Bloom Clock/Keys/New Hampshire/July/All

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The plants pictured below have been recorded as blooming during the month of July in New Hampshire.


Achillea millefolium

Heads

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Profile for Achillea millefolium (Common Yarrow)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright, clump-forming
Flowers:Heads
Foliage:Pinnatifid
Life Cycle: Perennial


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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Aralia hispida

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Profile for Aralia hispida (Bristly Spikenard, Bristly Sarsaparilla)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Umbel
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Asclepias incarnata

Inflorescence and foliage

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Profile for Asclepias incarnata (Swamp Milkweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright herbaceous plant
Flowers:Corymbs of pink flowers
Foliage:Simple
Growing Conditions:Moist meadows and gardens
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Asclepias syriaca

Inflorescence

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Profile for Asclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed)
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer


Aster novae-angliae

Head

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Profile for Aster novae-angliae (New England Aster)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect, bushy herbaceous plant
Flowers:Heads with yellow disk florets and purple (sometimes pink, white, or red) rays
Foliage:Simple, alternate
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Calystegia sepium

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Profile for Calystegia sepium (Hedge Bindweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous vine
Flowers:Showy bell-shaped corona
Foliage:Arrow heads
Stem:vine
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Chelidonium majus

Flowers, foliage, and buds

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Profile for Chelidonium majus (Greater Celandine)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright herbaceous plant
Flowers:4 showy petals, many anthers, yellow.
Foliage:Pinnately compound with lobed leaflets.
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Chenopodium album

Flowering branch

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Profile for Chenopodium album (Lambsquarters, Goosefoot)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:erect herbaceous plant
Stem:ridged, glaucus
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Chimaphila umbellata

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Profile for Chimaphila umbellata (Pipsissewa)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Subshrub
Flowers:The flowers are white or pink, produced in a small umbel of 4-8 together.
Foliage:evergreen shiny, bright green, toothed leaves arranged in opposite pairs or whorls of 3-4 along the stem. Leaves have a shallowly toothed margin, where the teeth have fine hairs at their ends.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer


Cicuta maculata

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Profile for Cicuta maculata (Spotted Water Hemlock)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous forb
Flowers:The inflorescence of white flowers is similar in appearance to many other species in the carrot family. It is a compound umbel with a many clusters of flowers.
Foliage:The long leaves are made up of several lance-shaped, pointed, serrated leaflets. Each shiny green leaflet is 2 to 10 centimeters long and the entire leaf may be up to 40 centimeters long.
Stem:Hollow erect stem to a maximum height between 1 and 1.5 meters.
Growing Conditions:Wet meadows, swamps, edge of ponds and lakes
Fruit:The dry tan-brown fruit is a few millimeters long.
Life Cycle: Biennial, Perennial
Similar Plants:Cicuta virosa, Daucus carota
General information:This is a poisonous plant.
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer


Dalibarda repens

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Profile for Dalibarda repens (Dewdrop, Robin Runaway)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Five white petals form a sterile flower at the end of a stem. The fertile, self-pollinating flowers never open and are hidden beneath the leaves.
Foliage:Heart-shaped, scalloped margin. Similar to viola. The leaves grow at the end of a long petiole.
Stem:Flowers and foliage are on separate stems.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Daucus carota

Umbel

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Profile for Daucus carota (Carrot, Queen Anne's Lace)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright herbaceous plant
Flowers:Umbels of white flowers, with one dark red to black flower in the center.
Foliage:Pinnatifid
Life Cycle: Biennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Dianthus armeria

Inflorescence

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Profile for Dianthus armeria (Deptford Pink)
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Erigeron annuus

Heads

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Profile for Erigeron annuus (Fleabane)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright herbaceous plant
Flowers:Heads with yellow disk florets and white ray florets
Life Cycle: Annual
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Eriocaulon aquaticum

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Profile for Eriocaulon aquaticum (Pipewort)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Aquatic herbaceous forb
Flowers:A single tiny umbel with tinier flowers perched atop a stem
Foliage:leafless
Stem:seven sided stalk
Growing Conditions:Ponds
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer


Eupatorium perfoliatum

Flowering plant

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Profile for Eupatorium perfoliatum (Boneset)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect herbaceous plant
Foliage:Opposite, hairy, clasping the stem
Life Cycle: Perennial


