heal-all,
Lance selfheal,
Mountain selfheal,
Narrowleaf selfheal
Native,
Likely secure,
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 L.
 ssp. vulgaris

1753. Prunella vulgaris L.
Eurasian self-heal,
Common self-heal
Introduced,
Widespread weed
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(L.) L.

    Prunella laciniata (L.) L.
    
    
Cutleaf selfheal,
Cut-leaved selfheal,
Cut-leaved heal-all
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Subtribe LycopinaeEdit
LycopusEdit
 
Lycopus americanus
Bugleweed, waterhorehound, or gypsywort (genus Lycopus) species are herbaceous perennials that grow in a variety of wetlands, on stream banks, and in low-lying meadows.
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 Muhl. ex W.P.C.Barton

1813. Lycopus americanus Muhl. (i)
1815. Lycopus americanus Muhl. ex W.P.C.Barton
1917. Phytosalpinx americana (Muhl. ex W.P.C.Barton) Lunell
American bugleweed
American water horehound
Common water horehound[1]
Native, CoC: 4,
Secure,
S5, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
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 Michx.

1803. Lycopus uniflorus Michx.
1901. Lycopus communis E.P.Bicknell
1901. Lycopus membranaceus E.P.Bicknell
1910. Lycopus coreanus H.Lév.
Northern bugleweed
Northern water horehound
Northern water-horehound
Tuberous water-horehound
Slender bugleweed
One-flowered horehound

Lycope à une fleur
Native, CoC: 4,
Secure,
S5, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
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 L.

1753. Lycopus virginicus L.
1814. Lycopus virginicus var. quercifolius Pursh
1833. Lycopus macrophyllus Benth.
1833. Lycopus virginicus var. pauciflorus Benth.
1840. Euhemus officinalis Raf.
1840. Euhemus sylvaticus Raf.
1870. Lycopus virginicus var. macrophyllus (Benth.) A.Gray
Virginia bugleweed,
Virginia water horehound
Native, CoC: 4,
Likely secure,
S4, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
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Steele

Lycopus uniflorus ×
Lycopus virginicus

1901. Lycopus sherardii E.S.Steele
1901. Lycopus × sherardii Steele
1972. Lycopus virginicus var. sherardii (Steele) B.Boivin
Sherard’s bugleweed
Sherard’s water horehound
Native,
Unraked,
SNA

OBL
 
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 Raf.

    Lycopus amplectens Raf.
    Lycopus sessilifolius A.Gray
    Lycopus amplectens var. pubens (Britton ex Small) Fernald
Clasping bugleweed
Clasping water horehound
Clasping water-horehound
Sessile-leaved bugleweed
Native, CoC: 10,
Threatened,
S2, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
NYFA: 2 counties (1988)
iNat: not observed?
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 Moench

    Lycopus rubellus Moench
Stalked bugleweed
Stalked water horehound
Taperleaf water horehound
Native, CoC: 3,
Endangered,
S1, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Ferb-forb
 
NYFA: ? counties
iNat: Bronx (2018)
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 Greene

1848. Lycopus obtusifolius Benth.
1898. Lycopus asper Greene
1898. Lycopus maritimus Greene
1917. Phytosalpinx aspera (Greene) Lunell
Western bugleweed
Western water horehound
Western water-horehound
Rough bugleweed
Rough water horehound
Introduced,
N. America native,
Unknown naturalization,
SNA, G5

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
NYFA: 3 counties (1981)
iNat: not observed
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 L.

1753. Lycopus europaeus L.
1891. Lycopus europaeus var. mollis Briq.
European bugleweed
European water horehound
Gypsywort
Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
iMapInvasives,
 Invasive.org: [8],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
Naturalized,
SNA, GNR

OBL

Perennial,
Herb-forb
 
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iNat: 10 counties
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Subtribe NepetineaeEdit
AgastacheEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Neptinae — Agastache
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 (Willd.) Kuntze

1800. Hyssopus scrophulariaefolia Willd.
1891. Agastache scrophulariifolia (Willd.) Kuntze
Purple giant-hyssop,
Figwort giant-hyssop,
Purple giant hyssop,
Figwort giant hyssop
Agastache à feuilles
  de scrofulaire
Native, CoC: 2,
Likely secure

Perennial,
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 (L.) Kuntze

1753. Hyssopus nepetoides L.
1808. Vleckia nepetoides (L.) Raf.
1891. A. nepetoides (L.) Kuntze
1829. Lophanthus nepetoides (L.) Benth.
Yellow giant hyssop,
Catnip giant-hyssop
Agastache faux-népéta,
Agastache faux-népète
Native, CoC: 6,
Threatened

