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Abelmoschus esculentus +Fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture, waste places  +
Abies amabilis +Moist, coastal coniferous forests  +
Abies balsamea +Boreal and northern forests  +
Abies bifolia +Continental, subalpine coniferous forests  +
Abies bracteata +Dry, coastal coniferous forests  +
Abies concolor +Coniferous forests  +
Abies fraseri +Mountain forests  +
Abies grandis +Moist, coastal coniferous forests and mountain slopes  +
Abies lasiocarpa +Coastal, subalpine coniferous forests  +
Abies lowiana +Mixed coniferous forests  +
Abies magnifica +Mixed coniferous forests  +
Abies procera +Mixed coniferous forests  +
Abietinella abietina +Dry, exposed calcareous rock and soil, sand of partially stabilized dunes, talus at base of cliffs, humus in open, coniferous forests  +
Abildgaardia ovata +Rocky, gravelly savanna, solution pockets in limerock  +
Abronia alpina +Sandy soils, alpine meadows  +
Abronia ameliae +Sandy soils, live-oak grasslands  +
Abronia ammophila +Sandy soils, lake shores  +
Abronia angustifolia +Sandy soils, desert scrub  +
Abronia argillosa +Clay soils, desert scrub to pinyon-juniper woodlands  +
Abronia bigelovii +Shrubby gypsum hills  +
Abronia bolackii +Gypseous sandy or gravelly soils, open areas, among sparse shrubs  +
Abronia carletonii +Calcareous or gypseous, clay or silty soils, shrublands  +
Abronia elliptica +Sandy or gravelly soils, desert grasslands, scrub  +
Abronia fragrans +Dry sandy soils, scrub and grasslands  +
Abronia latifolia +Sandy soils, coastal scrub, lees of dunes adjacent to strand  +
Abronia macrocarpa +Sand dunes  +
Abronia maritima +Foredunes and unstable dunes near strand  +
Abronia mellifera +Sandy soils, cold desert scrub, grasslands  +
Abronia nana var. covillei +Dry sandy and rocky areas, pinyon-juniper woodlands, yellow-pine forests  +
Abronia nana var. nana +Rocky limestone, scrub, pinyon-juniper woodlands, pine forests  +
Abronia pogonantha +Sandy soils, Joshua tree desert scrub  +
Abronia turbinata +Sandy soils, desert scrub  +
Abronia umbellata var. acutalata +Sandy soils, coastal scrub, lees of dunes near strand  +
Abronia umbellata var. breviflora +Sandy soils, coastal scrub, lees of dunes near strand  +
Abronia umbellata var. umbellata +Sandy soils, coastal scrub, lees of dunes near strand  +
Abronia villosa var. aurita +Sandy soils, sage-scrub, chaparral  +
Abronia villosa var. villosa +Sandy soils, creosote bushscrub  +
Abutilon abutiloides +Open, arid habitats  +
Abutilon berlandieri +Open, arid habitats  +
Abutilon coahuilae +Open, arid habitats  +
Abutilon fruticosum +Open, arid habitats  +
Abutilon hirtum +Disturbed sites  +
Abutilon hulseanum +Roadsides, disturbed sites, secondary vegetation  +
Abutilon hypoleucum +Dry shrublands, roadsides, disturbed sites  +
Abutilon incanum +Open, arid habitats, hills and plains  +
Abutilon malacum +Arid habitats, hillsides, plains, canyons  +
Abutilon mollicomum +Open desert habitats, along water courses  +
Abutilon palmeri +Desert habitats  +
Abutilon parishii +Mountain slopes, desert scrublands  +
Abutilon parvulum +Dry, open habitats  +
Abutilon permolle +Coastal areas, disturbed sites, often on limestone soil  +
Abutilon reventum +Arid hillsides, along water courses  +
Abutilon theophrasti +Soybean, corn, and cotton fields, naturalized in disturbed sites  +
Abutilon trisulcatum +Dry shrublands, disturbed vegetation, roadsides  +
Abutilon wrightii +Dry, open habitats, roadsides  +
Acaena novae-zelandiae +Roadsides and paths, forest edges, logged lands, lawns, among cultivated ground covers and waste grounds  +
Acaena pallida +Coastal sands  +
Acaena pinnatifida +Coastal grasslands, open rocky slopes, sand dunes, old roadsides  +
Acalypha alopecuroidea +Disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha arvensis +Disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha australis +Disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha californica +Arid rocky slopes, desert washes.  +