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Fragaria vesca

flowering plant

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Profile for Fragaria vesca (Woodland Strawberry)
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Spring, Late Spring, Late Summer, Early Fall


Frangula alnus

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Profile for Frangula alnus (Glossy Buckthorn)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Shrub
Flowers:Five white petals, 5mm across.
Foliage:Oblong leaves come to a point. Margins entire.
Fruit:Red berry, ripening to black. Poisonous.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer


Galium triflorum

Galium triflorum

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Profile for Galium triflorum (Fragrant Bedstraw)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Creeping
Flowers:Four tiny white petals
Foliage:Six leaflets in a whorl below the peduncle
Stem:Square
Fruit:Single fruiting peduncles rising above basal rosettes.
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Gaultheria procumbens

Gaultheria procumbens in flower

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Profile for Gaultheria procumbens (Eastern Teaberry, Checkerberry, Boxberry and American Wintergreen)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect/creeping
Flowers:Bell-shaped, 6–8 mm long, white, borne solitary or in short racemes.
Foliage:Elliptic to ovate, 2–5 cm long and 1–2 cm broad
Stem:Round, 10–15 cm tall
Scent:Distinct oil of wintergreen scent.
Growing Conditions:Dry to moist acidic soils; forests; sandy areas
Fruit:Edible berry 8–15 mm in diameter persists through the winter until new blossoms form.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer


Hemerocallis

Flower of H. fulva, one of the most commonly encountered daylilies

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Profile for Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:clumping herbaceous plant
Flowers:3 petals and 3 sepals nearly equal. Each flower lasts only one day.
Foliage:Basal, straplike
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Hosta

Flowers of cv. 'Blue Crinkles'

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Profile for Hosta (Hosta)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Clump-forming herbaceous plant
Flowers:tubular
Foliage:Basal
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Late Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Houstonia caerulea

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Profile for Houstonia caerulea (Azure Bluet)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Forb/herb
Flowers:Four petals, pale blue with yellow centers, approximately 1 cm across. One flower per stalk.
Foliage:Basal rosettes.
Stem:Unbranched, to 20 cm high.
Growing Conditions:Moist, acidic soil in shady areas. Grows well in grassy areas.
Fruit:Flat capsule
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer


Hydrangea macrophylla

Lacecap flower type

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Profile for Hydrangea macrophylla (Bigleaf Hydrangea)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Multistemmed shrub
Foliage:Opposite, simple
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Hypericum perforatum

Closeup of flowers

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Profile for Hypericum perforatum (St. John's wort)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect
Flowers:Yellow, five petaled flowers approximately 20mm across occur between late Spring and early to mid Summer. The flowers appear in in broad cymes at the ends of the upper branches. The sepals are pointed, with glandular dots in the tissue. There are many stamens, which are united at the base into three bundles.
Foliage:Leaves exhibit obvious translucent dots when held up to the light, giving them a ‘perforated’ appearance, hence the plant's Latin name. The yellow-green leaves are sessile (having no stem), narrow, oblong leaves which are 12mm long or slightly larger.
Stem:Erect, branched in the upper section, and can grow to 1m high.
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Oenothera biennis which has four petals rather than five.
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Kalmia angustifolia

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Profile for Kalmia angustifolia (Sheep-laurel)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:shrub
Flowers:Deep crimson-pink flowers
Foliage:The narrow evergreen leaves, pale on the underside, have a tendency to form groups of threes, standing upright when newly put forth, but bent downward with the weight of age.
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer


Lepidium virginicum

Lepidium virginicum

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Profile for Lepidium virginicum (Virginia pepperweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Flowers:White racemes
Foliage:Sessile, linear to lanceolate and get larger as they approach the base
Stem:erect
Growing Conditions:Grows as a weed in most crops and is found in roadsides, landscapes and waste areas. It prefers sunny locales with dry soil.
Fruit:Green seed pods, ~2mm across, notched at tip.
Life Cycle: Annual, biennial
Similar Plants:Thlaspi arvense, Capsella bursa-pastoris
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Leucanthemum vulgare

Head

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Profile for Leucanthemum vulgare (Oxeye Daisy)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Clump-forming forb
Flowers:Typical daisy
Life Cycle: Perennial


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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer


Linaria vulgaris

Inflorescences

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Profile for Linaria vulgaris (Butter and Eggs)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:spreading herbaceous plant
Flowers:Snapdragon-like, yellow
Foliage:Simple, covered in a white, waxy bloom
Stem:Weak
Scent:None
Fruit:Dry capsules
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Lotus corniculatus

