Michigan Wildflowers Index

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Wildflowers Sorted by Common Name

  1. Adam and Eve (Puttyroot) 2009
    Adam and Eve (Puttyroot) 2012
  2. Adam and Eve (Puttyroot) Yellow Form
  3. Agoseris, Pale
  4. Agrimony
  5. Alaska Rein Orchis, Slender-spire Orchis 2009
    Alaska Rein Orchis, Slender-spire Orchis 2013
  6. Alexanders, Golden
  7. (Alexanders, Heart-leaved) Meadow Zizia
  8. American Columbo
  9. American Lotus 9 images (12.3 megabytes)
  10. Anemone, Canada
  11. Anemone, False Rue
  12. Anemone, Rue
  13. Anemone, Wood
  14. Arethusa
  15. Arrowhead, Common
  16. Arrowwood
  17. Asiatic Day Flower
  18. Aster, Bushy
  19. Aster, Flat-topped White
  20. Aster, Large-leaved
  21. Aster, New England
  22. Aster, Purple-stemmed
  23. Aster, Smooth Blue
  24. Baltic Rush
  25. Baneberry, Red
  26. Baneberry, White
  27. Basil
  28. Bearberry
  29. Beardtongue, Hairy
  30. Beardtongue, White
  31. Bedstraw, Fragrant
  32. Bedstraw, Marsh
  33. Bedstraw, Northern
  34. Beechdrops
  35. Bellflower, Bedstraw
  36. Bellflower, Creeping
  37. Bellflower, Tall Gratiot County 2001 and 2003
    Bellflower, Tall Ionia County 2007
    Bellflower, Tall Newago County 2007
  38. Bellwort, Large-flowered
  39. Bergamot, Wild
  40. Biennial Gaura (Biennial Beeblossom)
  41. Bird's-eye Primrose
  42. Black Mustard
  43. Black-eyed Susan
  44. Bladderwort, Flat-leaved
  45. Bladderwort, Horned
  46. Bladderwort, Humped
  47. Bladderwort, Purple
  48. Blanket, Indian
  49. Blazing Star, Dense Jackson Co., 2009
    Blazing Star, Dense Berrien Co., 2010
  50. Blazing Star, Nieuwland's or Savanna
  51. Blazing Star, Nieuwland's or Savanna (White Form)
  52. Blazing Star, Prairie
  53. Blazing Star, Rough
  54. Bloodroot
  55. Blue Cohosh
  56. Blue-eyed Grass, Common
  57. Blue-eyed Grass, Narrow Leaf
  58. Blue-eyed Grass, White
  59. Bluet, Longleaf Summer
  60. Blue-eyed Mary Cass County 2004
    Blue-eyed Mary Eaton County 2008
  61. Blue-eyed Mary, Small Ontonagon County 2009
  62. Blue Flag, Larger
  63. Blue Flag (Virginia Iris)
  64. Blueberry, Highbush
  65. Bog Rosemary
  66. Boneset
  67. Boneset, False
  68. Bottlebrush Grass
  69. Branching Bur Reed
  70. Bride's Feathers (Goatsbeard)
  71. Buckbean
  72. Bunchberry
  73. Burdock, Common
  74. Butter-and-eggs
  75. Buttercup, Common
  76. Buttercup, Early
  77. Buttercup, Kidneyleaf
  78. Buttercup, Swamp
  79. Buttercup, Yellow Water
  80. Butterwort
  81. Button Eryngo (Rattlesnake-masters)
  82. Buttonbush
  83. Cactus, Prickly-pear
  84. Calamint
  85. Calypso
  86. Cancer Root, One-flowered
  87. Cardinal Flower
    Cardinal Flower (White Form)
  88. Carolina Wild Petunia
  89. Catnip
  90. Cattail, Common
  91. Cattail, Narrow-leaved
  92. Celandine
  93. Celandine, Lesser
  94. Celandine-Poppy
  95. Centaury
  96. Cheeses or Common Mallow
  97. Chickweed
  98. Chicory
  99. Cinquefoil, Canadian Dwarf
  100. Cinquefoil, Marsh
  101. Cinquefoil, Shrubby
  102. Cinquefoil, Three-toothed
  103. Cleavers
  104. Clintonia (Bluebead Lily)
  105. Clover, Hop
  106. Clover, Purple Prairie
  107. Clover, Red
  108. Clover, White Prairie
  109. Coastal Jointweed
  110. Columbine, Garden
  111. Coltsfoot 2013
  112. Coltsfoot, Sweet 2002
    Coltsfoot, Sweet 2008
  113. Columbine, Wild
  114. Compassplant
  115. Coneflower, Cutleaf
  116. Coneflower, Orange
  117. Coneflower, Pale Purple
  118. Coneflower, Pinnate Prairie
  119. Coneflower, Purple
  120. Coneflower, Thin-leaved
  121. Coralroot, Fall (Chasmogamous)
  122. Coralroot, Fall (Cleistogamous)
  123. Coralroot, Early Emmet County, 2004
    Coralroot, Early Ogemaw County, 2009
    Coralroot, Early Alger County, 2013
  124. Coralroot, Spotted Washtenaw Co. (Late Flowering)
    Coralroot, Spotted Alger Co. (Late Flowering)
  125. Coralroot, Spotted Delta Co.
  126. Coralroot, Western Spotted Alger Co. (Early Flowering)
  127. Coralroot, Striped
  128. Coralroot, Yellow Early Spotted Mackinac County 2009
    Coralroot, Yellow Early Spotted Mackinac County 2014
  129. Coreopsis, Lance-leaved
  130. Cornflower, Perrenial
  131. Cotton-grass, Tawny
  132. Cow-wheat
  133. Cranberry, Large
  134. Cranberry, Small
  135. Cranesbill, Carolina
  136. Cress, Cow
  137. Cress, Lyre-leaved Rock
  138. Cress, Purple
  139. Cress, Spring
  140. Cress, Winter (Yellow Rocket)
  141. Cucumber-root, Indian Washtenaw Co., 2009
    Cucumber-root, Indian Berrien Co., 2010
  142. Cucumber, Wild
  143. Culver's Root
  144. Cup Plant
  145. Daisy, Lakeside 2006
    Daisy, Lakeside 2016
  146. Daisy, Ox-eye
  147. Dame's Rocket
  148. Dandelion
  149. Dandelion, Dwarf
  150. Dead-nettle, Purple
  151. Dewberry, Bristly
  152. Dock, Curled
  153. Dodder
    Dodder on Longbract Frog Orchid Alger County, 2013
  154. Dogwood, Flowering
  155. Downy Phlox 2001
    Downy Phlox 2009
  156. Dutchman's Breeches
  157. Elderberry, American Red
  158. Elderberry, American Black
  159. European Swallow-wort, Dog-strangling Vine
  160. Evening-primrose
  161. Evening-primrose, Cutleaf
  162. Evening-primrose, Narrow Leaf
  163. Everlasting, Pearly
  164. Everlasting, Sweet
  165. Eyebright, Drug
  166. False Asphodel, Sticky
  167. False Dragonhead (Obediant Plant)
  168. False Solomon's-seal, Starry
  169. False Solomon's-seal, Three-leaved
  170. Fireweed
  171. Flax, Stiff Yellow
  172. Fleabane, Common
  173. Fleabane, Hyssop-leaf
  174. Fringed Polygala
  175. Forget-me-not, True
  176. Foxglove, Mullein
  177. Foxglove, Yellow
  178. Frog-Bit, European
  179. Frostweed
  180. Garlic, Field
  181. Garlic, Wild
  182. Gentian, Closed
  183. Gentian, Fringe-tip Closed (Blue, 2005)
    Gentian, Fringe-tip Closed (White, 2006)
    Gentian, Fringe-tip Closed (Both colors, 2008)
  184. Gentian, Fringed
  185. Gentian, Narrow-leaved
  186. Gentian, Small Fringed Mackinac County, 2004
    Gentian, Small Fringed Oakland County, 2015
  187. Gentian, Small Fringed (White form) Oakland County, 2015
  188. Gentian, Spurred
  189. Gerardia, Purple
  190. Gerardia, Slender
  191. Germander, Canada (Wood Sage)
  192. Giant Birds-nest or Pinedrops
  193. Ginseng, Dwarf
  194. Goatsbeard, Yellow
  195. Goldenrod, Elm-leaved
  196. Goldenrod, Grass-leaved Lake County 2009
    Goldenrod, Grass-leaved Muskegon Co. 2010
  197. Goldenrod, Houghton's Emmet County 2001
    Goldenrod, Houghton's Lenawee County 2007
  198. Goldenrod, Ohio
  199. Goldenrod, Rand's
  200. Goldenrod, Rough-stemmed
  201. Goldenrod, Showy
  202. Goldenrod, Stiff
  203. Goldenrod, Voss's August 12, 2011
    Goldenrod, Voss's August 25, 2011
  204. Goldenrod, Wreath
  205. Goldenseal Washtenaw Co. 2007
    Goldenseal Washtenaw Co. 2011
    Goldenseal Washtenaw Co. 2012
  206. Goldmoss Stonecrop
  207. Goldthread
  208. Grape Hyacinth
  209. Grass Pink Crawford Co. 2003
    Grass Pink Schoolcraft Co. 2012
    Grass Pink Schoolcraft Co. 2013
    Grass Pink, White Form Schoolcraft Co. 2013
  210. Grass-of-Parnassus
  211. Grass-of-Parnassus, Marsh
  212. Grass-of-Parnassus, Small
  213. Green Dragon
  214. Greenviolet, Eastern
  215. Groovestem Indian Plantain
  216. Ground-cherry, Clammy
  217. Groundnut
  218. Gypsyweed, Common
  219. Harbinger-of-spring
  220. Harebell
  221. Hawkweed, Orange
  222. Heal-all
  223. Heartleaf Arnica
  224. Heather, False
  225. Hedge-nettle, Hyssop-leaf
  226. Hedge-nettle, Rough
  227. Helleborine
    Helleborine, Albino
  228. Hemlock, Poison
  229. Hepatica, Round-lobed 2001 & 2003
    Hepatica, Round-lobed 2009
  230. Hepatica, Sharp-lobed 2002 & 2004
    Hepatica, Sharp-lobed 2009
  231. Herb-Robert or Red Robin
  232. Highbush Cranberry (a Viburnum shrub)
  233. Hoary Alyssum
  234. Honeysuckle, Glaucous
  235. Honeysuckle, Japanese
  236. Honeysuckle, Northern Bush
  237. Honeysuckle, Tartarian
  238. Horse-nettle
  239. Horsemint
  240. Indian Paintbrush, Scarlet
  241. Indian Paintbrush, Yellow Form
  242. Indian Pipe
  243. Indian-tobacco
  244. Indigo, White Wild
  245. Iris, Dwarf Lake Michigan's State Wildflower
    Iris, Dwarf Lake (White Form) 2008
    Iris, Dwarf Lake (White Form) 2012
  246. Ironweed, Tall
  247. Ivy, Ground
  248. Ivy, Poison
  249. Jack-in-the-Pulpit
  250. Jacob's-ladder
  251. Jerusalem Artichoke
  252. Joe-Pye-weed, Spotted Midland County
    Joe-Pye-weed, Spotted Mackinac County
  253. Joe-Pye-weed, Sweet
  254. Knapweed, Brown
  255. Knapweed, Diffuse
  256. Knapweed, Spotted
  257. Labrador-tea
  258. Ladies'-Tresses, Case's
  259. Ladies'-Tresses, Hooded Mackinac Co. 2004
    Ladies'-Tresses, Hooded Mackinac Co. 2011
    Ladies'-Tresses, Hooded Presque Isle Co. 2011
  260. Ladies'-Tresses, Little
  261. Ladies'-Tresses, Nodding Mackinac County
    Ladies'-Tresses, Nodding Emmet County
  262. Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. gracilis) Chippewa Co.
    Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. gracilis) Alger Co.
  263. Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. lacera) Chippewa Co.
    Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. lacera) Alger Co.
  264. Ladies'-Tresses, October
  265. Ladies'-Tresses, Prairie
  266. Ladies'-Tresses, Shining
  267. Ladies'-Tresses, Yellow Nodding
  268. Lady's Slipper, Andrews' Hybrid 2010
    Lady's Slipper, Andrews' Hybrid 2012
  269. Lady's Slipper, Faville's Hybrid
  270. Lady's Slipper, Pink Crawford County
    Lady's Slipper, Pink Keweenaw County
    Lady's Slipper, Pink Alger Co.
    Lady's Slipper, Pink (White) Keweenaw Co.
    Lady's Slipper, Pink (White) Alger Co.
    Lady's Slipper, Pink Ogemaw County
  271. Lady's Slipper, Ram's-head
    Lady's Slipper, Ram's-head (White Form)
  272. Lady's Slipper, Showy Ogemaw County
    Lady's Slipper, Showy Emmet County
    Lady's Slipper, Showy Schoolcraft County
  273. Lady's Slipper, Showy White Form, Presque Isle Co. 2012
  274. Lady's Slipper, Small White 2007
    Lady's Slipper, Small White 2008
    Lady's Slipper, Small White 2012
  275. Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. parviflorum) Saginaw Co. 2010
    Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. parviflorum) Washtenaw Co. 2014

