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Asparagaceae

Asparagaceae is the asparagus family of plants. There are 153 genera and 2,500 species in this plant family. It is part of the Asparagales order. It is a diverse family with members from all over the world. The species in this family were previously classified as the Liliaceae family of plants.

Subfamilies in this family include:
Agavoideae
Aphyllanthoideae
Asparagoideae
Brodiaeoideae
Lomandroideae
Nolinoideae
Scilloideae

The Genera in Asparagaceae family of plants:
Acanthocarpus
Agave
Albuca
Alrawia
Androstephium
Anemarrhena
Anthericum
Aphyllanthes
Arthropodium
Asparagus
Aspidistra
Barnardia
Beaucarnea
Behnia
Bellevalia
Beschorneria
Bessera
Bloomeria
Bowiea
Brimeura
Brodiaea
Calibanus
Camassia
Campylandra
Chamaescilla
Chamaexeros
Chionodoxa
Chlorogalum
Chlorophytum
Comospermum
Convallaria
Cordyline
Danae
Dandya
Dasylirion
Daubenya
Diamena
Dichelostemma
Dichopogon
Diora
Dipcadi
Disporopsis
Dracaena
Drimia
Drimiopsis
Echeandia
Eremocrinum
Eriospermum
Eucomis
Eustrephus
Furcraea
Galtonia
Hagenbachia
Hastingsia
Hemiphylacus
Herreria
Herreriopsis
Hesperaloe
Hesperocallis
Hesperoyucca
Heteropolygonatum
Hosta
Hyacinthella
Hyacinthoides
Hyacinthus
Lachenalia
Laxmannia
Ledebouria
Leopoldia
Leucocrinum
Liriope
Lomandra
Maianthemum
Manfreda
Massonia
Merwilla
Milla
Muilla
Murchisonia
Muscari
Nolina
Ophiopogon
Ornithogalum
Oziroe
Paradisea
Peliosanthes
Petronymphe
Pleomele
Polianthes
Polygonatum
Prochnyanthes
Prospero
Pseudogaltonia
Pseudoprospero
Puschkinia
Reineckea
Rohdea
Romnalda
Ruscus
Sansevieria
Schizobasis
Schizocarphus
Schoenolirion
Scilla
Semele
Sowerbaea
Speirantha
Spetaea
Theropogon
Thysanotus
Trichopetalum
Triteleia
Triteleiopsis
Tupistra
Veltheimia
Xerolirion
Yucca

Liriope muscari
Liriope muscari
Muscari neglectum
Muscari neglectum
Scilla siberica
Scilla siberica
Cordyle fruticosa 'Red Sister'
Maianthemum racemosum
Maianthemum racemosum
Polygonatum odoratum
Polygonatum odoratum


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