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Liatris squarrosa


Scaly Blazingstar (Liatris squarrosa) wildflower is 1–2½ feet tall and unbranched. The central stem is light green, slightly ridged, and glabrous to hairy. The alternate leaves occur along the entire length of the stem in widely spreading pseudo-whorls. The lowest leaves are 4-6 inches long and a . . .[ . . . more ]


Monarda didyma


Scarlet Bee Balm (Monarda didyma), Oswego Tea and Bergamot occurs in bottomlands, thickets, moist woods and along streambanks. It is a somewhat coarse, clump-forming, mint family member that features tubular, two-lipped, bright scarlet-red flowers crowded into dense, globular, terminal flowerhea . . .[ . . . more ]


Carya ovata


Shagbark Hickory (Carya ovata) is a large deciduous tree that typically grows 70-90 feet tall with an irregular, oval-rounded crown. It typically occurs on both dry upland wooded slopes and hills and in moist valleys and lowland woods. Trunks mature to 2-3 feet in diameter. This tree features smo . . .[ . . . more ]


Hepatica acutiloba


Sharp Leaved Hepatica (Hepatica acutiloba) is a herbaceous perennial plant that is about 3-6 inches tall. It consists of a tuft of basal leaves that develops during the late spring and persists through the winter. These leaves are up to 3 inches long and across. They have slender petioles up to . . .[ . . . more ]

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