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Forb-herb
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 (Pursh) Kuntze

1813. Hyssopus anethiodorus Nutt.
1814. Stachys foeniculum Pursh
1818. Hyssopus foeniculum (Pursh) Spreng.
1829. Lophanthus anisatus Benth.
1891. Agastache foeniculum (Pursh) Kuntze
1892. Vleckia foeniculum (Pursh) MacMill.
1894. Vleckia anethiodora (Nutt.) Greene
1898. Agastache anethiodora (Nutt.) Britton
Anise-hyssop,
Fragrant giant-hyssop,
Lavender giant-hyssop,
Anise mint,
Blue giant hyssop,
Fennel giant hyssop,
Licorice mint
Agastache fenouil
Introduced from
 S-central Canada,
 N-central US,
N. America native,
Cultivated,
Naturalized: ?

Perennial,
Forb-herb,
Sun-shade
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DracocephalumEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Neptinae — Dracocephalum
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 Nutt.

1818. Dracocephalum parviflora Nutt.
1913. Moldavica parviflora Britton
American dragonhead,
Dragonhead mint
Native,
Endangered
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 L.

    Moldavica thymiflora (L.) Rydb.
Thymeleaf dragonhead,
Thyme-leaved dragon-head
Introduced,
Impersistent
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GlechomaEdit
 
Glechoma hederacea
Ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea) is a common weed found in cultivated places throughout most of New York State.
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Neptinae — Glechoma
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 L.

1753. Glechoma hederacea L.
1771. Calamintha hederacea (L.) Scop.
1822. Glechoma hederacea var. parvifolia Gray
1834. Nepeta glechoma Benth.
1842. Nepeta hederacea (L.) Trevis.
Ground ivy,
Gill-over-the-ground,
Creeping Charlie
Introduced,
Highly invasive,
 NYIS Tier: 4,
iMapInvasives,
 Invasive.org: [9],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
Widespread weed,
SNA, GNR

FACU

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HyssopusEdit
 
Hyssopus officinalis
Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis)
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Neptinae — Hyssopus
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1753. Hyssopus officinalis L.
2020. Hyssopus schleicheri G.Don ex Loudon
Hyssop
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NepetaEdit
 
Nepeta cataria L. catnip

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Neptinae — Nepeta
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 L.

Catnip Introduced,
Widespread weed,
IO
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 M.Bieb.

Caucasus catmint Introduced,
Impersistent
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 Lam.

    Nepeta racemosa Lam.
    Nepeta mussinii Spreng. ex Henckel
Racemed catnip
Persian catmint
Introduced,
Impersistent
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MeehaniaEdit
 
Meehania cordata
Meehan's mint
Meehan's mint is native to the Appalachians from North Carolina to Pennsylvania. It doesn't appear to have naturalized in New York, though it is planted as a "native" groundcover.
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Nepetineae — Meehania
Meehania Meehan's mint N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
(Nutt.) Britton

1818. Dracocephalum cordatum Nutt.
1834. Cedronella cordata Benth.
1894. Meehania cordata (Nutt.) Britton
Meehan's mint,
Creeping mint,
Trailing mint
Introduced from
 Appalachians,
US South native,
No NY reports

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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Subtribe MenthinaeEdit
The large Menthinae subtribe can ce separated into Old-World and New-World clades along the lines presented in Drew and Sytsma (2012).[1] However, many of the genera have been found to be polyphyletic, including Mentha and Clinopodium, which have New York species in both clades.
HedeomaEdit
 
Hedeoma pulegioides
False-pennyroyal (Hedeoma species).
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Hedeoma
Hedeoma False-pennyroyal N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Pers. (1806)

    Cunila pulegioides
    Melissa pulegioides
    Ziziphora pulegioides
American false pennyroyal,
American pennyroyal
Native,
Secure
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 Pursh

Rough false pennyroyal Native,
Threatened
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BlephiliaEdit
 
Blephilia hirsuta

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Blephilia
Blephilia Pagoda-plant N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (Pursh) Benth.

Hairy pagoda plant,
Hairy woodmint
Native, CoC: 6,
Likely secure,
S4, G5?

FACU
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 (L.) Raf.