Acalypha chamaedrifolia +Rocky pine woods, disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha deamii +Moist bottomland woods, near streams or rivers, rarely in moist upland forests.  +
Acalypha gracilens +Pine and pine-oak woods, dry hardwood forests, glades, prairies, disturbed areas, usually on sand or shallow rocky soils.  +
Acalypha monococca +Pine and oak woods, prairies, barrens, on sandy or shallow rocky soils.  +
Acalypha monostachya +Dry, open, rocky, gravelly, or sandy areas.  +
Acalypha neomexicana +Moist or shaded areas, oak or pine woodlands, desert grasslands.  +
Acalypha ostryifolia +Stream banks, edges of woods, disturbed areas, agricultural fields.  +
Acalypha phleoides +Rocky areas, grasslands, oak, pine, or juniper woodlands.  +
Acalypha poiretii +Disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha radians +Grassy openings, dunes, and oak or mesquite woodlands, usually on deep sand.  +
Acalypha rhomboidea +Deciduous and evergreen woods, moist depressions, swampy areas, riverbanks, agricultural fields, disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha setosa +Disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha virginica +Deciduous and evergreen woods, riverbanks, agricultural fields, disturbed areas.  +
Acalypha wilkesiana +Old home sites, disturbed areas.  +
Acamptopappus shockleyi +Mesas, ridges, slopes, ravines, washes, in various shrub associations, commonly with Larrea, Yucca, Ambrosia, Artemisia, Ephedra, Atriplex  +
Acamptopappus sphaerocephalus var. hirtellus +Gravelly soils, deserts, juniper woodlands  +
Acamptopappus sphaerocephalus var. sphaerocephalus +Gravelly, rocky soils, grasslands, deserts, woodlands  +
Acanthocereus tetragonus +Sandy soils of dense thickets, hammocks, bottomlands of coastal areas  +
Acanthoscyphus parishii var. abramsii +Sandy flats and slopes, chaparral communities, montane conifer woodlands  +
Acanthoscyphus parishii var. cienegensis +Sandy flats and slopes, montane conifer forests  +
Acanthoscyphus parishii var. goodmaniana +Sandy calcareous slopes, chaparral communities  +
Acanthoscyphus parishii var. parishii +Sandy to gravelly flats and slopes, chaparral communities, montane conifer woodlands  +
Acanthospermum australe +Disturbed, often sandy sites  +
Acanthospermum hispidum +Disturbed, often sandy sites  +
Acanthospermum humile +Disturbed, often sandy sites  +
Acaulon muticum var. muticum +Soil, among grasses, pastures  +
Acaulon muticum var. rufescens +Soil, gravel pit, pasture, lawn  +
Acaulon schimperianum +Soil, dry washes  +
Acaulon triquetrum +Soil, sand, clay, old fields, pastures, roadside banks, temporarily moist areas  +
Achillea alpina +Meadows, forest edges, roadsides, lakeshores, along streams, moist soils  +
Achillea millefolium +Pastures, meadows, roadsides, stream sides, woodlands, waste grounds, dry or sandy soils, also in damp, clayey, and salty soils  +
Achillea nobilis +Pastures, disturbed roadsides  +
Achillea ptarmica +Roadsides, disturbed sites, open fields and pastures, in sandy or gravelly soils or in moist to drying silty soils  +
Achlys californica +Coastal and mountainous regions, Sequoia sempervirens and Pseudotsuga menziesii forests  +
Achlys triphylla +Mountain regions in Cascade Range and Coast Range of California in coniferous forests  +
Achyrachaena mollis +Grassy, often wet sites, usually with clay-rich soils  +
Achyranthes aspera var. aspera +Dry, sandy waste places, near woolen mills  +
Achyranthes aspera var. pubescens +Waste places, chrome ore piles, hammocks  +
Achyranthes japonica +Wooded riverbanks  +
Achyronychia cooperi +Dry, sandy areas, sand dunes, desert washes  +
Acleisanthes acutifolia +Calcareous or gypseous soils in grasslands and shrublands  +
Acleisanthes angustifolia +Arid, well-drained, often rocky, igneous, calcareous, or gypseous soils  +
