Wildflowers of Pendleton County • Index to the Pages

Let the wildflowers grow for others to enjoy!

 

 

Bee-Balm
Birdfoot Violet
Birdsfoot Trefoil
Black Cohosh
Black-eyed Susan
Black Mustard
Blue-stemmed Goldenrod
Bloodroot
Bouncing Bet
Bowman's Root
Blue-eyed Grass
Bluets
Bulbous Buttercup
Butterfly Weed

Canada Violet
Canada Wild Ginger
Celandine
Celandine-Poppy
Chicory
Coltsfoot
Columbine
Common Blue Violet
Common Burdock
Common Evening Primrose
Common Milkweed
Cow or Blue Vetch
Crown Beard
Crown Vetch

Daisy Fleabane
Dill
Dog Violet
Dutchman's Breeches
Dwarf or Vernal Iris

Early Goldenrod
Early Saxifrage
Enchanter's Nightshade

False Solomon's Seal
Field Mustard
Field Pussytoes
Fire Pink
Forget-me-not
Fringed Loosestrife

 

Gaywings
Garlic Mustard
Gill-over-the-ground
Goatsbeard
Golden Ragwort
Goldenseal
Great Lobelia

Hairy Beardtongue
Healall
Hedge Bindweed
Hoary Puccoon
Hop Clover

Indian Pipes
Indian Strawberry

Joe-Pye Weed

Large Flowered Bellwort
Long-spurred Violet

Mad-dog Skullcap
Marsh Blue Violet
Marsh Marigold
Mayapple
Miterwort
Moss Phlox
Motherwort
Moth Mullein
Mouse-ear Hawkweed

New England Aster
Nodding Ladies Tresses

Ox-eye Daisy

Pale Touch-me-not
Pale Violet
Partridge Berry
Peppermint
Perfoliate Bellwort
Prairie Trillium

Queen Anne's Lace

 

Rattlesnake Plantain
Red Dead Nettle
Red Trillium
Robin Plantain
Round-leaved Yellow Violet
Round-lobed Hepatica
Rough-fruited Cinquefoil
Rue Anemone

Slender Speedwell
Small Jack-in-the-pulpit
Smooth Aster
Smoothish Hawkweed
Smooth Rock Cress
Smooth Yellow Violet
Solomon's Seal
Spring Beauty
Spotted Knapweed
Spotted Touch-me-not
Starflower
St. Johnswort
Stonecrop

Thimbleweed
Toadshade or Sessile Trillium
Trumpet Creeper

Viper's Bugloss
Virginia Bluebells

Whorled Loosestrife
White Baneberry
Wild Bleeding Heart
Wild Bergamot
Wild Geranium
Wild Madder
Wild Oats
White Turtlehead
White Trillium
White Wood Aster
Wood Anemone
Woodland Sunflower

Yarrow
Yellow Goatsbeard
Yellow Mandarin
Yellow Sweet Clover


  DISCLAIMER While there are many references to people utilizing wildflowers as a food source, we do not encourage your culinary experiments. This information is presented solely for casual plant identification purposes. Any use or ingestion of plant parts you undertake on your own and at your own risk!  


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