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Wild Lupine Old Maid's Bonnets Wild Pea Sun Dial
Yellow And Orange Flowers
Dutchman's Pipe Pipevine
Pointed Blueeyed Grass Eyebright Blue Star
Magenta To Pink Flowers
Pitcherplant Sidesaddle Flower Huntsman's Cup Indian Dipper
Moonshine Cottonweed Nonesopretty
Plant Garden Stonecrop Witches' Money
Struthiola Erecta Smooth Struthiola
Michauxia Campanuloides Rough-leav'd Michauxia

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Erica Cerinthoides Honeywort-flower'd Heath
Struthiola Erecta Smooth Struthiola
Michauxia Campanuloides Rough-leav'd Michauxia
Ipom&oeliga Coccinea Scarlet Ipom&oeliga
Disandra Prostrata Trailing Disandra
Buchnera Viscosa Clammy Buchnera
Lychnis Coronata Chinese Lychnis
Magenta To Pink Flowers
Yellow And Orange Flowers
White Or True Wood~sorrel Allelula


Baby's Breath. Large Purple-fringed Orchis. Smaller Purple-fringed Orchis. Hepatica (occasionally). Purple Marsh Clematis. English Violet. Wild Phlox. Catnip. Pennyroyal. Wild Thyme. Peppermint. Spear Mint. Wild Mint. Pasture Thistle. Pink Moccasin Flower. Showy Orchis. Rose Pogonia. Arethusa. Calopogon. Night-flowering Catchfly. Bouncing Bet. Purple-flowering Raspberry. Queen-of-the-Prairie. Wild Rose. Red Clover. Musk Mallow. Prince's Pine. Bog Wintergreen. Pink Azalea. White Azalea. Trailing Arbutus. Sabbatia. Fly-trap Dogbane. Four-leaved Milkweed. Field Bindweed. Wild Bergamot. Twin-flower. Joe-Pye Weed (slightly). Wild Spikenard (slightly). White-fringed Orchis. Ladies' Tresses. Lizard's Tail. Bladder Campion. White Water Lily. Laurel Magnolia. Squirrel Corn. White Sweet Clover. Wild Grape. Sweet White Violet. Canada Violet. Sweet-Cicely. Sweet Pepperbush. Pyrola. Shin-leaf. Wintergreen. Button-bush. Partridge Vine. Elder. Clammy Everlasting. Bellwort. Adders Tongue. Small Yellow Lady's Slipper. Spice-bush. Yellow Sweet Clover. Yellow Wood-sorrel. Evening Primrose. Horse-balm. Horned Bladderwort. Honeysuckles. Fragrant Goldenrod. Ground-nut. Pine Sap. Oswego Tea.


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