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This page is part of a dichotomous key for plants recorded as blooming in New Hampshire during the month of June.


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

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Rumex crispus

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

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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

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Silene latifolia

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

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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

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Centaurea montana

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Profile for Centaurea montana (Perennial Cornflower)
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Cornus canadensis

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Profile for Cornus canadensis (Common bunchberry)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous sub-shrub
Flowers:Tiny flowers a few millimeters across that form an inflorescence at the center of four white, petal-like bracts 3-4 cm diameter.
Foliage:The leaves are oppositely arranged on the stem, but are clustered with six leaves that often seem to be in a whorl because the internodes are compressed.
Stem:The vertically produced above ground stems are slender and unbranched.
Fruit:Bright red berries form in a single tight cluster above the foliage.
Life Cycle: 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

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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

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Elaeagnus umbellata

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Profile for Elaeagnus umbellata (Autumn Olive)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Shrub
Flowers:The flowers are clustered 1-7 together in the leaf axils, fragrant, with a four-lobed pale yellowish-white 1 cm long corolla.
Foliage:The leaves are alternate, 4-10 cm long and 2-4 cm wide, entire but with a waved margin they are silvery when they leaf out early in spring due to numerous tiny, scales, but turning greener above as the silvery scales wear off through the summer
Stem:4-10 m tall
Scent:fragrant
Growing Conditions:Because airborne nitrogen can be fixed in its roots, it has the capability to grow in infertile habitats.
Fruit:The fruit is round to oval drupe 1 cm long, silvery-scaled orange ripening red dotted with silver or brown. When ripe, the fruit is juicy and edible. It is small, extremely numerous, tart-tasting, and it has a chewable seed.
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Elaeagnus angustifolia
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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

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Maianthemum canadense

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Profile for Maianthemum canadense (False Lily-of-the-valley)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Forb/herb
Flowers:Cluster of small, four-petaled flowers project above the foliage.
Foliage:Two, sometimes three deeply cleft, heart-shaped leaves.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Aquilegia canadensis

Flowers

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Profile for Aquilegia canadensis (Columbine)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Five points on the top, with five petals below pointing downward.
Foliage:Leaves are both basal and cauline, lobed and divided.
Stem:Erect
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Hieracium pratense

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Profile for Hieracium pratense (Yellow Hawkweed, King Devil)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:Yellow rays very much like Taraxacum officinale.
Foliage:Slender, unlobed leaves are hairy and form a rosette.
Stem:Projects 30-40 cm from the ground, towering over the foliage.
Growing Conditions:Waste places
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Taraxacum officinale
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer

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Rubus pensilvanicus

Flowering branch

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

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Maianthemum racemosum

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Profile for Maianthemum racemosum (False Solomon's Seal)
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer

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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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Aralia nudicaulis

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Profile for Aralia nudicaulis (Wild Sarsaparilla, Smooth Sarsaparilla)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:subshrub
Flowers:Several cymes (usually three) appear at the end of a stem which is separate and generally not as high as the stem bearing the foliage.
Foliage:Three bipinnate leaves with five leaflets.
Stem:30-60 cm tall, smooth
Growing Conditions:Sandy soil in sun, partial shade or shade. Moist or dry soil.
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Ginsengs
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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

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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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Cypripedium acaule

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Profile for Cypripedium acaule (Pink Lady's Slipper, Moccasin Flower)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous forb
Flowers:Unlike most other members of Cypripedium, the pouch of C. acaule opens in a slit that runs down the front of the labellum rather than a round opening.
Foliage:The plant consists of two plicate leaves near the ground.
Stem:A long, pubescent stalk bears a single pink flower.
Growing Conditions:C. acaule grows in a variety of different habitats, including moist and dry soils. It is usually found in pine forests, where it can be seen in large colonies, but it grows in deciduous woods, as well. It is nearly always found in soil with high acid content.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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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

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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

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Sisyrinchium montanum

Flowers and foliage

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Profile for Sisyrinchium montanum (Blue-eyed Grass)
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer

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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

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Robinia pseudoacacia

Inflorescences

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

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Cerastium

Cerastium diffusum flowers and foliage

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Profile for Cerastium (Mouse-ear Chickweed)
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Temperate zone season(s): Late Spring, Early Summer

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Vaccinium

flowers on V. corymbosum

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Profile for Vaccinium (Blueberry, Cranberry)
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Spring, Late Spring

