|Blue phlox favors roadsides cutting through forests and |
exposed sunny banks. Color ranges from deep purple
to bluish white. Often found growing with trilliums,
wild geraniums and larkspur.
|Dutchmens breeches. Favors deep rich soils on shady |
wooded hillsides. Can sometimes carpet an entire slope
if conditions are favorable.
|Wild mint prior to flowering. Prefers shady wooded slopes|
with rich moist soils. Leaves have a very aromatic scent.
Flowers are small and white and clustered near the base of
|Virginia bluebells, another inhabitant of rich moist wooded|
slopes. Tends to grow in clusters of several dozen plants
per patch. Also, has large fleshy leaves for an early spring
flower with smooth margins
|Common wood sorrel. A small flowering plant that is easily |
overlooked. Grows on wooded banks above streams and in
other moist areas.