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List of Missouri native plants

Geobotanically, Missouri belongs to the North American Atlantic Region, and spans all three floristic provinces that make up the region: the state transitions from the decidiuous forest of the Appalachian Province to the grasslands of the North American Prairies Province in the west and northwest, and the northward extension of the Mississippi embayment places the bootheel in the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain Province.

Wildflowers, grasses, and other nonwoody plants

The wildflowers, grasses, and other nonwoody plants growing in Missouri include the following:<ref>Content tagged with "Wildflowers, Grasses and Other Nonwoody Plants", pp. 1-7, Missouri Department of Conservation</ref> Template:Div col

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Trees and shrubs

The trees and shrubs growing in Missouri include the following:<ref>Content tagged with "Trees, Shrubs and Woody Vines", pp. 1-13, Missouri Department of Conservation</ref> Template:Div col

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