BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS, VIRGINIA MAY 2016
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Mayapple, American mandrake
Podophyllum peltatum
Berberidaceae
 
Wild geranium, Spotted geranium
Geranium maculatum
Geraniaceae


 
Green and gold
Chrysogonum virginianum
Asteraceae


   
Canada violet
Viola canadensis
Violaceae
 
White clintonia, Speckled wood lily
Clintonia umbellulata
Liliaceae

[Named after American naturalist DeWitt Clinton, 1769-1828]
 


 
Common blue violet
Viola sororia
Violaceae


 
Red chokeberry
Aronia arbutifolia
Rosaceae
 
 
 
False solomon's seal, False spikenard, Treacleberry
Maianthemum racemosum
Ruscaceae


   
Eastern red columbine, Canadian columbine
Aquilegia canadensis
Ranunculaceae



   
Yellow bedstraw *
Galium verum
Rubiaceae


 
Virginia spiderwort
Tradescantia virginiana
Commelinaceae

[Named for eminent English gardener John Tradescant, 1608-1662]


 
Meadow parsnip
Thaspium sp.
Apiaceae
   
Deerberry
Vaccinium stamineum
Ericaceae
 


 
Lettuceleaf saxifrage
Micranthes micranthidifolia
Saxifragaceae




Wild ginger, Canadian snakeroot
Asarum canadense
Aristolochiaceae
 
 
     
Northern maidenhair fern
Adiantum pedatum
Pteridaceae


 
Fetter bush, Mountain pieris
Pieris floribunda
Ericaceae



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