Flowering plant

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Profile for Lotus corniculatus (Birdsfoot Trefoil)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:The flowers develop into small pea-like pods or legumes.
Foliage:five leaflets, but with the central three held conspicuously above the others, hence the use of the name trefoil.
Stem:The height of the plant is variable, from 5-20 cm, occasionally more where supported by other plants; the stems can reach up to 50 cm long. It is typically sprawling at the height of the surrounding grassland.
Growing Conditions:It is most often found in sandy soils.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Lysimachia ciliata

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Profile for Lysimachia ciliata (Fringed Loosestrife)
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Lysimachia quadrifolia

Flowers and foliage

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Profile for Lysimachia quadrifolia (Whorled Loosestrife)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect
Flowers:5 petals, yellow, about 12 mm across.
Foliage:Lanceolate leaves are whorled about the stem in tiers. Margins are entire.
Stem:Single stem grows up to a meter high.
Growing Conditions:Open woods, thickets,
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Lysimachia terrestris

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Profile for Lysimachia terrestris (Swamp Candles)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Five yellow petals each with two red spots at their base. Flowers form in racemes.
Foliage:Narrow and long leaves
Stem:Erect
Growing Conditions:Swamps, edges of ponds and lakes
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Lysimachia quadrifolia with which it freely hybridizes
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer


Lythrum salicaria

Flowering plant

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Profile for Lythrum salicaria (Purple Loosestrife)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:bushy herbaceous plant
Growing Conditions:Most frequent in wet soils, though also widely cultivated in gardens
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Matricaria discoidea

Heads

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Profile for Matricaria discoidea (Pineappleweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Discoid heads
Foliage:The leaves are pinnately dissected and sweet-scented when crushed.
Stem:The plant grows 3 to 12 inches (7.5 - 30 cm) high.
Scent:The flowers exude a chamomile/pineapple aroma when crushed.
Growing Conditions:Disturbed areas, especially those with poor, compacted soil. It can be seen blooming on footpaths, roadsides, and similar places in spring and early summer.
Life Cycle: Annual
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer


Medeola virginiana

Medeola virginiana blossom

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Profile for Medeola virginiana (Indian cucumber-root)
Identifying Characteristics
Flowers:Yellow to yellow-green, hanging down, 6 petals
Foliage:Whorled in either one or two tiers. The upper tier (when present) has fewer leaves.
Stem:Erect
Growing Conditions:Moist, semi-shaded, loamy soil
Fruit:Dark purple or red berries appearing above the second tier of leaves.
Life Cycle: perennial
Similar Plants:Trientalis borealis (Starflower)
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer


Melampyrum lineare

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Profile for Melampyrum lineare (Cow-wheat)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Tubular, creamy white with two lips. Resembles a snake's head.
Foliage:Leaves have two forms. Lower on the plant leaves are linear. Below the flowers, leaves have two pointed lobes behind the usual linear structure.
Stem:Erect, 15-40 cm
Life Cycle: Annual
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Melilotus alba

Flowering plant

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Profile for Melilotus alba (White Sweet Clover)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect, herbaceous
Flowers:White, pea-like
Foliage:Trifoliate
Stem:Erect
Scent:Crushed leaves have a vanilla scent
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Mitchella repens

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Profile for Mitchella repens (Partridge Berry)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Creeping herbaceous forb
Flowers:Dimorphous, twin white tubular flowers (grown from one calyx) with four petals, covered with fine hairs. They grow axillary at the end of a branchlet. Each flower has one pistil and four stamens. While in one twin flower this pistil is short,in the other it is long. With a short pistil come long stamens, or vice versa. This dimorphy prevents self-fertilization by one flower.
Foliage:The evergeen dark-green leaves are opposite, ovate to cordate, with a pale yellow midrib. The petioles are short.
Stem:Creeping, but not climbing, vine, 15-30 cm long.
Fruit:Red berry about 1cm across featuring two "eyes" opposite the stem.
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer


Mollugo verticillata

Mollugo verticillata

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Profile for Mollugo verticillata (Carpetweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Creeping
Flowers:5 petals, white to greenish white.
Foliage:Whorled leaves, typically 30 mm long, 5 mm wide.
Life Cycle: Annual
Similar Plants:Galium triflorum (Fragrant bedstraw) which is very similar, but the flowers have four petals instead of five.
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Monotropa uniflora