    Special Edition...all four together in one location...
    Four Small Lady's Slippers, Oakland County, 2014
    Lady's Slipper, Andrews'
    Lady's Slipper, Faville's
    Lady's Slipper, Small White
    Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. parviflorum)

  276. Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. pubescens)
  277. Laurel, Bog or Pale
  278. Laurel, Sheep
  279. Leadplant
  280. Leatherwood, Eastern
  281. Lettuce, Tall White
  282. Lily, Dune
  283. Lily, Michigan
  284. Lily, Wood
  285. Lily-of-the-valley
  286. Lily-of-the-valley, Feathery False
  287. Lizard's-tail (Water-dragon)
  288. Lobelia, Brook
  289. Lobelia, Great
  290. Lobelia, Pale-spike
  291. Longstyle Sweetroot
  292. Loosetrife, Fringed
  293. Loosestrife, Purple
  294. Loosestrife, Tufted
  295. Loosestrife, Whorled
  296. Loosestrife, Yellow
  297. Lopseed
  298. Lupine, Garden
  299. Lupine, Wild 2002
    Lupine, Wild 2007
    Lupine, Wild 2016
  300. Lychnis, Evening
  301. Lychnis, Scarlet
  302. Maidenstears
  303. Marsh Marigold
  304. Mayapple
  305. Meadow Beauty (Handsome Harry)
  306. Meadowsweet
  307. Mertensia (Virginia Bluebells) 2006
    Mertensia (Virginia Bluebells) 2008
    Mertensia (Virginia Bluebells - White) 2008
  308. Michigan Holly, Winterberry, Black Alder
  309. Milkweed, Common
  310. Milkweed, Green
  311. Milkweed, Orange (Butterfly Weed)
  312. Milkweed, Poke
  313. Milkweed, Swamp
  314. Milkwort, Racemed
  315. Milkwort, Whorled
  316. Miterwort
  317. Miterwort, Naked
  318. Monkey-flower, Michigan
  319. Monkey-flower, Square-stemmed
  320. Motherwort
  321. Mountainmint, Whorled
  322. Mullein, Common
  323. Mullein, Moth
  324. Musk Mallow
  325. Nettle, Hemp
  326. Night-flowering Catchfly
  327. Nightshade, Bittersweet
  328. Nightshade, Small Enchanter's
  329. Nightshade, Broadleaf Enchanter's
  330. Northern Catalpa
  331. Old-field Panic Grass
  332. Onion, Nodding
  333. Orchis, Blunt-leaved Ogemaw Co. 2009
    Orchis, Blunt-leaved Mackinac Co. 2012
  334. Orchis, Brown Widelip (Lily-leaved Twayblade) 2009
    Orchis, Brown Widelip (Lily-leaved Twayblade) 2013
  335. Orchis, Cranefly
  336. Orchis, Green Adder's-mouth Ogemaw Co. 2009
    Orchis, Green Adder's-mouth Mackinac Co. 2013
  337. Orchis, White Adder's-mouth
  338. Orchis, Greater Roundleaved Alger County 2011
    Orchis, Greater Roundleaved Alger County 2014
  339. Orchis, Green Fringed Emmet Co. 2010
    Orchis, Green Fringed Muskegon Co. 2011
  340. Orchis, Hooker's Luce County 2003
    Orchis, Hooker's Alger County 2011
    Orchis, Hooker's Alger County 2012
    Orchis, Hooker's Alger County 2014
  341. Orchis, Lake Huron Green Alger County 2003
    Orchis, Lake Huron Green Mackinac County 2012
  342. Orchis, Lesser Roundleaved
  343. Orchis, Longbract Frog
    Orchid, Longbract Frog with Dodder
  344. Orchis, Northern Green
  345. Orchis, Palegreen
  346. Orchis, Prairie White Fringed Huron County 2014
    Orchis, Prairie White Fringed Washtenaw County 2009
  347. Orchis, Purple Fringed Emmet County 2003
    Orchis, Purple Fringed Cheboygan County 2012
  348. Orchis, Purple Fringed (White Form) Cheboygan County 2012
    Orchis, Purple Fringed (Hybrid Form) Cheboygan County 2012
  349. Orchis, Roundleaf 2012
    Orchis, Roundleaf 2013
  350. Orchis, Showy 2003
    Orchis, Showy 2009
    Orchis, Showy 2010
    Orchis, Showy 2011
    Orchis, Showy 2012
  351. Orchis, Small Woodland Kalamazoo Co., 2007
    Orchis, Small Woodland Washtenaw Co., 2009
  352. Orchis, White Bog
  353. Orchis, White Fringed
  354. Orchis, Yellow Fringed
  355. Orchis, Yellow Widelip Chippewa Co., 2009
    Orchis, Yellow Widelip Ogemaw Co., 2009
    Orchis, Yellow Widelip Washtenaw Co., 2013
  356. Parsnip, Cow
  357. Parsnip, Wild
  358. Partridgeberry
  359. Pea, Beach
  360. Pea, Perennial
  361. Periwinkle or Myrtle
  362. Pickerelweed
  363. Pink, Deptford
  364. Pink, Fire
  365. Pink, Maiden
  366. Pipsissewa
  367. Pitcher Plant
  368. Pogonia, Large Whorled 2011
    Pogonia, Large Whorled 2012
  369. Pogonia, Nodding 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Pogonia, Nodding 2012 with Cybershot HX1
    Pogonia, Nodding 2013 with Cybershot H50
    Pogonia, Nodding 2013 with Cybershot HX1
  370. Pogonia, Rose
  371. Pokeweed
  372. Pond-lily, Small Yellow
  373. Pond-lily, Yellow
  374. Prairie Dropseed
  375. Prairie Smoke
  376. Puccoon, Hairy
  377. Pussy Toes, Plantain-leaved
  378. Pyrola, Green
  379. Pyrola, One-sided
  380. Pyrola, Pink
  381. Queen Anne's lace
  382. Quinine, Wild
  383. Ragwort, Balsam
  384. Ragwort, Golden
  385. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Checkered
  386. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Downy Ionia Co. 2007
    Rattlesnake-Plantain, Downy Washtenaw Co. 2012
  387. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Green-leaved
  388. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Lesser
  389. Red Windflower
  390. Redbud
  391. Redstem Stork's Bill
  392. Richardson's Alumroot
  393. Richweed
  394. Rock Harlequin
  395. Rose, Smooth
  396. Rue, Purple Meadow
  397. Rue, Goat's-
  398. Running Strawberry Bush
  399. Salsify,Yellow
  400. Sandwort, Bluntleaf
  401. Sandwort, Rock
  402. Sarsaparilla, Wild
  403. Sassafras
  404. Saxifrage, Swamp
  405. Seaside Arrowgrass
  406. Sedge, Bulrush
  407. Sedge, Golden
  408. Sedge, Michaux's
  409. Sedge, Pennsylvania
  410. Sedge, Richardson's Washtenaw County
    Sedge, Richardson's Mackinac County
  411. Shepherd's Purse
  412. Shinleaf
  413. Shooting Star
  414. Silverweed
  415. Skullcap, Marsh
  416. Skullcap, Smaller
  417. Skunk Cabbage
  418. Slender Yellow-eyed Grass
  419. Smartweed, Water Livington Co. 2001
    Smartweed, Water Jackson Co. 2009
  420. Smartweed, Scarlet
  421. Smooth Oxeye
  422. Snakeroot, Seneca
  423. Snakeroot, White
  424. Sneezeweed, Common
  425. Sneezeweed, Purple-headed
  426. Solomon's Seal, Smooth
  427. Sow-thistle, Common
  428. Sow-thistle, Spiny-leaved
  429. Speedwell, Germander
  430. Speedwell, Spring
  431. Speedwell, Water
  432. Spicebush, Northern
  433. Spiderwort
  434. Spiderwort, Common (Bluejacket)
  435. Spring-beauty
  436. Spring-beauty, Carolina
  437. Spurge, Cypress
  438. Spurge, Flowering
  439. Spurge, Leafy
  440. Squawroot
  441. Squirrel Corn
  442. St. Johnswort, Common
  443. St. Johnswort, Kalm's
  444. Star-of-Bethlehem (Sleepydick)
  445. Starflower
  446. Stargrass, Yellow
  447. Steeplebush
  448. Stitchwort, Lesser
  449. Sumac, Poison
  450. Sundew, Round-leaved
  451. Sundew, Spatulate-leaved
  452. Sunflower, Ashy (Downy Sunflower)
  453. Sunflower, Prairie
  454. Sunflower, Sawtooth
  455. Sunflower, Tall
  456. Sunflower, Thin-leaved
  457. Sunflower, Tickseed
  458. Sunflower, Woodland
  459. Swamp Lousewort
  460. Tall Thimbleweed
  461. Tall Tickseed
  462. Tansy, Common
  463. Tansy, Huron
  464. Teasel (Lavender)
  465. Teasel (White)
  466. Thimbleberry
  467. Thistle, Canada
  468. Thistle, Hill's
  469. Thistle, Nodding
  470. Thistle, Pitcher's
  471. Thistle, Swamp
    Threebirds Orchid 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Threebirds Orchid 2012 with Cybershot HX1
  472. Toadflax, Bastard
  473. Toadflax, Canada
  474. Toothwort, Broadleaf
  475. Toothwort, Cut-leaved
  476. Touch-me-not, Pale
  477. Touch-me-not, Spotted
  478. Trailing Arbutus
  479. Trefoil, Birdfoot
  480. Trefoil, Pointed-leaved
  481. Trefoil, Showy Tick-
  482. Trillium, Drooping Eaton County, 2008
    Trillium, Drooping Oakland County, 2016
  483. Trillium, Double Large-flowered
  484. Trillium, Large-flowered
    Trillium, Large-flowered (Green with Phytoplasma)
    Trillium (Seed Pods)
  485. Trillium, Large-flowered (Teratological)
  486. Trillium, Nodding
  487. Trillium, Painted
  488. Trillium, Prairie
  489. Trillium, Red (or Purple)

