Flora of New York/Cornales

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Flora of New York: Cornales
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Family Hydrangeaceae[edit]

The Hydrangeaceae (hydrangea family) has about nine species in four genera growing outside of cultivation. Many of these are native to the southeastern United States, but have been introduced in northern states and Canada.

Subfamily Hydrangeoideae[edit]

Tribe Philadelpheae[edit]

Hydrangeaceaesubfam. Hydrangeoideaetribe Philadelpheae
Philadelphus Mock orange N.Y. Status Images Distribution 4
 L.

1753. Philadelphus inodorus  L.
1794. Syringa inodora  Moench
1809. Philadelphus grandiflorus  Willd.
1856. P. inodorus var. grandiflorus Willd.
1902. Philadelphus floridus  Beadle
1902. Philadelphus gloriosus  Beadle
Scentless mock orange

Seringa inodore
Introduced,
US South native

Perennial,
Shrub
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 Beadle

1753. Philadelphus inodorus  L.[1]
1902. Philadelphus floridus  Beadle
Florida mock orange,
Beadle's mockorange,
Few-flower mock orange

Philadelphe de Beadle,
Seringat de Beadle,
Seringa très fleuri
Introduced,
US South native

Perennial,
Shrub
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 Loisel.
var. pubescens

1820. Philadelphus pubescens  Loisel.
1828. Philadelphus latifolius  Schrad. ex DC.
Hoary mock-orange,
Hairy mock-orange,
Broadleaf mock-orange

Seringa à grandes feuilles
Introduced,
US South native

Perennial,
Shrub
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 L.

1753. Philadelphus coronarius  L.
Sweet mock-orange,
Sweet mock orange

Seringat des jardins,
Seringa commun
Introduced from
 Eurasia

Perennial,
Shrub
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Deutzia Pride-of-Rochester N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 Thunb.

1784. Deutzia scabra  Thunb.
1835. Deutzia crenata  Siebold & Zucc.
1867. Deutzia sieboldiana  Maxim.
1905. D. sieboldiana var. dippeliana
(=) D. scabra var. candidissima Rehder
Fuzzy deutzia,
Fuzzy pride-of-Rochester
Introduced from
 Japan,
IO

Perennial,
Shrub
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  1. NatureServe Explorer indicates that Philadelphus floridus "may prove to be only a form of P. inodorus (Weakley 1996)", although it was "accepted by Kartesz (1999) as a Georgia endemic."

Tribe Hydrangeae[edit]

Hydrangeaceaesubfam. Hydrangeoideaetribe Hydrangeae
Hydrangea Hydrangea N.Y. Status Images Distribution 3
 L.

1753. Hydrangea arborescens  L.
1768. Viburnum americanum  Mill.
1785. Viburnum alnifolium  Marshall
1840. H. arborescens var. oblonga Torr. & A.Gray
1840. H. arborescens var. sterilis Torr. & A.Gray
Smooth hydrangea,
Wild hydrangea,
American hydrangea
Native,
Endangered

Perennial,
Shrub
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Ashy hydrangea Introduced,
US South native
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Panicle hydrangea,
Panicled hydrangea

Hortensia paniculé
Introduced from
 temperate Asia
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 W.Bartram

1791. Hydrangea quercifolia  W.Bartram
1791. Hydrangea radiata  Sm. non Walter
Oakleaf hydrangea Introduced,
US South native,
No specimens

Perennial,
Shrub
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Decumaria Decumaria N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
Climbing hydrangea,
Wood-vamp, woodvamp
Introduced,
US South native
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Family Cornaceae[edit]

The Cornaceae (dogwood family) has about a dozen, mostly native taxa represented outside of cultivation in New York.

Subfamily Nyssoideae[edit]

Genus Nyssa[edit]

The genus Nyssa, here included in the subfamily Nyssoideae has also been included in its own, Nyssaceae family, within Cornales.

Cornaceaesubfam. Nyssoideaegenus Nyssa
Nyssa Tupelo N.Y. Status Images Distribution 1
 Marshall

1785. Nyssa sylvatica  Marshall
1787. Nyssa multiflora  Wangenh.
1798. Nyssa caroliniana  Poir.
1935. N. sylvatica var. caroliniana Fernald
1935. N. sylvatica var. dilatata Fernald
1935. N. sylvatica var. typica Fernald
Blackgum, black-gum, black gum,
Black tupelo,
Sourgum, sour-gum,
Pepperidge

Nyssa sylvestre,
Gommier noir,
Gommier jaune
Native,
Secure
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Subfamily Cornoideae[edit]

Genus Cornus[edit]

The genus Cornus is here organized by the subgenera used by VASCAN[1] for this genus. The subgenera are further placed into two groups based on the general fruit color, which has been shown to fairly reflect the phylogenic relationship within this genus.[2]

Cornus with blue or white fruit[edit]

The dogwood taxa in the clade with blue or white fruit are sometimes placed in the genus Swida Opiz (1838).[3]

Cornaceaesubfam. Cornoideaegenus Cornus
Cornus subg. Kraniopsis Blue-fruit dogwood N.Y. Status Images Distribution 12
 L.
ssp. sericea