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Profile for Monotropa uniflora (Indian Pipe)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Single white flower, 10-15 mm long with 3-8 petals.
Foliage:White scales close to the stem, 5-10 mm long
Stem:White, 10-30 cm.
Growing Conditions:Since it is not dependent on sunlight to grow, it can grow in very dark environments as in the understory of dense forest.
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Orobanche uniflora
General information:Unlike most plants, it is white and does not contain chlorophyll. Instead of generating energy from sunlight, it is parasitic, more specifically a myco-heterotroph. Its hosts are certain fungi that are mycorrhizal with trees, meaning it ultimately gets its energy from photosynthetic trees.


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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Myosotis

Inflorescence

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Profile for Myosotis (Forget-me-not)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Sprawling herbaceous plant
Foliage:Simple
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Nuphar variegata

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Profile for Nuphar variegata (Bullhead Lily, Yellow Pond Lily)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:emergent aquatic
Growing Conditions:ponds
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Nuttallanthus canadensis

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Profile for Nuttallanthus canadensis (Blue Toadflax)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:The flowers are purple to off-white, 10-15 mm long
Foliage:The leaves are slender, 15-30 mm long and 1-2.5 mm broad.
Stem:Erect, to 80 cm.
Life Cycle: Annual, Biennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer


Nymphaea odorata

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Profile for Nymphaea odorata (White Water Lily)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Aquatic
Flowers:Large white flower with many petals floats on the surface of the water. 10 cm across.
Foliage:Round with a V-shaped notch on one side. Up to 30 cm long.
Scent:Sweet
Growing Conditions:Ponds, lakes, slow-moving streams and rivers
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Nuphar variegata
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Nymphoides cordata

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Profile for Nymphoides cordata (Floating Heart)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Aquatic
Flowers:Five white petals
Foliage:Heart-shaped leaves float on the surface of the water
Stem:Round
Growing Conditions:Ponds, Lakes, slow-moving rivers and streams
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer


Oxalis stricta

Flowers and foliage

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Profile for Oxalis stricta (Common Yellow Woodsorrel)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright
Flowers:5 petals, yellow
Foliage:Trifoliate, leaflets heart-shaped
Stem:Slender, green
Fruit:Explosive capsules
Life Cycle: Annual
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Phytolacca americana

Inflorescence

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Profile for Phytolacca americana (Pokeweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright, bushy, herbaceous plant
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Plantago lanceolata

Inflorescence

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Profile for Plantago lanceolata (Ribwort Plantain)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Rosette forming
Flowers:Inflorescence on a long stalk held above the foliage
Foliage:Lanceolate
Growing Conditions:Sunny locations, frequent in lawns
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Plantago major

Flowering spike

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Profile for Plantago major (Broadleaf Plantain)
Identifying Characteristics
Flowers:On dense spikes
Foliage:Basal, rounded with prominent veins
Growing Conditions:Common on compacted soil
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Polygonum pensylvanicum

Polygonum pensylvanicum

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Profile for Polygonum pensylvanicum (Pennsylvania Smartweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect
Flowers:cluster of pink flowers in a spike.
Foliage:long, narrow leaves with prominent midrib. Veins are parallel to one another, originating at the midrib and progressing towards the edge of the leaf. Margin is entire.
Stem:Jointed branches are covered with a papery sheath.
Life Cycle: Annual
Similar Plants:Easily mistaken for Persicaria maculosa
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Pontederia cordata

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Profile for Pontederia cordata (Pickerelweed)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Aquatic
Flowers:A large purple spike
Foliage:Large and waxy. Arrowhead to heart shaped.
Stem:Succulent
Growing Conditions:Ponds, Lake edges, rivers, streams, marshes
Fruit:Small nut-like fruits with toothed edges (edible).
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Potentilla arguta

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Profile for Potentilla arguta (Tall Cinquefoil)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous forb
Flowers:Five creamy-yellow petals with a central yellow disk.
Foliage:Toothed leaves are palmate
Stem:erect
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Potentilla canadensis

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Profile for Potentilla canadensis (Dwarf Cinquefoil)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous forb
Flowers:Five yellow petals
Foliage:Palmate, serrate leaves have five parts which attach to a point on the stem.
Growing Conditions:Impoverished soils
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Prunella vulgaris