Acleisanthes anisophylla +Rocky, gravelly, or sandy soils, limestone or shale outcrops in grasslands or shrublands  +
Acleisanthes chenopodioides +Dry, sandy, and gravelly areas, rock, gypseous clay  +
Acleisanthes crassifolia +Rocky, calcareous soils in cenizo (Leucophyllum frutescens) shrublands and grasslands  +
Acleisanthes diffusa +Dry clay and sandy, commonly calcareous or gypseous, soils  +
Acleisanthes lanceolata var. lanceolata +Gypsum hills and flats  +
Acleisanthes longiflora +Rocky, gravelly, loamy, or sandy calcareous, gypseous, or igneous-derived soils in deserts, grasslands, shrublands, or woodlands  +
Acleisanthes nevadensis +Dry rocky soils, commonly with Larrea  +
Acleisanthes obtusa +Sandy, silty, or clay soils on calcareous or igneous substrates in grasslands, shrublands, or woodlands  +
Acleisanthes parvifolia +Dry gypseous clays and shales  +
Acleisanthes wrightii +Various soils on calcareous substrates in grasslands or shrublands  +
Acmella pusilla +Disturbed sites  +
Acmella repens +Disturbed, wet or drying sites  +
Acoelorraphe wrightii +Thin, rocky soil over limestone in hydric hammocks, wet savannas, and swamps of Everglades  +
Aconitum columbianum subsp. columbianum +Spring-fed bogs, seep areas, meadows, along streams, and in other wet areas  +
Aconitum columbianum subsp. viviparum +Spring-fed bogs, seep areas, meadows, along streams, and other moist areas in mountains  +
Aconitum delphiniifolium +Meadows, along creeks, thickets, woods, rocky slopes, and alpine tundra  +
Aconitum maximum subsp. maximum +Meadows, thickets, and forests  +
Aconitum reclinatum +Shaded ravines of woods in mountains and upper piedmont  +
Aconitum uncinatum +Wet areas along streams and in springs, also less mesic locations in woods and clearings  +
Aconogonon alaskanum var. alaskanum +Montane slopes above treeline, steep hillsides, steep cut banks or sandy loam of rivers  +
Aconogonon alaskanum var. glabrescens +Moist hillsides, waste places, streambanks, sandy lake shores, talus slopes above treeline  +
Aconogonon davisiae var. davisiae +Steep subalpine slopes, volcanic fell fields, often on talus or pumice  +
Aconogonon davisiae var. glabrum +Mountain slopes, talus slopes, edges of serpentine outcrops  +
Aconogonon phytolaccifolium var. glabrum +Sandy to rocky spruce-fir forests  +
Aconogonon phytolaccifolium var. phytolaccifolium +Alpine and subalpine meadows, talus slopes, streambanks  +
Acorus americanus +Wet open areas, marshes, swales, and along edges of quiet water  +
Acorus calamus +Wet open areas, marshes, swales, and along edges of quiet water  +
Acourtia microcephala +Gravel and caliche soils in scrub oak, oak woodlands, and chaparral  +
Acourtia nana +Gravel, sandstone, silty, or caliche soils in desert scrub  +
Acourtia runcinata +Juniper forests, oak woodlands, dry matorral, desert scrub on calcareous, sandy clay, and gypsiferous soils  +
Acourtia thurberi +Gravel and caliche soils in warm Sonoran desert scrub  +
Acourtia wrightii +Gravel, caliche, or sandy loamy soils in open desert (Lower Sonoran Desert)  +
Acrocomia totai +Woodlands and hammocks  +
Acroporium smallii +Rotten logs, tree bark, charred wood, moist live-oak hammocks  +
Acroptilon repens +Fields, roadsides, riverbanks, ditch banks, clearcuts, cultivated ground  +
Acrostichum aureum +Coastal mangrove swamps, salt marshes, low hammocks, along lake and canal margins  +
Acrostichum danaeifolium +Somewhat saline to freshwater swamps, canal and pond margins, commonly in sinkholes in hammocks, disturbed marl sites, inland to coastal regions  +
Actaea pachypoda +Deciduous forests, less often with pines, junipers, or other conifers  +
Actaea rubra +Mostly deciduous forests, also mixed coniferous forests, open pine or spruce woodlands, swales, stream banks, and swamps  +
Actinostachys pennula +On and around rotten stumps and decomposing litter in damp forests and open baylands.  +
Adelia vaseyi +Subtropical semideciduous woodlands on loamy soils, occasionally shrublands on sandy to gravelly soils.  +