Downy pagoda plant,
Downy woodmint,
Ohio horsemint,
Sunny woodmint
Native,
Endangered,
DEC-A[1]
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MonardaEdit
 
Monarda fistulosa

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Monarda
Monarda Beebalm N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Monarda didyma L.
1797. Monarda purpurea Lam.
1815. Monarda oswegoensis W.P.C.Barton
Oswego tea,
Scarlet beebalm,
Bee-balm,
Red bergamot,
Bergamot,
Mountain-mint
Monarde écarlate,
Monarde pourpre
Native, CoC: 7,
Secure,
DEC-D[1]

FAC-FACU

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Herb-forb,
Sun - part shade
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 L.
 var. fistulosa

1753. Monarda fistulosa L.
1789. Monarda oblongata Aiton
1813. Monarda purpurea Pursh
1821. Monarda affinis Link
1826. Monarda scabra Beck
Common wild bergamot,
Wild bergamot,
Wild bergamot bee-balm
Native, CoC: 2,
Secure

FACU-UPL

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
Sun - part shade
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 L.
 var. mollis (L.) L.

1756. Monarda mollis L.
1762. Monarda fistulosa var. mollis (L.) L.
    Monarda fistulosa var. mollis (L.) Benth.
1924. Monarda mollis fo. albiflora Farw.
1945. Monarda fistulosa fo. albiflora (Farw.) Sherff
Pale wild bergamot Native, CoC: 2,
Likely secure

FACU-UPL

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 Willd.

Monarda didyma ×
Monarda fistulosa var. fistulosa.

1809. Monarda media Willd.
1878. Mondarda fistulosa var. media (Willd.) Gray
1895. Mondarda fistulosa fo. media (Willd.) Voss
Purple wild bergamot,
Purple bergamot,
Purple horsemint
Monarde moyenne,
Monarde pourpre
N. America native,
NY nativity unk.,
S1, G4?



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 L.
 var. villicaulis (Pennell) Shinners

1919. Monarda punctata ssp. villicaulis Pennell
1953. Monarda punctata var. villicaulis (Pennell) Shinners
Hairy horsemint,
Horsemint
Native, CoC: 6,
Likely secure,
S4, G5T5?,
NSE: S4, T5

UPL,
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 L.
 var. punctata

1753. Monarda punctata L.
1803. Monarda lutea Michx.
    Monarda punctata ssp. punctata L.
    Monarda punctata var. punctata L.
1896. Monarda punctata var. leucantha Nash
1935. Monarda punctata ssp. typica Epling
Spotted beebalm,
Dotted horse mint
Native, CoC: 10,
S1,
NSE: S2, T5

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Herb-forb
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 L.

    Monarda clinopodia L.
    M. allophylla Michx.
    M. fistulosa var. clinopodia
Basil balm,
Basilbalm,
Basil bee-balm
Native, CoC: 7,
Endangered,
DEC-A[2],
S1, G5,
NSE: S1, G5

FACU

Perennial,
Herb-forb
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PycnanthemumEdit
 
Pycnanthemum tenuifolium

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Pycnanthemum
Pycnanthemumsect. Capitellatae Mountainmint N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

1809. Pycnanthemum tenuifolium Schrad.
 auct. Pycnanthemum flexuosum non (Walter) Britton et al.
Narrowleaf mountainmint,
Slender mountain-mint
Native,
Secure

FAC

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
Sun - part shade
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(L.) T.Durand & B.D.Jacks. ex B.L.Rob. & Fernald

1753. Satureja virginiana L.
1908. Pycnanthemum virginianum
(L.) T.Durand & B.D.Jacks. ex B.L.Rob. & Fernald
Virginia mountain-mint Native,
Likely secure

FACW

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
Part shade
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 (Michx.) Pers.
var. verticillatum

1803. Brachystemum verticillatum Michx.
1806. Pycnanthemum verticillatum (Michx.) Pers.
1891. Koellia verticillata (Michx.) Kuntze
Whorled mountain-mint Native,
Endangered
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var. pilosum

yyyy. Koellia pilosa (Nutt.) Baill.
yyyy. Pycnanthemum pilosum Nutt.
Whorled mountain-mint Introduced,
N. America native
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Torrey's mountain mint Native,
Endangered
NYFA-1
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Pycnanthemumsect. Pycnanthemum Mountainmint N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 (L.) Michx.

1753. Clinopodium incanum L.
1803. P. incanum (L.) Michx.
Hoary mountain-mint Native,
Secure
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 Torr. & A. Gray

Koellia clinopodioides
Basil mountain-mint Native,
Endangered,
DEC-A[1]
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Pycnanthemumsect. Brachystemum Mountainmint N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

Blunt mountain-mint Native,
Threatened,
DEC-B[2],
NYNHP: 2[3]
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CunilaEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Cunila
Cunila Cunila N.Y. Status Images Distribution NPT
 (L.) Britt.