Prunella vulgaris

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Profile for Prunella vulgaris (Self-heal, Heal-all)
Identifying Characteristics
Flowers:Violet petals emerge from between a stack of green bracts.
Foliage:Opposite, with petioles, lanceolate.
Stem:Hairy, erect, to 40 cm tall
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Mid Fall


Pyrola

Pyrola chlorantha

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Profile for Pyrola (Pyrola)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous subshrub
Flowers:Five white petals with green veins pointed towards the ground
Foliage:A rosette of simple orbicular or ovate leaves
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Ranunculus

Flower of r. repens

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Profile for Ranunculus (Buttercup)
Identifying Characteristics
Subclass plants:R. ficaria
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Spring, Mid Spring


Rhus typhina

Foliage and fruit

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Profile for Rhus typhina (Staghorn Sumac)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Shrub/tree
Flowers:Form in clusters. The tiny flowers have green-to-white petals with rust-colored centers. Yellow stamens.
Foliage:Alternate, pinnately compound leaves 25-55 cm long, each with 9-31 serrate leaflets 6-11 cm long. The leaf petioles and the stems are densely covered in rust-colored hairs.
Fruit:The fruit of staghorn sumac is one of the most identifiable characteristics, forming dense clusters of small red drupes at the terminal end of the branches; the clusters are conic, 10-20 cm long and 4-6 cm broad at the base
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer


Robinia pseudoacacia

Inflorescences

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Profile for Robinia pseudoacacia (Black Locust)
Identifying Characteristics
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring


Rosa

Flowers

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Profile for Rosa (Rose)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Thorny shrubs
Foliage:alternate, pinnately compound
Stem:thorned
Fruit:small pomes (hips)
Life Cycle: perennial shrub
Subclass plants:Rosa canina

Rosa multiflora
Rosa palustris
Rosa rugosa

Rosa 'Peace'

Rosa 'Pink Knockout'
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall Mid Fall, Late Fall


Rubus pensilvanicus

Flowering branch

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Profile for Rubus pensilvanicus (Blackberry)
Identifying Characteristics
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer


Rumex acetosella

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Profile for Rumex acetosella (Sheepsorrel)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:The flowers emerge from a tall, upright stem. Female flowers are maroon in color.
Foliage:It has green arrowhead-shaped leaves and red-tinted deeply ridged stems, and it sprouts from an aggressive rhizome. The leaves are edible, imparting a pleasing, tart taste, but should not be eaten in large quantities. The tartness is due to the presence of oxalates which are also responsible for its toxicity.
Growing Conditions:It favors moist soil, so it thrives in floodplains and near marshes
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer


Rumex crispus

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Profile for Rumex crispus (Curly Dock)
Identifying Characteristics
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Sagittaria graminea

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Profile for Sagittaria graminea (Grassy Arrowhead)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Aquatic forb
Flowers:Three white petals and three green sepals
Foliage:Narrow leaved blades
Growing Conditions:Edges of ponds, lakes, streams, and rivers
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Sagittaria latifolia
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Sambucus canadensis

Inflorescence

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Profile for Sambucus canadensis (American Elderberry)
Identifying Characteristics
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer


Saponaria officinalis

A white-flowered variety

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Profile for Saponaria officinalis (Soapwort)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright herbaceous plant
Scent:Flowers are sweetly scented
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani

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Profile for Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani (Softstem Bulrush)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Aquatic Graminoid
Flowers:The flowers are borne in an open inflorescence of many stalked, budlike spikelets, covered by reddish brown scales below the top of the stem
Foliage:Long sheathes that closely girdle the stem
Stem:Up to 3 meters
Growing Conditions:Ponds, lakes, marshes
Fruit:brown-gray achene
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Summer, Late Summer


Silene latifolia

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Profile for Silene latifolia (White Campion)
Identifying Characteristics
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer


Silene vulgaris

Flowers

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Profile for Silene vulgaris (Bladder Campion)
Identifying Characteristics
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Solanum dulcamara

Flower and fruits

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Profile for Solanum dulcamara (Bittersweet, Bitter Nightshade, Blue Bindweed, Climbing Nightshade)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Twining, semi-woody vine
Flowers:Purple with yellow centers
Scent:Unpleasant aroma from vegetative parts
Fruit:Berries which are red when ripe
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Solidago

