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Your search found 4 taxa in the family Hyacinthaceae, Hyacinth family, as understood by Weakley's Flora.
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Look for it in lawns, old fields, bottomlands, forests (it is commonly cultivated)
Common to uncommon, depending on province
Look for it in lawns and suburban woodlands (it is commonly cultivated)
Non-native: west Asia
Look for it . It is cultivated as an ornamental, is persistent and naturalized in lawns, old fields, suburban woodlands, and disturbed areas
Common (rare in Carolina Mountains)
Look for it to be persistent after cultivation as an ornamental and naturalized in lawns, old fields, suburban woodlands, and disturbed areas
Uncommon in Piedmont, rare in Mountains
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