Cunila mariana L.Mappia origanoides (L.) House
Common dittany Native,
Likely secure
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MenthaEdit
 
Mentha canadensis
Mints (Mentha spp.) are widely cultivated aromatic herbs with about 40 taxa (20 species, 30 subspecies, and 10 hybrids worldwide.) worldwide.[1]

The only species of mint (Mentha) listed as native to New York is Mentha canadensis L. (sensu Tucker & Chambers, 2002) with 2n=96, which is beleived to be an ancient hybrid of Mentha arvensis (2n=72) and Mentha longifolia (2n=24)[2]


Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Mentha
Mentha Mint N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Mentha arvensis ×
Mentha longifolia

1753. Mentha canadensis L.
1833. Mentha canadensis var. glabrata Benth.
1882. Mentha arvensis ssp. piperascens Malinv. ex Holmes
1891. Mentha arvensis var. canadensis (L.) Kuntze
1894. Mentha arvensis var. sachalinensis Briq.
1894. Mentha arvensis var. haplocalyx (Briq.) Briq.
1908. Mentha arvensis var. glabrata (Benth.) Fernald
1921. Mentha sachalinensis (Briq.) Kudô
1924. Mentha arvensis var. piperascenes Malinv. ex L.H.Bailey
1956. Mentha arvensis ssp. canadensis (L.) H. Hara
1956. Mentha arvensis ssp. piperascens (Malinv. ex Holmes) H.Hara
American wild mint
American corn mint
Canadian mint
Corn mint
Chinese mint
Japanese mint
Native, CoC: 4
 North America and Asia,
Secure,
S5, G5,
NSE: S5, G5

FACW

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
2n = 96
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Note: [1]
 L.

1753. Mentha arvensis L.
1753. Mentha gentilis L.
1764. Calamintha arvensis (L.) Garsault
1778. Mentha austriaca Jacq.
1827. Mentha arvensis ssp. parietariifolia (Becker) Briq.
Corn mint
European corn mint
Field mint
Wild mint
Ginger mint

Menthe des champs
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Naturalized,
SNA, G5,
NSE: SNR, G5

FACW

Perennial,
Herb-forb,
2n = 72
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 L.

1753. Mentha spicata L
1763. Mentha viridis L.(L)
1890. Mentha sylvestris ssp. Viridis (L.) Batt.
 auct. Mentha cordifolianon Opiz ex Fresen.
 auct. Mentha longifolianon (L.) Huds.
Spearmint
Spear mint
Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
 Invasive.org: [10],
 USGS: L48 invasive
 
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iNat: ? counties
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 Sole (pro sp.)

Mentha arvensis ×
Mentha spicata

1753. Mentha gentilis L.
1798. Mentha gracilis Sole
1822. Mentha gracilis var. cardiaca Gray
1865. Mentha cardiaca (Gray) Gerarde ex Baker
1896. Mentha gentilis var. cardiaca (Baker) Briq.
 auct. Mentha × muelleriananon F.W.Schultz
Bushy mint
Scotch spearmint
Gingermint
Creeping whorled mint
Introduced from
 Europe,
Potentially invasive,
 Invasive.org: [11],
 USGS: L48 established
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 L. (pro sp.)

Mentha aquatica ×
Mentha spicata

1753. Mentha piperita L.
1836. Mentha aquatica fo. piperita (L.) G.Mey.
1866. Mentha aquatica var. piperita (L.) Alef.
Peppermint Introduced   NYFA-X
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 L.
 var. aquatica

1753. Mentha aquatica L.
Water mint Introduced   NYFA-X
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L.
 var. citrata (Ehrh.) W.C. Werner

1792. Mentha citrata Ehrh.
1828. Mentha aquatica fo. citrata (Ehrh.) Fresen.
1889. Mentha piperita ssp. citrata (Ehrh.) Briq.
1893. Mentha aquatica var. citrata (Ehrh.) W. C. Werner
1903. Mentha × piperi var. citrata (Ehrh.) Briq.
Orange mint
Introduced,
Naturalized
 
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iNat: ? counties
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 (L.) Huds. (pro sp.)

Mentha longifolia ×
Mentha suaveolens

Peppermint Introduced   NYFA-X
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 Huds. (pro sp.)

Mentha spicata ×
Mentha suaveolens

    M. alopecuroides Hull
    M. nemorosa Willd.
Foxtail mint Introduced  
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L.

1753. Mentha pulegium L.
1796. Mentha aromatica Salisb.
1812. Thymus bidentatus Stokes
1827. Mentha pulegioides Dumort.
1844. Melissa pulegium (L.) Griseb.
Pennyroyal
Penny-royal

Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
iMapInvasives,
 Invasive.org: [12],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
Naturalized,
SNA,
NSE: SNR

OBL
 
NYFA: Cortland (1977)
iNat: No observations
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Ehrh.