    Tip on Using Flash in the Shade
    Trillium, Red (or Purple)

    Comparison of T. flexipes, T. cernuum, T. erectum
    Drooping Trillium, Nodding Trillium, and Red Trillium

  490. Trillium, Sessile (Sweet Betsy)
  491. Trillium, Sessile (Toadshade) 2006
    Trillium, Sessile (Toadshade) 2013
  492. Trillium, Sessile (Yellow)
  493. Trillium, Snow 2006 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium, Snow 2007 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium, Snow 2008 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium, Snow 2009 with Cybershot H9
    Trillium, Snow 2009 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2010 with Cybershot H9
    Trillium, Snow 2011 with Cybershot H50, HX1
    Trillium, Snow 2011 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2013 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2014 with PowerShot SX50 and Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2015 with Cybershot H50 and Cybershot R1
    Trillium, Snow 2016 with PowerShot SX50 and Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2017 with Cybershot H50

    SPECIAL TRILLIUM ADDITION...
    Multiple forms of Trillium growing together
    in the same location, Alger County, May 2009
    1. Red Trillium
    2. Nodding Trillium
    3. Nodding Trillium Hybrids
    4. Red Trillium Hybrids (2)
    5. Large Flowered Trillium
  494. Trout Lily, White
  495. Trout Lily, Yellow
  496. Trumpet-creeper
  497. Tulip Poplar
  498. Turtlehead
  499. Twayblade, Auricled
  500. Twayblade, Broadlipped 2011 Alger County
    Twayblade, Broadlipped 2012 Mackinac County
    Twayblade, Broadlipped 2014 Alger County
  501. Twayblade, Heartleaf Ogemaw County, 2009
    Twayblade, Heartleaf Alger County, 2013
    Twayblade, Lily-leaved (Orchis, Brown Widelip) 2009
    Twayblade, Lily-leaved (Orchis, Brown Widelip) 2013
  502. Twinflower
  503. Twinleaf (Flowers)
    Twinleaf (Seed Pods)
  504. Twisted-stalk, Rosy
  505. Valerian, Cat's
  506. Valerian, Edible
  507. Valerian, Swamp
  508. Vervain, Blue
  509. Vervain, Hoary
  510. Vetch, Carolina
  511. Vetch, Crown
  512. Vetch, Hairy
  513. Violet, Birdfoot
  514. Violet, Canada
  515. Violet, Common Blue
  516. Violet, Dog
  517. Violet, Downy Yellow
  518. Violet, Marsh Blue
  519. Violet, Round-leaved Yellow
  520. Violet, Northern White
  521. Violet, Sweet White
  522. Viper's Bugloss
  523. Virgin's-bower 2001
    Virgin's-bower 2006
    Virginia Bluebells 2006
    Virginia Bluebells 2008
    Virginia Bluebells - White 2008
  524. Water Arum or Wild Calla
  525. Water-hemlock
  526. Water-horehound, Cut-leaved
  527. Water-lily, Fragrant
  528. Water-willow, American
  529. Watercress
  530. Waterleaf, Appendaged
  531. Wild Blue Phlox
  532. Wild Geranium
  533. Wild Ginger
  534. Wild Leek
  535. Wild Lily of the Valley or Canada Mayflower
  536. Willow-herb, Hairy
  537. Wintergreen
  538. Wintergreen, One-flowered Emmet County 2003
    Wintergreen, One-flowered Mackinac County 2014
  539. Wintergreen, Sidebells
  540. Wintergreen, Spotted
  541. Witchhazel, American
  542. Wood Betony
  543. Wood-sorrel, Common
  544. Wood-sorrel, Yellow
  545. Woodnettle, Canadian
  546. Yarrow
  547. Yucca

Wildflowers Sorted by Latin Name

  1. Achillea millefolium
  2. Actaea pachypoda
  3. Actaea rubra
  4. Agoseris glauca
  5. Agrimonia gryposepala
  6. Allium canadense
  7. Allium cernuum
  8. Allium tricoccum
  9. Allium vineale
  10. Amerorchis rotundifolia 2012
    Amerorchis rotundifolia 2013
  11. Amorpha canescens
  12. Anaphalis margaritacea
  13. Andromeda glaucophylla
  14. Anemone canadensis
  15. Anemone multifida
  16. Anemone quinquefolia
  17. Anemone virginiana
  18. Anemonella thalictroides
  19. Antennaria plantaginifolia
  20. Apios americana
  21. Aplectrum hyemale 2009
    Aplectrum hyemale 2012
  22. Aplectrum hyemale forma pallidum
  23. Aquilegia canadensis
  24. Aquilegia vulgaris
  25. Arabis lyrata
  26. Aralia nudicaulis
  27. Arctium minus
  28. Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
  29. Arenaria lateriflora
  30. Arenaria stricta
  31. Arethusa bulbosa
  32. Arisaema dracontium
  33. Arisaema triphyllum
  34. Arnica cordifolia
  35. Arnoglossum plantagineum
  36. Aruncus dioicus var. acuminatus
  37. Asarum canadense
  38. Asclepias exaltata
  39. Asclepias hirtella
  40. Asclepias incarnata
  41. Asclepias syriaca
  42. Asclepias tuberosa
  43. Aster dumosus
  44. Aster laevis
  45. Aster macrophyllus
  46. Aster novae-angliae
  47. Aster puniceus
  48. Aster umbellatus
  49. Baptisia alba
  50. Barbarea vulgaris
  51. Berteroa incana
  52. Bidens aristosa
  53. Brassica nigra
  54. Brickellia eupatorioides
  55. Calamintha arkansana
  56. Calla palustris
  57. Calopogon tuberosus Crawford Co. 2003
    Calopogon tuberosus Schoolcraft Co. 2012
    Calopogon tuberosus Schoolcraft Co. 2013
    Calopogon tuberosus forma albiflora Schoolcraft Co. 2013
  58. Caltha palustris
  59. Calypso bulbosa
  60. Campanula aparinoides
  61. Campanula rapunculoides
  62. Campanula rotundifolia
  63. Campanulastrum americanum Gratiot County 2001 and 2003
    Campanulastrum americanum Ionia County 2007
    Campanulastrum americanum Newago County 2007
  64. Campsis radicans
  65. Capsella bursa-pastoris
  66. Cardamine bulbosa
  67. Cardamine douglassii
  68. Carduus nutans
  69. Carex aurea
  70. Carex michauxiana
  71. Carex pensylvanica
  72. Carex richardsonii Washtenaw County
    Carex richardsonii Mackinac County
  73. Carex scirpoidea ssp. convoluta
  74. Castilleja coccinea
  75. Castilleja coccinea forma lutescens
  76. Catalpa speciosa
  77. Caulophyllum thalictroides
  78. Centaurea diffusa
  79. Centaurea jacea
  80. Centaurea maculosa
  81. Centaurea montana
  82. Centaurium erythraea
  83. Cephalanthus occidentalis
  84. Cercis canadensis
  85. Chelidonium majus
  86. Chelone glabra
  87. Chimaphila maculata
  88. Chimaphila umbellata
  89. Chrysanthemum leucanthemum
  90. Cichorium intyubus
  91. Cicuta maculata
  92. Circaea alpina
  93. Circaea lutetiana
  94. Cirsium arvense
  95. Cirsium hillii
  96. Cirsium muticum
  97. Cirsium pitcheri
  98. Claytonia caroliniana
  99. Claytonia virginica
  100. Clematis virginiana 2001
    Clematis virginiana 2006
  101. Clintonia borealis
  102. Coeloglossum viride var. virescens
    Coeloglossum viride var. virescens with Cuscuta sp.
  103. Collinsia parviflora Ontonagon County 2009
  104. Collinsia verna Cass County 2004
    Collinsia verna Eaton County 2008
  105. Collinsonia canadensis
  106. Commandra umbellata
  107. Commelina communis
  108. Conium maculatum
  109. Conopholis americana
  110. Convallaria majalis
  111. Coptis trifolia
  112. Corallorhiza maculata var. flavida Mackinac County 2009
    Corallorhiza maculata var. flavida Mackinac County 2014
  113. Corallorhiza maculata var. maculata Washtenaw Co. (Late Flowering)
    Corallorhiza maculata var. maculata Alger Co. (Late Flowering)
  114. Corallorhiza maculata var. maculata f. rubra Delta Co.
  115. Corallorhiza maculata var. occidentalis Alger Co. (Early Flowering)
  116. Corallorhiza odontorhiza, f. chasmogamous
  117. Corallorhiza odontorhiza, f. cleistogamous
  118. Corallorhiza striata
  119. Corallorhiza trifida Emmet County, 2004
    Corallorhiza trifida Ogemaw County, 2009
    Corallorhiza trifida Alger County, 2013
  120. Coreopsis lanceolata
  121. Coreopsis tripteris
  122. Cornus canadensis
  123. Cornus florida
  124. Coronilla varia
  125. Corydalis sempervirens
  126. Cuscuta gronovii
    Cuscuta sp. on Longbract Frog Orchid Alger County, 2013
  127. Cynanchum rossicum
  128. Cypripedium acaule Crawford County
    Cypripedium acaule Keweenaw County
    Cypripedium acaule Alger Co.
    Cypripedium acaule forma albiflora Alger Co.
    Cypripedium acaule forma albiflora Keweenaw Co.
    Cypripedium acaule Ogemaw County
  129. Cypripedium arietinum
    Cypripedium arietinum forma albiflora
  130. Cypripedium parviflorum var. makasin Saginaw Co. 2010
    Cypripedium parviflorum var. makasin Washtenaw Co. 2014