1771. Cornus sericea  L.
1803. Cornus stolonifera  Michx.
1903. Cornus alba  L. p.p.
1987. Swida sericea  Holub
Red-osier dogwood,
Red-rood dogwood,
Red-stem dogwood,
Red-twig dogwood,
American dogwood

Cornouiller stolonifère,
Cornouiller hart-rouge
Native,
Secure
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 Mill.
ssp. amomum

1768. Cornus amomum  Mill.
1903. Swida amomum  Small
1950. Thelycrania amomum  Pojark.
Silky dogwood,
Silky cornel,
Red-willow
Native,
Secure
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 Mill.
ssp. obliqua (Raf.) J.S.Wilson

1819. Cornus obliqua  Raf.
1845. C. sericea var. schuetzeana C.A.Mey.
1899. C. purpusii  Koehne
1934. C. amomum var. schuetzeana Rickett
1944. Swida obliqua  Moldenke
1965. C. amomum ssp. obliqua J.S.Wilson
Silky dogwood,
Swamp dogwood,
Pale dogwood,
Narrowleaf dogwood,
Narrow-leaved dogwood

Cornouiller oblique
Native,
Threatened
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 Lam.

1786. Cornus racemosa  Lam.
1789. Cornus paniculata  L’Hér.
1964. C. foemina ssp. racemosa J.S.Wilson
1943. Swida racemosa  Moldenke
1959. Thelycrania racemosa  Tsitsin
Gray dogwood,
Panicled dogwood,
Red-panicled dogwood,
Northern swamp dogwood

Cornouiller à grappes
Native,
Secure
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 Lam.

1786. Cornus rugosa  Lam.
1789. Cornus circinata  L'Hér.
1913. Swida circinata  Small
1932. Swida rugosa  Rydb.
1950. Thelycrania rugosa  Pojark.
Roundleaf dogwood,
Round-leaf dogwood,
Round-leaved dogwood

Cornouiller rugueux
Native,
Secure
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 C.A.Mey.

1845. Cornus drummondii  C.A.Mey.
1901. Cornus priceae  Small
1903. Swida priceae  Small
1950. Thelycrania priceae  Pojark.
1960. Swida drummondii  Soják
Northern roughleaf dogwood,
Drummond's dogwood

Cornouiller de Drummond
Native,
Endangered
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Cornus rugosa ×
Cornus sericea
Slavin's dogwood Native,
No recent reports
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Cornus subg. Mesomera Blue-fruit dogwood N.Y. Status Images Distribution 12
 L.f.

1782. Cornus alternifolia  L.f.
1903. Swida alternifolia  Small
1950. Bothrocaryum alternifolium  Pojark.
Alternate-leaf dogwood,
Pagoda dogwood,
Green osier

Cornouiller à feuilles alternes
Native,
Secure
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Cornus with red fruit[edit]
Cornaceaesubfam. Cornoideaegenus Cornus
Cornus subg. Arctocrania Dwarf dogwood N.Y. Status Images Distribution 12
 L.

1753. Cornus canadensis  L.
1784. Cornus herbacea var. canadensis
1899. Chamaepericlymenum
   canadense
 Asch. & Graebn.[1]
1906. Cornella canadensis  Rydb.
1909. Arctocrania canadensis  Nakai
Bunchberry,
Pudding berry,
Crackerberry,
Dwarf cornel,
Canada dwarf-dogwood

Cornouiller quatre-temps,
Cornouiller du Canada
Native,
Likely secure
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Cornus subg. Cynoxylon Big-bract dogwood N.Y. Status Images Distribution 12
 L.

1753. Cornus florida  L.
1838. Cynoxylon floridum  Raf.
1839. Benthamidia florida  Spach[2]
1909. Benthamia florida  Nakai
Flowering dogwood,
White dogwood,
Eastern flowering dogwood,
Big-bracted-dogwood

Cornouiller fleuri,
Cornouiller à fleurs,
Cornouiller de Floride
Native,
Likely secure
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 Hance

1873. Cornus kousa  Hance
1830. Cornus japonica  DC. nom. illeg.
1836. Benthamia japonica  Siebold & Zucc.
1942. Dendrobenthamia japonica  Hutch.
1948. Benthamidia japonica  H.Hara[3]
Kousa dogwood,
Kousa big-bract-dogwood,
Japanese dogwood
Introduced from
 temperate Asia
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Cornus subg. Cornus Cornelian cherry N.Y. Status Images Distribution 12
 L.

1753. Cornus mas  L.
1909. Macrocarpium mas  (L.) Nakai
Cornelian cherry

Cornouiller mâle
Introduced from
 temperate Eurasia
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  1. Flora Novae Angliae treats Cornus canadensis as Chamaepericlymenum canadense (L.) Asch. & Graebn.
  2. Flora Novae Angliae treats Cornus florida as Benthamidia florida (L.) Spach.
  3. Flora Novae Angliae treats Cornus kousa as Benthamidia japonica (Siebold & Zucc.) H.Hara.