Adenocaulon bicolor +Woods, forests, usually in shade  +
Adenophyllum cooperi +Sandy and gravelly soils of washes and alluvial fans in deserts  +
Adenophyllum porophylloides +Alluvial fans and rocky slopes in deserts  +
Adenophyllum wrightii var. wrightii +Wettish sites in otherwise arid areas, coarse, sandy alluvium  +
Adenostoma fasciculatum var. fasciculatum +Dry slopes, ridges, lower chaparral and coastal sage scrub  +
Adenostoma fasciculatum var. obtusifolium +Mesas, ravines, coastal sage scrub-chaparral  +
Adenostoma fasciculatum var. prostratum +Maritime chaparral  +
Adenostoma sparsifolium +Dry granitic slopes, mesas, ravines, chaparral, pinyon woodlands  +
Adiantum aleuticum +Wooded ravines, shaded banks, talus slopes, serpentine barrens, and coastal headlands (uncommon)  +
Adiantum capillus-veneris +Moist calcareous cliffs, banks, and ledges along streams and rivers, walls of lime sinks, canyon walls (in the American southwest), around foundations, on mortar of storm drains  +
Adiantum hispidulum +Banks and old walls  +
Adiantum jordanii +Seasonally moist, shaded, rocky banks, canyons, and ravines  +
Adiantum melanoleucum +Hammocks and limestone sinks in Everglades National Park  +
Adiantum pedatum +Rich, deciduous woodlands, often on humus-covered talus slopes and moist lime soils  +
Adiantum tenerum +Restricted to moist, shaded, limestone ledges, sink walls, and grottoes in the flora  +
Adiantum tricholepis +Moist, shaded, limestone cliffs along streams and rivers, on boulders in creeks, and among rocks on steep slopes  +
Adiantum viridimontanum +Restricted to serpentine sites where it occurs in rock clefts, on talus slopes, and in well-developed serpentine soils  +
Adlumia fungosa +Moist coves, rocky woods, ledges, alluvial slopes, and thickets  +
Adolphia californica +Rocky slopes, dry canyons and washes, fields, roadsides, arroyos and hillsides near seeps, streambeds, chaparral, coastal sage scrub.  +
Adolphia infesta +Open slopes and washes, rocky outcrops, limestone and igneous substrates, roadsides, chaparral, oak-juniper and mixed conifer-oak woodlands.  +
Adonis aestivalis +Roadsides, fields, sagebrush scrub, and open pine or aspen forests in valleys and foothills  +
Adonis annua +Prairies, fields, river banks, and waste places  +
Adonis vernalis +Roadsides and sites adjacent to gardens  +
Aeonium arboreum var. arboreum +Cliffs and banks near sea  +
Aeonium haworthii +North-facing cliffs in canyons and above sea  +
Agalinis aphylla +Bogs, wet flatwoods, hydric savannas, seepage slopes.  +
Agalinis aspera +Tallgrass or loess hills or upland prairies, dry rocky or sandy soils over limestone, limestone bluffs, gravelly moraines.  +
Agalinis auriculata +Seasonally wet meadows, mesic prairies, glades, roadsides, fallow fields.  +
Agalinis caddoensis +Oak woods, dry loamy soils.  +
Agalinis calycina +Wet alkaline, saline meadows and marshes associated with springs and seeps.  +
Agalinis decemloba +Sand plain grasslands, dry prairie remnants, dry roadsides, cemeteries, margins and openings in mesic to dry mixed woodlands, serpentine grasslands.  +
Agalinis densiflora +Prairies, grassy roadsides, pastures, well-drained calcareous soils.  +
Agalinis divaricata +Dry open pine savannas, dry oak openings, dry sandy ground, mesic flatwoods, margins of bogs and seepage slopes, dry roadsides.  +
Agalinis edwardsiana +Grasslands, open rocky slopes, calcareous, clay or sandy soils.  +
Agalinis fasciculata +Dry or wet sandy ground, waste places, roadsides, ditches, pastures, fallow fields, alluvial ground of streams, brackish soils, thickets, lawns.  +
Agalinis filicaulis +Mesic to moist longleaf pine forests, moist prairies, shallow bogs, moist roadsides, remnant wiregrass communities, borrow pits.  +
Agalinis filifolia +Xeric, sandy, open pine forests, open coastal scrub habitats, dunes, open areas of pine flatwoods, hydric soils of pine flatwoods.  +