Flowers on S. Gigantea

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Profile for Solidago (Goldenrod)
Identifying Characteristics
Subclass plants:Solidago canadensis, Solidago gigantea


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Temperate zone season(s): Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall, Early Winter


Solidago canadensis

Inflorescence and habit

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Profile for Solidago canadensis (Canada Goldenrod)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect, colonizing herbaceous plant
Flowers:Yellow heads held on compound panicles
Foliage:Simple
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Solidago gigantea (shoot axis without hairs)
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Spergularia

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Profile for Spergularia (Sandspurry)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Five purple petals with sepals between each. Yellow anthers. Blossoms are about 8 mm across.
Foliage:Needle-like leaves form in whorls about the stem.
Stem:Round, creeping stems have a reddish tint.
Growing Conditions:Waste places
Life Cycle: Annual/Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Spiraea japonica

Inflorescence

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Profile for Spiraea japonica (Japanese Spiraea)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Dense shrub
Foliage:simple, alternate, often yellow in cultivated varieties
Life Cycle: perennial shrub
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Taraxacum officinale

Head

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Profile for Taraxacum officinale (Common Dandelion)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:rosette-forming herbaceous plant with a long taproot
Flowers:Head, flowers are all ray-like
Foliage:Basal only, pinnately lobed
Stem:flower stems are hollow with a milky sap
Scent:mild, "sunny"
Growing Conditions:sunny and partly-shaded, well drained soils, drought intolerant
Fruit:achene with a silky pappus
Similar Plants:Hypochoeris radicata, Sonchus
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Winter, Late Winter, Early Spring, Mid Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall, Early Winter


Tilia americana

Linden tree (Basswood) blooms

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Profile for Tilia americana (Basswood)
Identifying Characteristics
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer


Tradescantia

Flowers

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Profile for Tradescantia (Spiderwort)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Erect herbaceous plant
Foliage:Straplike, both basal and on stems
Stem:Round
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer


Trifolium arvense

Inflorescences and foliage

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Profile for Trifolium arvense (Rabbit's-foot Clover)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Low, spreading herb
Foliage:Trifoliate
Growing Conditions:Gritty, acidic soils
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Mid Fall


Trifolium aureum

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Profile for Trifolium aureum (Hop Clover)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Hebaceous forb
Flowers:Yellow flowers are arranged into small, elongated round inflorescences 12-20 mm diameter, located at the end of the stem.
Foliage:Leaves divided into three sessile leaflets, each leaflet 15-25 mm long and 6-9 mm broad.
Stem:10-30 cm tall, branching.
Life Cycle: Annual, biennial
Similar Plants:BCP/Medicago lupulina
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Trifolium pratense

Inflorescence

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Profile for Trifolium pratense (Red Clover)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Spreading herbaceous plant
Foliage:trifoliate with pale zones on the leaflets
Fruit:tiny legumes
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Trifolium repens

Inflorescence

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Profile for Trifolium repens (White Clover)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Low, spreading herbaceous plant
Foliage:Trifoliate
Stem:Creeping, rooting at the nodes
Life Cycle: perennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall


Verbascum thapsus

Flowers on spike

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Profile for Verbascum thapsus (Mullein)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Upright herbaceous plant
Flowers:Yellow with 5 petals arranged in clusters on a spike produced in the second year.
Foliage:Rosettes, hairy, thick.
Life Cycle: Biennial
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall


Verbena hastata

Inflorescence

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Profile for Verbena hastata (Vervain)
Identifying Characteristics
Flowers:Several spikes of tiny, purple, 5-petalled flowers branch from a central stem.
Foliage:Deeply veined with toothed margins. Lanceolate.
Stem:Erect
Life Cycle: Biennial, Perennial
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Veronica officinalis

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Profile for Veronica officinalis (Heath Speedwell)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:creeping herbaceous forb
Flowers:Four petals, white with light purple streaks grow in a spike at the end of the stem. Flowers are about 8mm across.
Foliage:The leaves are 1.5–5 cm long and 1–3 cm broad, and softly hairy.
Stem:Hairy green stems 10–50 cm long that cover the ground in mats and send up short vertical shoots which bear soft violet flowers.
Similar Plants:Perennial
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Vicia cracca

Inflorescence

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Profile for Vicia cracca (Tufted Vetch)
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall, Late Fall


Viola tricolor

Flowers

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Profile for Viola tricolor (Heartsease, Johnny-jump-up)
Identifying Characteristics
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Mid Fall