    Special Edition...all four together in one location...
    Four Small Lady's Slippers, Oakland County, 2014
    Cypripedium candidum
    Cypripedium parviflorum var. makasin
    Cypripedium X andrewsii
    Cypripedium X favillianum

  131. Cypripedium parviflorum var. pubescens
  132. Cypripedium candidum 2007
    Cypripedium candidum 2008
    Cypripedium candidum 2012
  133. Cypripedium reginae Ogemaw County
    Cypripedium reginae Emmet County
    Cypripedium reginae Schoolcraft County
  134. Cypripedium reginae forma albiflora White Form, Presque Isle Co. 2012
  135. Cypripedium X andrewsii Hybrid 2010
    Cypripedium X andrewsii Hybrid 2012
  136. Cypripedium X favillianum Hybrid
  137. Dalea candida
  138. Dalea purpurea
  139. Dasistoma macrophylla
  140. Daucus carota
  141. Dentaria diphylla
  142. Dentaria laciniata
  143. Desmodium canadense
  144. Desmodium glutinosum
  145. Dianthus armeria
  146. Dianthus deltoides
  147. Dicentra canadensis
  148. Dicentra cucullaria
  149. Diervilla lonicera
  150. Digitalis grandiflora
  151. Dipsacus sylvestris
  152. Dipsacus laciniatus
  153. Dirca palustris
  154. Dodecatheon meadia
  155. Drosera intermedia
  156. Drosera rotundifolia
  157. Echinacea pallida
  158. Echinacea purpurea
  159. Echinocystis lobata
  160. Echium vulgare
  161. Elymus hystrix
  162. Epifagus virginiana
  163. Epigaea repens
  164. Epilobium angustifolium
  165. Epilobium hirsutum
  166. Epipactis helleborine
    Epipactis helleborine var. albifolia
  167. Erigenia bulbosa
  168. Erigeron hyssopifolius
  169. Erigeron philadelphicus
  170. Eriophorum virginicum
  171. Erodium cicutarium
  172. Eryngium yuccifolium
  173. Erythronium albidum
  174. Erythronium americanum
  175. Euonymus obovatus
  176. Eupatorium maculatum Midland County
    Eupatorium maculatum Mackinac County
  177. Eupatorium perfoliatum
  178. Eupatorium purpureum
  179. Eupatorium rugosum
  180. Euphorbia corollata
  181. Euphorbia cyparissias
  182. Euphorbia esula
  183. Euphrasia stricta
  184. Frasera caroliniensis
  185. Gaillardia pulchella
  186. Galearis spectabilis 2003
    Galearis spectabilis 2009
    Galearis spectabilis 2010
    Galearis spectabilis 2011
    Galearis spectabilis 2012
  187. Galeopsis tetrahit
  188. Galium aparine
  189. Galium boreale
  190. Galium palustre
  191. Galium triflorum
  192. Gaultheria procumbens
  193. Gentiana andrewsii (Blue, 2005)
    Gentiana andrewsii, forma albiflora (White, 2006)
    Gentiana andrewsii (Both colors, 2008)
  194. Gentiana crinita
  195. Gentiania linearis
  196. Gentiana procera Mackinac County, 2004
    Gentiana procera Oakland County, 2015
  197. Gentiana procera forma albiflora Oakland County, 2015
  198. Gentiana rubricaulis
  199. Geranium carolinianum
  200. Geranium maculatum
  201. Geranium robertianum
  202. Gerardia purpurea
  203. Gerardia tenuifolia
  204. Geum triflorum
  205. Glechoma hederacea
  206. Gnaphalium obtusifolium
  207. Goodyera oblongifolia
  208. Goodyera repens
  209. Goodyera pubescens Ionia Co. 2007
    Goodyera pubescens Washtenaw Co. 2012
  210. Goodyera tesselata
  211. Halenia deflexa
  212. Hamamelis virginiana
  213. Helenium autumnale
  214. Helenium nudiflorum
  215. Helianthemum canadense
  216. Helianthus decapetalus
  217. Helianthus divaricatus
  218. Helianthus giganteus
  219. Helianthus grosseserratus
  220. Helianthus mollis
  221. Helianthus pauciflorus
  222. Helianthus tuberosus
  223. Heliopsis helianthoides
  224. Hepatica americana 2001 & 2003
    Hepatica americana 2009
  225. Hepatica acutiloba 2002 & 2004
    Hepatica acutiloba 2009
  226. Heracleum maximum
  227. Hesperis matronalis
  228. Heuchera richardsonii
  229. Hieracium aurantiacum
  230. Houstonia longifolia
  231. Hudsonia tomentosa
  232. Hybanthus concolor
  233. Hydrastis canadensis Washtenaw Co. 2007
    Hydrastis canadensis Washtenaw Co. 2011
    Hydrastis canadensis Washtenaw Co. 2012
  234. Hydrocharis morsus-ranae
  235. Hydrophyllum appendiculatum
  236. Hymenoxys herbacea 2006
    Hymenoxys herbacea 2016
  237. Hypericum kalmianum
  238. Hypericum perforatum
  239. Hypoxis hirsuta
  240. Ilex verticillata
  241. Impatiens capensis
  242. Impatiens pallida
  243. Iris lacustris
    Iris lacustris forma albiflora 2008
    Iris lacustris forma albiflora 2012
  244. Iris versicolor
  245. Iris virginica
  246. Isopyrum biternatum
  247. Isotria verticillata 2011
    Isotria verticillata 2012
  248. Jeffersonia diphylla (Flowers)
    Jeffersonia diphylla (Seed Pods)
  249. Juncus balticus
  250. Justicia americana
  251. Kalmia augustifolia
  252. Kalmia polifolia
  253. Krigia virginica
  254. Lamium purpureum
  255. Laportea canadensis
  256. Lathyrus japonicus
  257. Lathyrus latifolius
  258. Leonurus cardiaca
  259. Lepidium campesire
  260. Liatris aspera
  261. Liatris pycnostachya
  262. Liatris scariosa var. nieuwlandii
  263. Liatris scariosa var. nieuwlandii forma albiflora
  264. Liatris spicata Jackson Co., 2009
    Liatris spicata Berrien Co., 2010
  265. Lilium michiganense
  266. Lilium philadelphicum
  267. Linaria vulgaris
  268. Lindera benzoin
  269. Linnaea borealis
  270. Linum medium
  271. Liparis liliifolia 2009
    Liparis liliifolia 2013
  272. Liparis loeselii Chippewa Co., 2009
    Liparis loeselii Ogemaw Co., 2009
    Liparis loeselii Washtenaw Co., 2013
  273. Liriodendron tulipifera
  274. Listera auriculata
  275. Listera convallarioides 2011 Alger County
    Listera convallarioides 2012 Mackinac County
    Listera convallarioides 2014 Alger County
  276. Listera cordata Ogemaw County, 2009
    Listera cordata Alger County, 2013
  277. Lithospermum caroliniense
  278. Lobelia cardinalis
    Lobelia cardinalis forma albiflora
  279. Lobelia inflata
  280. Lobelia kalmii
  281. Lobelia siphilitica
  282. Lobelia spicata
  283. Lonicera dioica
  284. Lonicera japonica
  285. Lonicera tartarica
  286. Lotus corniculatus
  287. Lupinus perennis 2002
    Lupinus perennis 2007
    Lupinus perennis 2016
  288. Lupinus polyphyllus
  289. Lychnis alba
  290. Lychnis chalcedonica
  291. Lycopus americanus
  292. Lysimachia ciliata
  293. Lysimachia quadrifolia
  294. Lysimachia terrestris
  295. Lysimachia thrysiflora
  296. Lythrum salicaria
  297. Maianthemum canadense
  298. Maianthemum racemosum
  299. Malaxis monophylla var. brachypoda
  300. Malaxis unifolia Ogemaw County 2009
    Malaxis unifolia Mackinac County 2013
  301. Malva moschata
  302. Malva neglecta
  303. Medeola virginiana Washtenaw Co., 2009
    Medeola virginiana Berrien Co., 2010
  304. Melampyrum lineare
  305. Menyanthes trifoliata
  306. Mertensia virginica 2006
    Mertensia virginica 2008
    Mertensia virginica - forma albiflora 2008
  307. Mimulus glabratus var. michiganensis
  308. Mimulus ringens
  309. Mitchella repens
  310. Mitella diphylla
  311. Mitella nuda
  312. Monarda fistulosa
  313. Monarda punctata
  314. Moneses uniflora Emmet County 2003
    Moneses uniflora Mackinac County 2014
  315. Monotropa uniflora
  316. Muscari botryoides
  317. Myosotis scorpioides
  318. Nasturtium officinale
  319. Nelumbo lutea 9 images (12.3 megabytes)
  320. Nepeta cataria
  321. Nuphar microphyllum
  322. Nuphar variegatum
  323. Nuttallanthus canadensis
  324. Nymphaea odorata
  325. Oenothera biennis
  326. Oenothera filiformis
  327. Oenothera fruticosa
  328. Oenothera laciniata
  329. Opuntia humifusa
  330. Ornithogalum umbellatum
  331. Orobanche uniflora
  332. Orthilia secunda
  333. Osmorhiza longistylis
  334. Oxalis europaea
  335. Oxalis montana
  336. Panax trifolium
  337. Panicum implicatum
  338. Parnassia glauca
  339. Parnassia palustris
  340. Parnassia parviflora
  341. Parthenium integrifolium
  342. Pastinaca sativa
  343. Pedicularis canadensis
  344. Pedicularis lanceolata
  345. Penstemon digitalis
  346. Penstemon hirsutus
  347. Petasites frigidus 2002
    Petasites frigidus 2008
  348. Phlox divaricata
  349. Phlox pilosa 2001
    Phlox pilosa 2009
  350. Phryma leptostachya
  351. Physalis heterophylla
  352. Physostegia virginiana
  353. Phytolacca americana
  354. Pinguicula vulgaris
  355. Platanthera aquilonis
  356. Platanthera blephariglottis
  357. Platanthera ciliaris
  358. Platanthera clavellata Kalamazoo Co., 2007
    Platanthera clavellata Washtenaw Co., 2009
  359. Platanthera dilatata
  360. Platanthera flava
  361. Platanthera hookeri Luce County 2003
    Platanthera hookeri Alger County 2011
    Platanthera hookeri Alger County 2012
    Platanthera hookeri Alger County 2014
  362. Platanthera huronensis Alger County 2003
    Platanthera huronensis Mackinac County 2012
  363. Platanthera lacera Emmet Co. 2010
    Platanthera lacera Muskegon Co. 2011
  364. Platanthera leucophaea Huron County 2014
    Platanthera leucophaea Washtenaw County 2009
  365. Platanthera macrophylla Alger County 2011
    Platanthera macrophylla Alger County 2014
  366. Platanthera obtusata
    Platanthera obtusata Mackinac Co. 2012
  367. Platanthera orbiculata
  368. Platanthera psycodes Emmet County 2003
    Platanthera psycodes Cheboygan County 2012
  369. Platanthera psycodes forma albiflora Cheboygan County 2012
    Platanthera psycodes x P. psycodes f. albiflora Cheboygan County Hybrid 2012
  370. Platanthera unalascensis 2009
    Platanthera unalascensis 2013
  371. Podophyllum peltatum
  372. Pogonia ophioglossoides
  373. Polemonium van-bruntiae
  374. Polygala paucifolia
  375. Polygala polygama
  376. Polygala senega
  377. Polygala verticillata
  378. Polygonatum biflorum
  379. Polygonella articulata
  380. Polygonum amphibium Livington Co. 2001
    Polygonum amphibium Jackson Co. 2009
  381. Polygonum coccineum
  382. Pontederia cordata
  383. Potentilla anserina
  384. Potentilla canadensis
  385. Potentilla fruticosa
  386. Potentilla palustris
  387. Potentilla tridentata
  388. Prenanthes altissima
  389. Primula mistassinica
  390. Prunella vulgaris
  391. Pterospora andromedea
  392. Pycnanthemum pilosum
  393. Pyrola asarifolia
  394. Pyrola chlorantha
  395. Pyrola elliptica
  396. Pyrola secunda
  397. Ranunculus abortivus
  398. Ranunculus acris
  399. Ranunculus fascicularis
  400. Ranunculus ficaria
  401. Ranunculus flabellaris
  402. Ranunculus septentrionalis
  403. Ratibida pinnata
  404. Rhexia virginica
  405. Rhododendron groenladicum
  406. Rhus radicans
  407. Rosa blanda
  408. Rubus hispidus
  409. Rubus parviflorus
  410. Rudbeckia fulgida
  411. Rudbeckia hirta
  412. Rudbeckia laciniata
  413. Rudbeckia triloba
  414. Ruellia caroliniensis
  415. Rumex crispus
  416. Sagittaria latifolia
  417. Sambucus nigra
  418. Sambucus racemosa
  419. Sanguinaria canadensis
  420. Sarracenia purpurea
  421. Sassafras albidum
  422. Satureja vulgaris
  423. Saururus cernuus
  424. Saxifraga pennsylvanica
  425. Scutellaria galericulata var. epilobifolia
  426. Scutellaria parvula
  427. Sedum acre
  428. Senecio aureus
  429. Senecio pauperculus
  430. Silene noctiflora
  431. Silene virginica
  432. Silene vulgaris
  433. Silphium laciniatum
  434. Silphium perfoliatum
  435. Sisyrinchium albidum
  436. Sisyrinchium angustifolium
  437. Sisyrinchium montanum
  438. Smilacina stellata
  439. Smilacina trifolia
  440. Solanum carolinense
  441. Solanum dulcamara
  442. Solidago caesia
  443. Solidago graminifolia Lake County 2009
    Solidago graminifolia Muskegon Co. 2010
  444. Solidago houghtonii Emmet County 2001
    Solidago houghtonii Lenawee County 2007
  445. Solidago ohioensis
  446. Solidago rigida
  447. Solidago rugosa
  448. Solidago simplex ssp. randii
  449. Solidago speciosa
  450. Solidago ulmifolia
  451. Solidago vossii August 12, 2011
    Solidago vossii August 25, 2011
  452. Sonchus asper
  453. Sonchus oleraceus
  454. Sparganium androcladum
  455. Spiraea latifolia
  456. Spiraea tomentosa
  457. Spiranthes casei
  458. Spiranthes cernua Mackinac County
    Spiranthes cernua Emmet County
  459. Spiranthes lacera var. gracilis Chippewa Co.
    Spiranthes lacera var. gracilis Alger Co.
  460. Spiranthes lacera var. lacera Chippewa Co.
    Spiranthes lacera var. lacera Alger Co.
  461. Spiranthes lucida
  462. Spiranthes magnicamporum
  463. Spiranthes ochroleuca
  464. Spiranthes ovalis
  465. Spiranthes romanzoffiana Mackinac Co. 2004
    Spiranthes romanzoffiana Mackinac Co. 2011
    Spiranthes romanzoffiana Presque Isle Co. 2011
  466. Spiranthes tuberosa
  467. Sporobolus heterolepis
  468. Stachys hyssopifolia
  469. Stachys tenuifolia var. hispida
  470. Stellaria graminea
  471. Stellaria media
  472. Streptopus lanceolatus var. roseus
  473. Stylophorum diphylum
  474. Symplocarpus foetidus
  475. Tanacetum huronense
  476. Tanacetum vulgare
  477. Taraxacum officinale
  478. Tephrosia virginiana
  479. Teucrium canadense
  480. Thalictrum dasycarpum
  481. Tipularia discolor
  482. Tofieldia glutinosa
  483. Toxicodendron vernix
  484. Tradescantia ohiensis
  485. Tradescantia virginiana
  486. Tragopogon dubius
  487. Tragopogon pratensis
  488. Trientalis borealis
  489. Trifolium agrarium
  490. Trifolium pratense
  491. Triglochin maritimum