Agalinis flexicaulis +Mesic to moist soils, open, wiregrass-dominated longleaf pine systems, savannas, prairies, seepage slopes, depressed wetlands, disturbed ground.  +
Agalinis gattingeri +Dry roadsides, open woodlands, forest margins, mesic prairies, glades, bluffs, exposed ridges, alvars, often in cherty limestone, or sandy, rocky soils.  +
Agalinis georgiana +Dry or moist longleaf pine savannas, oak openings, wiregrass-dominated seepage slopes, margins of bogs.  +
Agalinis harperi +Wet to mesic savannas, bogs, wet prairies, borders of fresh to brackish marshes, roadsides and ditches, drier sites near these habitats.  +
Agalinis heterophylla +Moist open sites, moist prairies, margins of mesic to wet forests, fallow fields, roadsides, ditches, margins of marshes and ponds, disturbed sandy soils.  +
Agalinis homalantha +Dry, open woodlands, dry to xeric sandy terrace communities above streams, dry roadsides, open sandy habitats.  +
Agalinis laxa +Dry to mesic pinelands, pine and oak savannas, sand hills, openings in saw palmetto flatwoods, sandy soils.  +
Agalinis linifolia +Wet savannas and prairies, depressed areas of mesic savannas or open flatwoods, bogs, margins and centers of cypress domes, margins of ponds, lakes, brackish and freshwater marshes, open stream banks, roadsides, ditches.  +
Agalinis maritima var. grandiflora +Saline coastal areas, salt marshes, edges of saline or brackish pools, open salt terns, edges of ditches, salt flats, and tidal flats.  +
Agalinis maritima var. maritima +Salt marshes, salt flats, tidal flats, edges of saline or brackish pools, ditches.  +
Agalinis navasotensis +Rocky prairie remnants on sandstone outcrops, sandy clay soils of longleaf pine savannas.  +
Agalinis neoscotica +Sandy or peaty soils, margins of pools, lakes, bogs, estuaries, and marshes, sand flats, dune hollows, ditches.  +
Agalinis obtusifolia +Mesic to dry savannas, dry roadsides with native vegetation, open rocky ground, open pine flatwoods, cutover and edges of pine plantations, margins of bogs and seepage slopes.  +
Agalinis oligophylla +Moist to dry longleaf pine savannas, edges of pine plantations, dry roadsides, chalky outcrops, seepage slopes of clay roadsides.  +
Agalinis plukenetii +Dry to xeric, sandy, gravelly or clay roadsides, pine-oak forests, margins of savannas, disturbed ground.  +
Agalinis pulchella +Dry, open pine savannas, open pine-oak sandhills, dry upslope areas of wiregrass-dominated mesic prairies, chalky glades or roadsides, dry sandy or clay roadsides beside existing or remnant savannas.  +
Agalinis purpurea var. parviflora +Moist sandy, clay, or peaty soils at margins of ponds, lakes, streams, bogs, freshwater or brackish marshes, ditches, roadsides.  +
Agalinis purpurea var. purpurea +Moist sandy soils at margins of ponds, lakes, streams, bogs, freshwater and brackish marshes, ditches, pine barrens, meadows, prairies, coastal swales, dry soils, margins of pine plantations, inundated marl prairies.  +
Agalinis setacea +Dry sandy soils, pine savannas, margins of pine-oak woodlands and scrub, sand hills, roadside embankments.  +
Agalinis skinneriana +Dry to mesic areas in sand and loess hill prairies, bluff prairies, dolomite glades, dunes, open woods, areas of low and/or sparse herbaceous cover.  +
Agalinis strictifolia +Grasslands, old fields, pastures, open mesquite plains, dunes along Gulf Coast.  +
Agalinis tenella +Dry sandy to mesic pine savannas, margins of pine plantations, mixed open woodlands and oak-pine scrub, open pine-palmetto palm woodlands, ditch banks, sandy embankments, roadsides.  +
Agalinis tenuifolia +Wet to dry roadsides, ditches, margins of streams and ponds, borders of woodlands, dry to moist prairies, fallow fields, railroad embankments, rocky cliff faces and bluffs.  +
Agalinis viridis +Mesic to wet areas of prairies, moist to wet savannas, moist roadsides, mesic to wet edges of recently clear-cut forests, dry or wet roadsides.  +
