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  Wildflowers at Springside Park
1 agrimony 71 hog-peanut
2 artichoke, Jerusalem 72 honeysuckle, Japanese
3 aster, heart-leaved 73 honeysuckle, trumpet
4 aster, heath 74 iris, yellow
5 aster, large salt marsh 75 jack-in-the-pulpit (many)
6 aster, lowrie 76 jewelweed, orange (spotted touch-me-not)
7 aster, many-flowered 77 jewelweed, yellow (pale touch-me-not)
8 aster, New England 78 joe pye weed, spotted
9 aster, panicled 79 knapweed, spotted
10 aster, purple-stemmed 80 lily, trout
11 aster, Schreber's or large-leaved 81 lobelia, spiked
12 aster, small white 82 loosestrife, fringed
13 aster, stiff 83 loosestrife, purple (invasive)
14 aster, upland white (one plant) 84 madder, wild
15 aster, white wood 85 marigold, marsh (many)
16 baneberry, red 86 meadow rue, early
17 baneberry, white 87 meadow rue, tall
18 basil, wild 88 milkweed, common
19 bellflower, creeping 89 miterwort
20 bellwort, large flowered 90 moneywort
21 bellwort, sissile-leaved 91 mt. mint, narrow-leaved
22 bergamot, wild 92 mustard, field
23 bindweed, pink hedge 93 mustard, garlic (many)
24 black-eyed susan 94 nightshade, enchanter's
25 blackberry 95 parsnip, wild
26 bloodroot 96 pineapple weed
27 blue-eyed grass, white 97 plantain, robin's
28 blueberry, high bush 98 primrose, evening
29 blueberry, low bush 99 queen anne's lace (wild carrot)
30 bluets 100 rose, multiflora
31 boneset 101 rose, pasture
32 bur marigold, nodding 102 sarsaparilla, wild (many)
33 burdock 103 silverweed
34 butter and eggs 104 Solomon's seal, false
35 buttercup 105 Solomon's seal, true
36 campion, bladder 106 spreading dogbane
37 cattail, common 107 spring beauty
38 cattail, narrow-leaved 108 spurge, cypress (many)
39 chickweed 109 St. Johnswort
40 chicory 110 stitchwort, lesser 1
41 chokeberry, red 111 strawberry
42 cinquefoil, bushy 112 sweet cicely
43 clover, white sweet 113 thimbleweed
44 cohosh, biack 114 thistle, bull
45 columbine, wild 115 thistle, Canada
46 daisy, oxeye 116 toothworth
47 dittany 117 trefoil, birdsfoot
48 fleabane, common 118 trillium, red (purple)
49 fleabane, daisy 119 turtlehead
50 forget-me-not 120 vetch, cow
51 gentian, fringed 121 vetch, crown
52 geranium, wild 122 violet,light blue with dark center
53 ginger, wild 123 violet, blue
54 goatsbeard, yellow 124 violet, long spurred
55 golden alexander 125 violet, long-spurred
56 goldenrod, 12 species 126 violet, pinkish white
57 goldenrod, blue-stemmed 127 violet, purple
58 goldenrod, Canada 128 violet, white
59 goldenrod, grass-leaved 129 violet, yellow
60 goldenrod, rough-leaved 130 virgin's bower
61 goldenrod, rough-stemmed 131 waterleaf, Virginia
62 goldenrod, zig-zag 132 white star
63 grass, blue-eyed 133 wild thyme
64 hawkweed, field 134 wood sorrel, yellow
65 hawkweed, orange (devil's paintbrush) 135 yarrow
66 heal-all - -
67 hellbore, false - -
68 hemlock parsley - -
69 hepatica, round-lobed - -
70 herb robert - -
   
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