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Carolina wild petunia , Hairy wild petunia

Ruellia caroliniensis

Carolina Petunia

Judy & Horst Stierand's yard July 4, 2008, Whitsett, NC

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© Horst Stierand

Blossom

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© Horst Stierand




Catawba Tree, Monkey Cigar Tree

Catalpa speciosa

Blooms

Blooms can appear different

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Black Mountain, Mid-June 2002
© MB Baumeister

Bloom Close Up

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Black Mountain, Mid-June 2002
© MB Baumeister

Seed Pods

AKA Monkey Cigars

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Black Mountain, August 2002
© MB Baumeister




Catesby's Trillium

Trillium catesbaei

Habitat

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Blooming Plants

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Bloom

Dark Pink

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Bloom

Pink

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Bloom

Pink

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Bloom

Light Pink

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Bloom

White

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Back of Bloom

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Chaffhead

Carphephorus bellidifolius

Plant in Bloom

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Sandhills Game Land, Millstone Creek Natural Area, October 2004




Chicory

Cichorium intybus

Plants in Bloom

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Bloom Close Up

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Will Appear in Odd Places

Most commonly seen along our roadsides

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Chokecherry

Prunus virginiana

Plant in Bloom

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Black Mountain, mid-May 2005
© MB Baumeister

Blooming Branches

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Black Mountain, mid-May 2005
© MB Baumeister

Branch with Bloom

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Black Mountain, mid-May 2005
© MB Baumeister

Bloom

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Black Mountain, mid-May 2005
© MB Baumeister

Closeup of Bloom

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Black Mountain, mid-May 2005
© MB Baumeister

Leaf

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Black Mountain, mid-May 2005
© MB Baumeister

Berries

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Black Mountain, mid-May 2005
© MB Baumeister




Christmas Fern

Polystichum acrostichoides

Fertile fronds

An evergreen fern, common throughout the state. The smaller leaflets in the upper portion of the fronds are fertile and have brown spores on the undersides.

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Ann Weaver, taken outside of Wake Forest on a north-facing site at the edge of the woods.

Close-up of frond

The leaflets have a characteristic lobe at the base and a bristle at the tip of each tooth.

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Paynter, Wilmington, July, 2014




Clasping Milkweed

Asclepias amplexicaulis

The wavy-edged, clasping leaves are a good identification mark for Clasping Milkweed.

It is common in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain in open woods, clearings and roadsides.

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Paynter, May 2012, Ev-Henwood Preserve, Supply

Flowers

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Plant

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Camille Collins

Bloom with friend

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Camille Collins




Cliff Saxifrage

Hydatica petiolaris = Saxifraga michauxii

In Situ

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Tom Harville

Leaves

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Tom Harville

Bloom

Note the yellow spots

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Tom Harville

Bloom

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Tom Harville

In Situ

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Tom Harville




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