Agarista populifolia +Acid swamps to moist broadleaved forests, especially along streams, in ravines, or near springs  +
Agave americana subsp. protamericana +Sandy places in desert scrub  +
Agave americana var. americana +Sandy places in desert scrub  +
Agave americana var. expansa +Sandy places in desert scrub and grasslands  +
Agave asperrima var. asperrima +Sandy to gravelly, often calcareous places in desert scrub  +
Agave chrysantha +Sandy to gravelly places on granitic or volcanic soils in desert scrub, grasslands, pinyon-juniper, and oak woodlands  +
Agave decipiens +Sandy soil in hammocks  +
Agave delamateri +Gravelly places with desert scrub, rarely in chaparral or pinyon-juniper woodlands  +
Agave deserti var. deserti +Sandy to gravelly or rocky places in desert scrub and pinyon juniper woodlands  +
Agave deserti var. simplex +Sandy to gravelly or rocky places in desert scrub and pinyon juniper woodlands  +
Agave desmettiana +Sandy places along roadsides and in hammocks  +
Agave gracilipes +Gravelly to rocky, often calcareous places in grasslands, desert scrub, and pinyon juniper woodlands  +
Agave havardiana +Gravelly to rocky, often calcareous places in grasslands, desert scrub, pinyon-juniper, and oak woodlands  +
Agave lechuguilla +Gravelly to rocky calcareous places in desert scrub  +
Agave mckelveyana +Sandy to gravelly or rocky places with desert scrub, chaparral and pinyon-juniper woodlands  +
Agave murpheyi +Near drainage systems in desert scrub  +
Agave neglecta +Sandy places near beaches  +
Agave palmeri +Sandy to gravelly places on limestone in oak woodlands and grassy plains  +
Agave parryi subsp. neomexicana +Gravelly to rocky places in grasslands and desert scrub  +
Agave parryi var. couesii +Gravelly places in grasslands, chaparral, pinyon-juniper, and oak woodlands  +
Agave parryi var. huachucensis +Gravelly places in oak and pine woodlands  +
Agave parryi var. parryi +Gravelly to rocky places in grasslands, desert scrub, chaparral, pinyon-juniper, and oak woodlands  +
Agave parviflora subsp. parviflora +Open rocky slopes, mostly in desert grasslands and oak woodlands  +
Agave phillipsiana +Sandy to gravelly places with desert scrub  +
Agave schottii var. schottii +Gravelly to rocky places, mostly in desert scrub, grasslands, juniper and oak woodlands  +
Agave schottii var. treleasei +Gravelly to rocky places, mostly in desert scrub, grasslands, juniper and oak woodlands  +
Agave shawii var. shawii +Coastal bluffs with coastal sage scrub and chaparral  +
Agave sisalana +Sandy places along roadsides and in hammocks  +
Agave toumeyana var. bella +Open gravelly to rocky limestone or basalt slopes, mostly with desert scrub, chaparral, and pinyon?juniper woodlands  +
Agave toumeyana var. toumeyana +Open gravelly to rocky limestone or basalt slopes, mostly with desert scrub, chaparral, and pinyon-juniper woodlands  +
Agave univittata +Sandy flats  +
Agave utahensis +Calcareous outcrops with desert scrub  +
Agave utahensis subsp. kaibabensis +Calcareous or sandstone outcrops in desert scrub, pinyon-juniper, or adjacent conifer woodlands  +
Agave utahensis subsp. utahensis +Calcareous outcrops with desert scrub  +
Agave utahensis var. eborispina +Calcareous outcrops with desert scrub  +
Agave utahensis var. utahensis +Calcareous outcrops with desert scrub  +
Agave weberi +Sandy places with grasses and low shrubs  +
Agave ×ajoensis +Rocky slopes in desert scrub and grasslands  +
Agave ×arizonica +Rocky slopes in chaparral and juniper-dominated grasslands  +
Agave ×glomeruliflora +Gravelly calcareous slopes in grasslands and oak-juniper woodlands  +
Agdestis clematidea +Hammocks, orchards, waste places, ravines  +
Ageratina adenophora +Stream margins, ditches, road embankments, hillsides  +
Ageratina altissima var. altissima +Moist forests, cove forests  +
Ageratina altissima var. roanensis +Moist forests, northern red oak, oak-chestnut, cove forests  +