    SPECIAL TRILLIUM ADDITION...
    Multiple forms of Trillium growing together
    in the same location, Alger County, May 2009
    1. Trillium erectum
    2. Trillium cernuum
    3. Trillium cernuum X erectum
    4. Trillium erectum X cernuum (2)
    5. Trillium grandiflorum
  492. Trillium cernuum
  493. Trillium cuneatum
  494. Trillium erectum
  495. Trillium flexipes Eaton County, 2008
    Trillium flexipes Oakland County, 2016

    Comparison of T. flexipes, T. cernuum, T. erectum
    Drooping Trillium, Nodding Trillium, and Red Trillium

  496. Trillium grandiflorum
    Trillium grandiflorum (Green with Phytoplasma)
    Trillium (Seed Pods)
  497. Trillium grandiflorum forma polymerum
  498. Trillium grandiflorum forma polymerum (Teratological)
  499. Trillium luteum
  500. Trillium nivale 2006 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium nivale 2007 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium nivale 2008 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium nivale 2009 with Cybershot H9
    Trillium nivale 2009 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium nivale 2010 with Cybershot H9
    Trillium nivale 2011 with Cybershot H50, HX1
    Trillium nivale 2011 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium nivale 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium nivale 2013 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium nivale 2014 with PowerShot SX50 and Cybershot H50
    Trillium nivale 2015 with Cybershot H50 and Cybershot R1
    Trillium nivale 2016 with PowerShot SX50 and Cybershot H50
    Trillium nivale 2017 with Cybershot H50
  501. Trillium recurvatum
  502. Trillium sessile 2006
    Trillium sessile 2013
  503. Trillium undulatum
  504. Triphora trianthophora 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Triphora trianthophora 2012 with Cybershot HX1
    Triphora trianthophora 2013 with Cybershot H50
    Triphora trianthophora 2013 with Cybershot HX1
  505. Tussilago farfara
  506. Typha augustifolia
  507. Typha latifolia
  508. Utricularia cornuta
  509. Utricularia gibba
  510. Utricularia intermedia
  511. Utricularia purpurea
  512. Uvularia grandiflora
  513. Vaccinium corymbosum
  514. Vaccinium macrocarpon
  515. Vaccinium oxycoccus
  516. Valeriana edulis
  517. Valeriana officinalis
  518. Valeriana uliginosa
  519. Verbascum blattaria
  520. Verbascum thapsus
  521. Verbena hastata
  522. Verbena stricta
  523. Vernonia altissima
  524. Veronica anagallis-aquatica
  525. Veronica chamaedrys
  526. Veronica officinalis
  527. Veronica verna
  528. Veronicastrum virginicum
  529. Viburnum recognitum
  530. Viburnum trilobum
  531. Vicia caroliniana
  532. Vicia villosa
  533. Vinca minor
  534. Viola blanda
  535. Viola canadensis
  536. Viola conspersa
  537. Viola cucullata
  538. Viola pallens
  539. Viola papilionacea
  540. Viola pedata
  541. Viola pubescens and Claytonia virginica
  542. Viola rotundifolia
  543. Xyris torta
  544. Yucca filamentosa
  545. Zizia aptera
  546. Zizia aurea
  547. Zygadenus glaucus

Wildflowers Sorted by Family

Acanthaceae

  1. Fringeleaf Wild Petunia
  2. Water-willow, American

Alismataceae

  1. Arrowhead, Common

Amaryllidaceae

  1. Stargrass, Yellow

Anacardiaceae

  1. Ivy, Poison
  2. Sumac, Poison

Apiaceae

  1. Alexanders, Golden
  2. (Alexanders, Heart-leaved) Meadow Zizia
  3. Button Eryngo (Rattlesnake-masters)

Apocynaceae

  1. Periwinkle or Myrtle

Aquifoliaceae

  1. Michigan Holly, Winterberry, Black Alder

Araceae

  1. Green Dragon
  2. Jack-in-the-Pulpit
  3. Skunk Cabbage
  4. Wild Calla or Water Arum

Araliaceae

  1. Ginseng, Dwarf
  2. Sarsaparilla, Wild

Aristolochiaceae

  1. Wild Ginger

Asclepiadaceae

  1. European Swallow-wort, Dog-strangling Vine
  2. Milkweed, Common
  3. Milkweed, Green
  4. Milkweed, Orange (Butterfly Weed)
  5. Milkweed, Poke
  6. Milkweed, Swamp

Balsaminaceae

  1. Touch-me-not, Pale
  2. Touch-me-not, Spotted

Berberidaceae

  1. Blue Cohosh
  2. Twinleaf (Flowers)
    Twinleaf (Seed Pods)

Bignoniaceae

  1. Northern Catalpa
  2. Trumpet-creeper

Boraginaceae

  1. Forget-me-not, True
  2. Puccoon, Hairy
  3. Viper's Bugloss
  4. Virginia Bluebells 2006
    Virginia Bluebells 2008
    Virginia Bluebells - White 2008

