picturesovertime.com
In search of flowers in the Northeast

July 10, 2017

Colebrook, CT

A walk through a meadow:

Bedstraw

Blackeyed Susan

White clover

Butter and eggs (and ants)

Common cinquefoil

Queen Anne’s lace

Fringed loosestrife

Crown vetch

St. John’s wort

Yarrow

Yarrow closeup reveals tiny disk flowers, placing it in the Aster Family

Deptford pink

Yellow hop clover

Soapwort

Scientific names and families:

Bedstraw/Galium aparineMadder Family/Rubiaceae

Blackeyed Susan/Rudbeckia hirtaAster Family/Asteraceae

White Clover/Trifolium repensPea Family/Fabaceae

Butter and Eggs/Linaria vulgarisPlantain Family/Plantaginaceae

Common cinquefoil/Potentilla simplexRose Family/Rosaceae

Queen Anne’s Lace/Daucus carotaParsley Family/Apiaceae

Fringed Loosestrife/Lysimachia cilliataPrimrose Family/Primulaceae

Crown Vetch/Securigera varia Pea Family/Fabaceae

St. John’s Wort/Hypericum perforatumSt. John’s Wort Family/Hypericaceae

Yarrow/Achillea millefoliumAster Family/Asteraceae

Deptford Pink/Dianthus armeriaPink Family/Caryophyllaceae

Yellow Hop Clover/Trifolium campestrePea Family/Fabaceae

Soapwort/Saponaria officinalisPink Family/Caryophyllaceae

 

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSave

SaveSaveSaveSave

SaveSave