SOME SPRING WILDFLOWERS

Cedar Bog that isn’t a Bog

swamp buttercup, Ranunculus septentrionalis
family Ranunculaceae

cotton-sedge, Eriophorum viridicarinatum
family Cyperaceae

southern blue flag, Iris virginica
family Iridaceae

common bladderwort, Utricularia vulgaris
family Lentibulariaceae

This is a snake, not a flower.

“Deep Woods” Preserve (Hocking County)

fire pink, Silene virginica
family Caryophyllaceae

common cinquefoil, Potentilla simplex
family Rosaceae

deerberry, Vaccinium stamineum
family Ericaceae

large-flowered valerian,Valeriana pauciflora
family Valerianaceae

ppink lady’s slipper orchid, Cypripedium acaule
family Orchidaceae

Ooh! Look at that butterfly on Rosa’s hat!!

Batelle Darby Metro Park

one-flowered cancer-root, Orobanche uniflora
family Orobanchaceae

spring avens, geum vernum
family Rosaceae

garlic mustard, Alliaria petiolata (boo, hiss!)
family Brassicaceae

Virginia spiderwort, Tradescantia virginica
family Commelinaceae

lily-leaved twayblade, Liparis liliifolia
family Orchidaceae

wild-ginger, Asarum canadense
familt Aristolochiaceae

sweet-cicely, Ormorhiza longistylis
family Apiaceae

pale striped violet, Viola striata
family Violaceae

amur honeysuckle, Lonicera maackii (boo, hiss!)
family Caprifoliaceae

two-flowered Cynthia, Krigia biflora
family Asteraceae

downy phlox, Phlox pilosa
family Polemoniaceae

yellow pimpernal, Taenidia integerima
family Apiaceae

bastard toadflax, Commandra umbellate
family Santalaceae

downy phlox, Phlox pilosa
family Polemoniaceae

Indian paintbrush, Castilleja coccinea
family Orobanchaceae

Canada bluets, Hedyotis canadensis
family Rubiaceae

hoary pucoon, Lithospermum cansecens
family Boraginaceae

wild ginger, Asarum canadense
family Aristolochiaceae

hairy-jointed meadow-parsnip
family Apiaceae

horse-gentian

spring-beauty

wild geranium