Cactaceae

  1. Cactus, Prickly-pear

Campanulacae

  1. Bellflower, Bedstraw
  2. Bellflower, Creeping
  3. Bellflower, Tall Gratiot County 2001 and 2003
    Bellflower, Tall Ionia County 2007
    Bellflower, Tall Newago County 2007
  4. Cardinal Flower
    Cardinal Flower (White Form)
  5. Harebell
  6. Indian-tobacco
  7. Lobelia, Brook
  8. Lobelia, Great
  9. Lobelia, Pale-spike

Caprifoliaceae

  1. Arrowwood
  2. Elderberry, American Red
  3. Elderberry, American Black
  4. Honeysuckle, Glaucous
  5. Honeysuckle, Japanese
  6. Honeysuckle, Northern Bush
  7. Honeysuckle, Tartarian
  8. Twinflower

Caryophyllaceae

  1. Chickweed
  2. Lychnis, Scarlet
  3. Lychnis, Evening
  4. Maidenstears
  5. Night-flowering Catchfly
  6. Pink, Deptford
  7. Pink, Fire
  8. Pink, Maiden
  9. Sandwort, Bluntleaf
  10. Sandwort, Rock
  11. Stitchwort, Lesser

Celastraceae

  1. Running Strawberry Bush

Cistaceae

  1. Frostweed
  2. Heather, False

Commelinaceae

  1. Asiatic Day Flower
  2. Spiderwort
  3. Spiderwort, Common (Bluejacket)

Compositae

  1. Agoseris, Pale
  2. Aster, Flat-topped White
  3. Aster, Large-leaved
  4. Aster, New England
  5. Aster, Purple-stemmed
  6. Aster, Smooth Blue
  7. Black-eyed Susan
  8. Blanket, Indian
  9. Blazing Star, Dense Jackson Co., 2009
    Blazing Star, Dense Berrien Co., 2010
  10. Blazing Star, Nieuwland's or Savanna
  11. Blazing Star, Nieuwland's or Savanna (White Form)
  12. Blazing Star, Prairie
  13. Blazing Star, Rough
  14. Boneset
  15. Boneset, False
  16. Burdock, Common
  17. Chicory
  18. Coltsfoot
  19. Coltsfoot, Sweet 2002
    Coltsfoot, Sweet 2008
  20. Compassplant
  21. Coneflower, Cutleaf
  22. Coneflower, Orange
  23. Coneflower, Pale Purple
  24. Coneflower, Pinnate Prairie
  25. Coneflower, Purple
  26. Coneflower, Thin-leaved
  27. Coreopsis, Lance-leaved
  28. Cornflower, Perrenial
  29. Cup Plant
  30. Daisy, Lakeside 2006
    Daisy, Lakeside 2016
  31. Daisy, Ox-eye
  32. Dandelion
  33. Dandelion, Dwarf
  34. Everlasting, Pearly
  35. Everlasting, Sweet
  36. Fleabane, Common
  37. Fleabane, Hyssop-leaf
  38. Goatsbeard, Yellow
  39. Goldenrod, Elm-leaved
  40. Goldenrod, Grass-leaved Lake County 2009
    Goldenrod, Grass-leaved Muskegon Co. 2010
  41. Goldenrod, Houghton's Emmet County 2001
    Goldenrod, Houghton's Lenawee County 2007
  42. Goldenrod, Ohio
  43. Goldenrod, Rand's
  44. Goldenrod, Rough-stemmed
  45. Goldenrod, Showy
  46. Goldenrod, Stiff
  47. Goldenrod, Voss's August 12, 2011
    Goldenrod, Voss's August 25, 2011
  48. Goldenrod, Wreath
  49. Groovestem Indian Plantain
  50. Hawkweed, Orange
  51. Heartleaf Arnica
  52. Ironweed, Tall
  53. Jerusalem Artichoke
  54. Joe-Pye-weed, Spotted Midland County
    Joe-Pye-weed, Spotted Mackinac County
  55. Joe-Pye-weed, Sweet
  56. Knapweed, Brown
  57. Knapweed, Diffuse
  58. Knapweed, Spotted
  59. Lettuce, Tall White
  60. Mayapple
  61. Pearly Everlasting
  62. Pussy Toes, Plantain-leaved
  63. Quinine, Wild
  64. Ragwort, Balsam
  65. Ragwort, Golden
  66. Salsify,Yellow
  67. Slender Yellow-eyed Grass
  68. Smooth Oxeye
  69. Snakeroot, White
  70. Sneezeweed, Common
  71. Sneezeweed, Purple-headed
  72. Sow-thistle, Common
  73. Sow-thistle, Spiny-leaved
  74. Sunflower, Ashy (Downy Sunflower)
  75. Sunflower, Prairie
  76. Sunflower, Sawtooth
  77. Sunflower, Tall
  78. Sunflower, Thin-leaved
  79. Sunflower, Tickseed
  80. Sunflower, Woodland
  81. Tall Tickseed
  82. Tansy, Common
  83. Tansy, Huron
  84. Thistle, Canada
  85. Thistle, Hill's
  86. Thistle, Nodding
  87. Thistle, Pitcher's
  88. Thistle, Swamp
  89. Yarrow

Convolvulaceae

  1. Dodder
    Dodder on Longbract Frog Orchid Alger County, 2013

Cornaceae

  1. Bunchberry
  2. Dogwood, Flowering

Crassulaceae

  1. Goldmoss Stonecrop

Cruciferae

  1. Black Mustard
  2. Cress, Cow
  3. Cress, Lyre-leaved Rock
  4. Cress, Purple
  5. Cress, Spring
  6. Cress, Winter (Yellow Rocket)
  7. Dame's Rocket
  8. Hoary Alyssum
  9. Shepherd's Purse
  10. Toothwort, Broadleaf
  11. Toothwort, Cut-leaved
  12. Watercress

Cucurbitaceae

  1. Cucumber, Wild

Cyperaceae

  1. Cotton-grass, Tawny
  2. Sedge, Bulrush
  3. Sedge, Golden
  4. Sedge, Michaux's
  5. Sedge, Pennsylvania
  6. Sedge, Richardson's Washtenaw County
    Sedge, Richardson's Mackinac County

Dipsacaceae

  1. Teasel (Lavender)
  2. Teasel (White)

Droseraceae

  1. Sundew, Round-leaved
  2. Sundew, Spatulate-leaved

Ericaceae

  1. Bearberry
  2. Blueberry, Highbush
  3. Bog Rosemary
  4. Cranberry, Highbush
  5. Cranberry, Large
  6. Cranberry, Small
  7. Laurel, Bog or Pale
  8. Laurel, Sheep
  9. Labrador-tea
  10. Trailing Arbutus
  11. Wintergreen

Euphorbiaceae

  1. Spurge, Cypress
  2. Spurge, Flowering
  3. Spurge, Leafy

Gentianaceae

  1. American Columbo
  2. Buckbean
  3. Centaury
  4. Gentian, Closed
  5. Gentian, Fringe-tip Closed (Blue, 2005)
    Gentian, Fringe-tip Closed (White, 2006)
    Gentian, Fringe-tip Closed (Both colors, 2008)
  6. Gentian, Fringed
  7. Gentian, Narrow-leaved
  8. Gentian, Small Fringed Mackinac County, 2004
    Gentian, Small Fringed Oakland County, 2015
  9. Gentian, Small Fringed (White form) Oakland County, 2015
  10. Gentian, Spurred

Geraniaceae

  1. Cranesbill, Carolina
  2. Herb-Robert or Red Robin
  3. Redstem Stork's Bill
  4. Wild Geranium

Guttiferae

  1. St. Johnswort, Common
  2. St. Johnswort, Kalm's

Hamamelidaceae

  1. Witchhazel, American

Hydrocharitaceae

  1. Frog-Bit, European

Hydrophyllaceae

  1. Waterleaf, Appendaged

Iridaceae

  1. Blue-eyed Grass, Common
  2. Blue-eyed Grass, Narrow Leaf
  3. Blue-eyed Grass, White
  4. Blue Flag, Larger
  5. Blue Flag (Virginia Iris)
  6. Iris, Dwarf Lake
    Iris, Dwarf Lake (White Form) 2008
    Iris, Dwarf Lake (White Form) 2012

Juncaceae

  1. Baltic Rush
  2. Seaside Arrowgrass

Labiatae

  1. Basil
  2. Bergamot, Wild
  3. Calamint
  4. Catnip
  5. Dead-nettle, Purple
  6. False Dragonhead (Obediant Plant)
  7. Germander, Canada (Wood Sage)
  8. Heal-all
  9. Hedge-nettle, Hyssop-leaf
  10. Hedge-nettle, Rough
  11. Horsemint
  12. Ivy, Ground
  13. Motherwort
  14. Mountainmint, Whorled
  15. Nettle, Hemp
  16. Richweed
  17. Skullcap, Marsh
  18. Skullcap, Smaller
  19. Water-horehound, Cut-leaved

Lauraceae

  1. Sassafras
  2. Spicebush, Northern

Leguminosae

  1. Clover, Hop
  2. Clover, Purple Prairie
  3. Clover, Red
  4. Clover, White Prairie
  5. Groundnut
  6. Indigo, White Wild
  7. Leadplant
  8. Lupine, Garden
  9. Lupine, Wild 2002
    Lupine, Wild 2007
    Lupine, Wild 2016
  10. Pea, Beach
  11. Pea, Perennial
  12. Redbud
  13. Rue, Goat's-
  14. Trefoil, Birdfoot
  15. Trefoil, Pointed-leaved
  16. Trefoil, Showy Tick-
  17. Vetch, Carolina
  18. Vetch, Crown
  19. Vetch, Hairy

Lentibulariaceae

  1. Bladderwort, Flat-leaved
  2. Bladderwort, Horned
  3. Bladderwort, Humped
  4. Bladderwort, Purple
  5. Butterwort

Liliaceae

  1. Bellwort, Large-flowered
  2. Clintonia (Bluebead Lily)
  3. Cucumber-root, Indian Washtenaw Co., 2009
    Cucumber-root, Indian Berrien Co., 2010
  4. False Asphodel, Sticky
  5. False Solomon's-seal, Starry
  6. False Solomon's-seal, Three-leaved
  7. Garlic, Field
  8. Garlic, Wild
  9. Grape Hyacinth
  10. Lily, Dune
  11. Lily, Michigan
  12. Lily, Wood
  13. Lily-of-the-valley
  14. Lily-of-the-valley, Feathery False
  15. Onion, Nodding
  16. Solomon's Seal, Smooth
  17. Star-of-Bethlehem (Sleepydick)
    SPECIAL TRILLIUM ADDITION...
    Multiple forms of Trillium growing together
    in the same location, Alger County, May 2009
    1. Red Trillium
    2. Nodding Trillium
    3. Nodding Trillium Hybrids
    4. Red Trillium Hybrids (2)
    5. Large Flowered Trillium
  18. Trillium, Drooping Eaton County, 2008
    Trillium, Drooping Oakland County, 2016
  19. Trillium, Double Large-flowered
  20. Trillium, Large-flowered
    Trillium, Large-flowered (Green with Phytoplasma)
    Trillium (Seed Pods)
  21. Trillium, Large-flowered (Teratological)