1792. Mentha suaveolens Ehrh.
1900. Mentha rotundifolia var. suaveolens (Ehrh.) Briq.
1975. Mentha graveolens R.Vilm. & M.Barbero
Apple mint

Introduced,
Potentially invasive,
iMapInvasives,
 Invasive.org: [13],
 USGS: L48 invasive,
Not in NY Flora Atlas,
NSE: Exotic in NY
 
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iNat: 2 counties
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  1. The USDA-NRCS PLANTS database and ITIS treat Mentha canadensis as a synonym of Mentha arvensis, while the New York Flora Atlas and ARS-GRIN treat them as separate species.
ClinopodiumEdit
 
Clinopodium vulgare
wild basil

Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Clinopodium
Clinopodium Clinopodium N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Clinopodium vulgare L.
1835. Calamintha clinopodium Spenn.
1882. Calamintha vulgaris (L.) H. Karst.
1897. Satureja vulgaris
Wild basil,
Field basil
Native, CoC: 0,
Secure,
Questionable[1]

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 (Nutt.) House

1836. Hedeoma arkansana Nutt.
1891. Clinopodium glabrum (Nutt.) Kuntze
1896. Satureja arkansana (Nutt.) Briq.
1921. Clinopodium arkansanum (Nutt.) House
1940. Satureja glabella var. angustifolia (Torr.) Svenson
1955. Calamintha glabella var. angustifolia (Torr.) DeWolf
1962. Calamintha arkansana (Nutt.) Shinners
Limestone calamint,
Low calamint
Native,
Likely extirpated,
N. America native
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Note: [2]
 (L.) House

1753. Thymus acinos L.
1794. Acinos thymoides Moench
1811. Calamintha acinos (L.) Clairv.
1843. Satureja acinos (L.) Scheele
1891. Clinopodium acinos (L.) Kuntze
1946. Acinos arvensis (Lam.) Dandy
Basil thyme,
Mother of thyme
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 (L.) Kuntze

1753. Melissa nepeta L.
1798. Calamintha nepeta (L.) Savi
1843. Satureja calamintha (L.) Scheele
1891. Clinopodium nepeta (L.) Kuntze
1896. Satureja calamintha var. nepeta (L.) Briq.
Field balm,
Lesser calamint
Introduced,
Impersistent
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  1. NYFA lists Clinopodium vulgare with an "Unknown Native Status." Other sources list it as circumboreal, native as far south as North Carolina.
  2. NYFA lists Clinopodium glabrum as Calamintha arkansana (Nutt.) Shinners. USDA-NRCS PLANTS uses Clinopodium arkansanum (Nutt.) House. ITIS and ARS-GRIN both use Clinopodium glabrum (Nutt.) Kuntze.
SaturejaEdit
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Satureja Savory N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L. (1753)

Summer savory,
Savourée,
Sarriette des jardins
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
Not naturalized
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 L.

Winter savory Introduced from
 Mediterranean,
N.Y. excluded
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OriganumEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Origanum
Origanum Origanum N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Origanum vulgare L.
1867. Thymus origanum (L.) Kuntze
1934. Micromeria formosana C.Marquand
Wild marjoram,
Marjoram,
Oregano,
Organy
Introduced from
 Eurasia,
 northern Africa,
Naturalized
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ThymusEdit
 
Thymus pulegioides
Large thyme (Thymus pulegioides) is a common garden escapee in the northeast, while garden thyme (Thymus vulgaris), though often cultivated, rarely escapes and has not been found to naturalize.
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Mentheae — Menthinae — Thymus
Thymus Thyme N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

1753. Thymus pulegioides L.
 auct. Thymus serpyllum L. misapplied
Large thyme
Lemon thyme
Wild thyme
Broad-leaved thyme
Introduced from
 Europe,
Naturalized,
SNA, GNR

Perennial,
Shrub-subshrub
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Thymus (excluded taxa) Thyme N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Garden thyme Introduced,
Exclueded
  excluded NYFA-Excluded
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 L.

Breckland thyme Introduced,
Exclueded
  excluded NYFA-Excluded
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Tribe OcimeaeEdit

LavandulaEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Ocimeae — Lavandula
Lavandula Lavender N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT

English lavender Introduced   NYFA-X
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OcimumEdit
Lamiales — Lamiaceae — Nepetoideae — Ocimeae — Ocimum
Ocimum Basil N.Y. Status Images Distribution NY NPT
 L.

Sweet basil Introduced,
Impersistent
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