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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

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Rhododendron

Flowers

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Profile for Rhododendron (Rhododendrons and Azaleas)
Identifying Characteristics
Subclass plants:R. calendulaceum,

R. catawbiense,
R. maximum,
R. molle,
R. prinophyllum,
R. subsp. vireya,
R. 'Delaware Valley White',
R. 'Girard's Crimson',
R. 'Hershey's Red',
R. 'PJM',
R. 'Pleasant White',

R. 'Roseum Elegans',
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Temperate zone season(s): Early Spring, Mid Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Mid Summer

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Syringa vulgaris

A purple-flowered variety

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Profile for Syringa vulgaris (Common Lilac)
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Temperate zone season(s): Mid Spring, Late Spring

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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

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Clintonia borealis

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Profile for Clintonia borealis (Clintonia, Corn Lily)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Herbaceous forb
Flowers:The flowers are arranged in small umbels at the extremity of a long stalk. They have 6 stamens and 3 identical sepals and petals (tepals).
Foliage:At full growth, a shoot has 2–4 clasping and curved, slightly succulent leaves with parallel venation
Fruit:The fruits are small dark blue, lurid berries.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Convallaria majalis

In the jag

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Profile for Convallaria majalis (Lily of the Valley)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous perennial plant that forms colonies
Flowers:raceme of 5-15 flowers on the stem apex
Foliage:one or two leaves 10-25 cm long; flowers are white tepals, bell-shaped, 5-10 mm diameter
Stem:rhizomes with stolons; 15-30 cm tall, with one or two leaves
Scent:sweet
Fruit:orange-red berry 5-7 mm diameter
Life Cycle: self-sterile
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Viola

Viola cornuta, a species of Viola

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Profile for Viola (Violet)
Identifying Characteristics
Subclass plants:V. labradorica,

V. pedata,
V. tricolor,

V. x wittrockiana


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

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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

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Orobanche uniflora

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Profile for Orobanche uniflora (One-flowered Cancerroot)
Identifying Characteristics
Flowers:Five white to pale lavendar petals with a yellow center.
Stem:hairy, leafless, sticky
Growing Conditions:Parasitic plant grows in damp woods.
Life Cycle: Annual
Similar Plants:Monotropa uniflora (Indian pipe), Monotropa hypopithys (Pinesap)
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Comptonia peregrina

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Profile for Comptonia peregrina (Sweetfern)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:Shrub
Flowers:The flowers are imperfect, meaning that no one flower has both gender parts.
Foliage:The leaves of the plant are linear to lanceolate, 3-15 cm long and 0.3-3 cm broad, with a modified dentate, pinnately lobed margin.
Scent:Leaves give off a sweet odor, especially when crushed.
Fruit:Nut encased in a burr.
Life Cycle: Perennial
Similar Plants:Often mistaken for a fern.
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Amelanchier bartramiana

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Profile for Amelanchier bartramiana (Mountain Juneberry, Oblongfruit Serviceberry)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:shrub
Flowers:5 white petals with long pinkish stamens. Flowers are about 2cm across and appear either singly or in clusters of up to four.
Foliage:Oblong-shaped leaves have fine teeth almost all the way to the base. The leaves are tapered on both ends.
Growing Conditions:Partial shade, dry-to-moist soils
Fruit:Pear-shaped edible berries about 1cm long. Red, ripening to purplish-black.
Life Cycle: perennial
Similar Plants:Choke Cherry, other Amelanchier species.
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Polygala paucifolia

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Profile for Polygala paucifolia (Gaywings)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous
Flowers:This pink flower consists of two wings cradling a tubular segment which hosts the stamens.
Foliage:Tint of red around the edge. Leaves are clustered at the top, appearing to be whorled, but they are not. Leaflets are oblong to lanceolate — narrow at the base with a pointed tip. Leaves have an entire margin and are thin
Stem:Stems are smooth, slender and green.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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Trientalis borealis

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Profile for Trientalis borealis (Starflower)
Identifying Characteristics
Habit:herbaceous
Flowers:One or two white, seven-petaled flowers rise above the foliage and form a star-like shape.
Foliage:Lanceolate whorled leaves with an entire edge.
Stem:Up to 20 cm tall.
Life Cycle: Perennial
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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

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Aesculus hippocastanum

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Profile for Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse Chestnut)
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Last updated 08:05, 11 June 2008 (UTC) from the DPL page with 48 plants.