    Comparison of T. flexipes, T. cernuum, T. erectum
    Drooping Trillium, Nodding Trillium, and Red Trillium

  22. Trillium, Nodding
  23. Trillium, Painted
  24. Trillium, Prairie
  25. Trillium, Red (or Purple)
  26. Trillium, Sessile (Sweet Betsy)
  27. Trillium, Sessile (Toadshade) 2006
    Trillium, Sessile (Toadshade) 2013
  28. Trillium, Sessile (Yellow)
  29. Trillium, Snow 2006 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium, Snow 2007 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium, Snow 2008 with Cybershot F828
    Trillium, Snow 2009 with Cybershot H9
    Trillium, Snow 2009 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2010 with Cybershot H9
    Trillium, Snow 2011 with Cybershot H50, HX1
    Trillium, Snow 2011 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2013 with Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2014 with PowerShot SX50 and Cybershot H50
    Trillium nivale 2015 with Cybershot H50 and Cybershot R1
    Trillium, Snow 2016 with PowerShot SX50 and Cybershot H50
    Trillium, Snow 2017 with Cybershot H50
  30. Trout Lily, White
  31. Trout Lily, Yellow
  32. Twisted-stalk, Rosy
  33. Wild Leek
  34. Wild Lily of the Valley or Canada Mayflower
  35. Yucca

Linaceae

  1. Flax, Stiff Yellow

Lythraceae

  1. Loosestrife, Purple

Magnoliaceae

  1. Tulip Poplar

Malvaceae

  1. Cheeses or Common Mallow
  2. Musk Mallow

Melastomataceae

  1. Meadow Beauty (Handsome Harry)

Nelumbonaceae

  1. American Lotus 9 images (12.3 megabytes)

Nymphaeaceae

  1. Fragrant Water-lily
  2. Pond-lily, Small Yellow
  3. Pond-lily, Yellow

Onagraceae

  1. Biennial Gaura (Biennial Beeblossom)
  2. Evening-primrose
  3. Evening-primrose, Cutleaf
  4. Evening-primrose, Narrow Leaf
  5. Fireweed
  6. Nightshade, Broadleaf Enchanter's
  7. Nightshade, Small Enchanter's
  8. Willow-herb, Hairy

Orchidaceae

  1. Adam and Eve (Puttyroot) 2009
    Adam and Eve (Puttyroot) 2012
  2. Adam and Eve (Puttyroot) Yellow Form
  3. Alaska Rein Orchis, Slender-spire Orchis 2009
    Alaska Rein Orchis, Slender-spire Orchis 2013
  4. Arethusa
  5. Calypso
  6. Coralroot, Fall (Chasmogamous)
  7. Coralroot, Fall (Cleistogamous)
  8. Coralroot, Early Emmet County, 2004
    Coralroot, Early Ogemaw County, 2009
    Coralroot, Early Alger County, 2013
  9. Coralroot, Spotted Washtenaw Co. (Late Flowering)
    Coralroot, Spotted Alger Co. (Late Flowering)
  10. Coralroot, Spotted Delta Co.
  11. Coralroot, Western Spotted Alger Co. (Early Flowering)
  12. Coralroot, Striped
  13. Coralroot, Yellow Early Spotted Mackinac County 2009
    Coralroot, Yellow Early Spotted Mackinac County 2014
  14. Grass Pink Crawford Co. 2003
    Grass Pink Schoolcraft Co. 2012
    Grass Pink Schoolcraft Co. 2013
    Grass Pink, White Form Schoolcraft Co. 2013
  15. Helleborine
    Helleborine, Albino
  16. Ladies'-Tresses, Case's
  17. Ladies'-Tresses, Hooded Mackinac Co. 2004
    Ladies'-Tresses, Hooded Mackinac Co. 2011
    Ladies'-Tresses, Hooded Presque Isle Co. 2011
  18. Ladies'-Tresses, Little
  19. Ladies'-Tresses, Nodding Mackinac County
    Ladies'-Tresses, Nodding Emmet County
  20. Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. gracilis) Chippewa Co.
    Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. gracilis) Alger Co.
  21. Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. lacera) Chippewa Co.
    Ladies'-Tresses, Northern Slender (var. lacera) Alger Co.
  22. Ladies'-Tresses, October
  23. Ladies'-Tresses, Prairie
  24. Ladies'-Tresses, Shining
  25. Ladies'-Tresses, Yellow Nodding
  26. Lady's Slipper, Andrews' Hybrid 2010
    Lady's Slipper, Andrews' Hybrid 2012
  27. Lady's Slipper, Faville's Hybrid
  28. Lady's Slipper, Pink Crawford County
    Lady's Slipper, Pink Keweenaw County
    Lady's Slipper, Pink Alger Co.
    Lady's Slipper, Pink (White) Keweenaw Co.
    Lady's Slipper, Pink (White) Alger Co.
    Lady's Slipper, Pink Ogemaw County
  29. Lady's Slipper, Ram's-head
    Lady's Slipper, Ram's-head (White Form)
  30. Lady's Slipper, Showy Ogemaw County
    Lady's Slipper, Showy Emmet County
    Lady's Slipper, Showy Schoolcraft County
  31. Lady's Slipper, Showy White Form, Presque Isle Co. 2012
  32. Lady's Slipper, Small White 2007
    Lady's Slipper, Small White 2008
    Lady's Slipper, Small White 2012
  33. Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. parviflorum) Saginaw Co. 2010
    Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. parviflorum) Washtenaw Co. 2014

    Special Edition...all four together in one location...
    Four Small Lady's Slippers, Oakland County, 2014
    Lady's Slipper, Andrews'
    Lady's Slipper, Faville's
    Lady's Slipper, Small White
    Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. parviflorum)

  34. Lady's Slipper, Yellow (var. pubescens)
  35. Orchis, Blunt-leaved Ogemaw Co. 2009
    Orchis, Blunt-leaved Mackinac Co. 2012
  36. Orchis, Brown Widelip (Lily-leaved Twayblade) 2009
    Orchis, Brown Widelip (Lily-leaved Twayblade) 2013
  37. Orchis, Cranefly
  38. Orchis, Greater Roundleaved Alger County 2011
    Orchis, Greater Roundleaved Alger County 2014
  39. Orchis, Green Adder's-mouth Ogemaw Co. 2009
    Orchis, Green Adder's-mouth Mackinac Co. 2013
  40. Orchis, White Adder's-mouth
  41. Orchis, Green Fringed Emmet Co. 2010
    Orchis, Green Fringed Muskegon Co. 2011
  42. Orchis, Hooker's Luce County 2003
    Orchis, Hooker's Alger County 2011
    Orchis, Hooker's Alger County 2012
    Orchis, Hooker's Alger County 2014
  43. Orchis, Lake Huron Green Alger County 2003
    Orchis, Lake Huron Green Mackinac County 2012
  44. Orchis, Lesser Roundleaved
  45. Orchis, Longbract Frog
    Orchid, Longbract Frog with Dodder
  46. Orchis, Northern Green
  47. Orchis, Palegreen
  48. Orchis, Prairie White Fringed Huron County 2014
    Orchis, Prairie White Fringed Washtenaw County 2009
  49. Orchis, Purple Fringed Emmet County 2003
    Orchis, Purple Fringed Cheboygan County 2012
  50. Orchis, Purple Fringed (White Form) Cheboygan County 2012
    Orchis, Purple Fringed (Hybrid Form) Cheboygan County 2012
  51. Orchis, Roundleaf 2012
    Orchis, Roundleaf 2013
  52. Orchis, Showy 2003
    Orchis, Showy 2009
    Orchis, Showy 2010
    Orchis, Showy 2011
    Orchis, Showy 2012
  53. Orchis, Small Woodland Kalamazoo Co., 2007
    Orchis, Small Woodland Washtenaw Co., 2009
  54. Orchis, White Bog
  55. Orchis, White Fringed
  56. Orchis, Yellow Fringed
  57. Orchis, Yellow Widelip Chippewa Co., 2009
    Orchis, Yellow Widelip Ogemaw Co., 2009
    Orchis, Yellow Widelip Washtenaw Co., 2013
  58. Pogonia, Large Whorled 2011
    Pogonia, Large Whorled 2012
  59. Pogonia, Nodding 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Pogonia, Nodding 2012 with Cybershot HX1
    Pogonia, Nodding 2013 with Cybershot H50
    Pogonia, Nodding 2013 with Cybershot HX1
  60. Pogonia, Rose
  61. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Checkered
  62. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Downy Ionia Co. 2007
    Rattlesnake-Plantain, Downy Washtenaw Co. 2012
  63. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Green-leaved
  64. Rattlesnake-Plantain, Lesser
    Threebirds Orchid 2012 with Cybershot H50
    Threebirds Orchid 2012 with Cybershot HX1
  65. Twayblade, Auricled
  66. Twayblade, Broadlipped 2011 Alger County
    Twayblade, Broadlipped 2012 Mackinac County
    Twayblade, Broadlipped 2014 Alger County
  67. Twayblade, Heartleaf Ogemaw County, 2009
    Twayblade, Heartleaf Alger County, 2013
    Twayblade, Lily-leaved (Orchis, Brown Widelip) 2009
    Twayblade, Lily-leaved (Orchis, Brown Widelip) 2013

Orobanchaceae

  1. Beechdrops
  2. Cancer Root, One-flowered
  3. Squawroot

Oxalidaceae

  1. Wood-sorrel, Yellow
  2. Wood-sorrel, Common

Papaveraceae

  1. Bloodroot
  2. Celandine
  3. Celandine-Poppy
  4. Dutchman's Breeches
  5. Rock Harlequin
  6. Squirrel Corn

Phytolaccaceae

  1. Pokeweed

Poaceae

  1. Bottlebrush Grass
  2. Old-field Panic Grass
  3. Prairie Dropseed

Polemoniaceae

  1. Downy Phlox 2001
    Downy Phlox 2009
  2. Jacob's-ladder
  3. Wild Blue Phlox

Polygalaceae

  1. Fringed Polygala
  2. Milkwort, Racemed
  3. Milkwort, Whorled
  4. Snakeroot, Seneca

Polygonaceae

  1. Coastal Jointweed
  2. Dock, Curled
  3. Smartweed, Water Livington Co. 2001
    Smartweed, Water Jackson Co. 2009
  4. Smartweed, Scarlet

Pontederiaceae

  1. Pickerelweed

Portulacaceae

  1. Spring-beauty
  2. Spring-beauty, Carolina

Primulaceae

  1. Bird's-eye Primrose
  2. Loosetrife, Fringed
  3. Loosestrife, Tufted
  4. Loosestrife, Whorled
  5. Loosestrife, Yellow
  6. Shooting Star
  7. Starflower

Pyrolaceae

  1. Giant Birds-nest or Pinedrops
  2. Indian Pipe
  3. Pipsissewa
  4. Pyrola, Green
  5. Pyrola, One-sided
  6. Pyrola, Pink
  7. Shinleaf
  8. Wintergreen, One-flowered Emmet County 2003
    Wintergreen, One-flowered Mackinac County 2014
  9. Wintergreen, Sidebells
  10. Wintergreen, Spotted

Ranunculaceae

  1. Anemone, Canada
  2. Anemone, False Rue
  3. Anemone, Rue
  4. Anemone, Wood
  5. Baneberry, Red
  6. Baneberry, White
  7. Buttercup, Common
  8. Buttercup, Early
  9. Buttercup, Kidneyleaf
  10. Buttercup, Swamp
  11. Buttercup, Yellow Water
  12. Celandine, Lesser
  13. Columbine, Garden
  14. Columbine, Wild
  15. Goldenseal Washtenaw Co. 2007
    Goldenseal Washtenaw Co. 2011
    Goldenseal Washtenaw Co. 2012
  16. Goldthread
  17. Hepatica, Round-lobed 2001 & 2003
    Hepatica, Round-lobed 2008
  18. Hepatica, Sharp-lobed 2002 & 2004
    Hepatica, Sharp-lobed 2008
  19. Marsh Marigold
  20. Red Windflower
  21. Rue, Purple Meadow
  22. Tall Thimbleweed
  23. Virgin's-bower 2001
    Virgin's-bower 2006

Rosaceae

  1. Agrimony
  2. Bride's Feathers (Goatsbeard)
  3. Cinquefoil, Canadian Dwarf
  4. Cinquefoil, Marsh
  5. Cinquefoil, Shrubby
  6. Cinquefoil, Three-toothed
  7. Dewberry, Bristly
  8. Meadowsweet
  9. Prairie Smoke
  10. Rose, Smooth
  11. Silverweed
  12. Steeplebush
  13. Thimbleberry

Rubiaceae

  1. Bedstraw, Fragrant
  2. Bedstraw, Marsh
  3. Bedstraw, Northern
  4. Bluet, Longleaf Summer
  5. Buttonbush
  6. Cleavers
  7. Partridgeberry

Santalaceae

  1. Toadflax, Bastard

Sarraceniaceae

  1. Pitcher Plant

Saururaceae

  1. Lizard's-tail (Water-dragon)

Saxifragaceae

  1. Grass-of-Parnassus
  2. Grass-of-Parnassus, Marsh
  3. Grass-of-Parnassus, Small
  4. Miterwort
  5. Miterwort, Naked
  6. Richardson's Alumroot
  7. Saxifrage, Swamp

Scrophulariaceae

  1. Beardtongue, Hairy
  2. Beardtongue, White
  3. Blue-eyed Mary Cass County 2004
    Blue-eyed Mary Eaton County 2008
  4. Blue-eyed Mary, Small Ontonagon County 2009
  5. Butter-and-eggs
  6. Cow-wheat
  7. Culver's Root
  8. Eyebright, Drug
  9. Foxglove, Mullein
  10. Foxglove, Yellow
  11. Gerardia, Purple
  12. Gerardia, Slender
  13. Gypsyweed, Common
  14. Indian Paintbrush, Scarlet
  15. Indian Paintbrush, Yellow Form
  16. Monkey-flower, Michigan
  17. Monkey-flower, Square-stemmed
  18. Mullein, Common
  19. Mullein, Moth
  20. Speedwell, Germander
  21. Speedwell, Spring
  22. Speedwell, Water
  23. Swamp Lousewort
  24. Toadflax, Canada
  25. Turtlehead
  26. Wood Betony

Solanaceae

  1. Ground-cherry, Clammy
  2. Nightshade, Bittersweet
  3. Horse-nettle

Sparganiaceae

  1. Branching Bur Reed

Thymelaeaceae

  1. Leatherwood, Eastern

Typhaceae

  1. Cattail, Common
  2. Cattail, Narrow-leaved

Umbelliferae

  1. Harbinger-of-spring
  2. Hemlock, Poison
  3. Longstyle Sweetroot
  4. Parsnip, Cow
  5. Parsnip, Wild
  6. Queen Anne's lace
  7. Water-hemlock

Urticaceae

  1. Woodnettle, Canadian

Valerianaceae

  1. Valerian, Cat's
  2. Valerian, Edible
  3. Valerian, Swamp

Verbenaceae

  1. Lopseed
  2. Vervain, Blue
  3. Vervain, Hoary

Violaceae

  1. Greenviolet, Eastern
  2. Violet, Birdfoot
  3. Violet, Canada
  4. Violet, Common Blue
  5. Violet, Dog
  6. Violet, Downy Yellow
  7. Violet, Marsh Blue
  8. Violet, Round-leaved Yellow
  9. Violet, Northern White
  10. Violet, Sweet White

Xyridaceae

  1. Slender Yellow-eyed Grass

Resources

  1. University of Michigan Herbarium
    An impressive, comprehensive and superior resource.
  2. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Freckmann Herbarium
    An impressive, comprehensive and superior resource.
  3. Michigan Natural Features Inventory
    Another superior resource as the MNFI... "Contributes to the conservation of biodiversity, especially rare and declining plants and animals and the diversity of ecosystems native to Michigan."
  4. U.S.D.A. Plants Database
    The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.
  5. PhytoImages is served from Southern Illinois University, in Carbondale, Illinois.
  6. Celebrating Wildflowers
    "Celebrating Wildflowers is dedicated to the enjoyment of the thousands of wildflowers growing on our national forests and grasslands, and to educating the public about the many values of native plants."
  7. Graham Owen Gallery Birds, Wildflowers, Insects, Landscapes -- a BEAUTIFUL collection of images.
  8. Botanica's ANNUALS & PERENNIALS
    ISBN 1-57145-648-1
  9. BWCA Wildflower Reports
    Grand Marais, Minnesota
    Very Interesting Wildflower Reports
  10. Chippewa Nature Center
    400 S. Badour Road
    Midland, Michigan
    517 631 0830
  11. Connecticut Botanical Society
    A comprehensive and superior website
  12. Discovering Lewis & Clark
    by Harry W. Fritz -- good for
    information on Thomas Nuttall
  13. Expert Secrets for Preserving Plants
    by Shawn Carlson, June 1999, Scientific American
  14. Favorite Wildflowers of the Great Lakes and Northeastern U.S.
    by Dick Schinkel and David Mohrhardt
    ISBN 1-882376-04-8
  15. Fernwood Botanical Garden & Nature Preserve
    A Wildflower Paradise located at
    13988 Range Line Road
    Niles, Michigan, 49120
    269 695 6491
  16. FLOWERS
    by Herbert S. Zim and Alexander C. Martin
    Golden Books
    ISBN 0-307-24054-1
  17. Gerald E. Eddy Geology Center
    Waterloo Recreation Area
    Washtenaw County, Michigan
    734 475 3170
  18. Great Lakes Hummer Net
  19. Allen Chartier's flowering plants from around the world.
  20. The History and Folklore of
    North American Wildflowers
    by Timothy Coffey
    ISBN 0-395-51593-9
  21. Loda Lake Wildflower Sanctuary
    Manistee National Forest
    Baldwin/White Cloud Ranger District
    650 North Michigan Avenue
    Baldwin, Michigan 49304
  22. Michigan Botanical Club
    The Native Plant Society for the State of Michigan
  23. Michigan Flora, Part I
    by Edward G. Voss, Ph.D.
    ISBN 87737-032-X
  24. Michigan Flora, Part II
    by Edward G. Voss, Ph.D.
    ISBN 87737-037-0
  25. Michigan Flora, Part III
    by Edward G. Voss, Ph.D.
    ISBN 87737-040-0
  26. Michigan Flora
    This website is a searchable database for the above three volumes.
  27. Michigan Nature Association
    A Non-profit Conservation Organization
  28. Michigan Wildflowers
    by Harry Lund
    ISBN 1-882376-56-0
  29. Michigan Wildflowers
    by Helen V. Smith
    ISBN 0-877-37019-2
  30. Missouri Flora Web Page A superior resource sorting the flowers by color.
  31. Montana Plant Life
    Superior Online Resource
  32. National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Wildflowers
    by William A. Niering
    ISBN 0-394-50432-1
  33. Newcomb's Wildflower Guide
    by Lawrence Newcomb
    ISBN 0-316-60442-9
    This guide is a SUPERIOR resource based on the number of flower parts.
  34. Parker Mill County Park
  35. Pere Marquette Rail-Trail
  36. Peterson Flash Guides
    by Roger Tory Peterson
    ISBN 0-395-82995-X
  37. Peterson Field Guides
    by Roger Tory Peterson
    ISBN 0-395-91172-9
  38. Seney National Wildlife Refuge
    Seney, MI 49883
  39. Warren Woods State Park
    A wildflower paradise in a climax forest
  40. Waterloo-Pinckney Recreation Area
  41. WEEDS
    by Alexander C. Martin
    Golden Books
    ISBN 0-307-24353-2
  42. Weeds of Nebraska And The Great Plains
    by Stubbendieck, Friisoe, & Bolick
    ISBN 0939870-00-4
  43. Wild Orchids of the Northeast: New England, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey
    by Paul Martin Brown
    ISBN 978-0-8130-3034-0
  44. Wildflower Association of Michigan

  45. USING NOAA CLIMATE DATA WITH DATA IN THIS WILDFLOWER WEB PAGE

    For example...

    To predict 2000's blooming dates, compare 2000's Climate Graph against the dates listed in our web site for the wildflower of interest blooming in the year 2000.

    To predict 2001's blooming dates, compare 2001's Climate Graph against the dates listed in our web site for the wildflower of interest blooming in the year 2001.

    And so on...

    To predict 2016's blooming dates, compare 2016's Climate Graph against the dates listed in our web site for the wildflower of interest blooming in the year 2016.

    Click on this NOAA LINK for the following ANNUAL climate data LINKS for Lansing, Michigan or other cities in Michigan.

    2000 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2001 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2002 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2003 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2004 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2005 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2006 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2007 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2008 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2009 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2010 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2011 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2012 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2013 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2014 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2015 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2016 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot
    2017 NOAA NWSFO KLAN Climate Plot


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